A Tulla

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Callejón de Entrerrúas, 1, Santiago De Compostela, Spain, 15705

Serves meat, vegan options available. Local cuisine in a touristy area of Spain. Since 1988. Vegan choices are marked and include such as pimientos de padron, vegetable pasta, piso de berenjenas (similar to ratatouille), brown rice with vegetables, soup, lentils with spinach, chard, and a few salads. Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Sun 1:00pm-4:00pm, Wed-Sat 8:30pm-11:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Spanish, Non-veg

12 Reviews

First Review by hj2014

Está bien - Edit

Tienen opciones vegetarianas y algunas veganas. Lo que pedí estaba rico, pero uno de los platos con sello vegano eran las fajitas, a las que les pusieron queso a parte para acompañar, algo que me parece de mal gusto. Repetiré, pero el personal no es amable.

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Muy bueno - Edit

Buen sitio para ir a comer con gente no vegetariana/vegana. Muy rico el plato que pedí y la gente muy cercana y amable

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great food! - Edit

Great hidden gem. In a quiet location, but fills quickly. Food was great and the hosts were lovely!

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Great veggie food at a unique location - Edit

Charming little restaurant in a backyard between two streets, accessible through a tiny alley. Outdoor terrace. Very friendly staff. A great discovery after walking the Camino de Santiago and suffering through the lack of veggie options on the way.

Pros: charming location, friendly staff

Cons: no pilgrim's menu in the evening?

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Buena comida y muy amables / Good vegan food, gentle people - Edit

El "menú vegetal" tiene varias opciones veganas. El camarero me explicó con claridad y muy amable qué platos eran veganos. Lentejas con espinacas suaves, muy buenas, y arroz integral con verduras muy sabroso, con pimentón picante, y buena proporción verdura/arroz. De postre me ofrecieron pastel de chocolate vegano que no estaba en el menú, así que ideal.

Vegetarian "menú vegetal" has vegan options. Waiter gently explained which dishes were vegan and which vegetarian. Lentil soup was very good. Brown rice with vegetables very tasty, spicy, and a good rice/veggies proportion. I even was offered vegan chocolate cake that wasn't in the menu, so perfect.

Pros: sabor, explicación precisa de cuáles platos eran veganos , precio

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Un lugar único. Tenéis que ir! - Edit

Calidad precio inmejorable. Menú para veganos y vegetarianos y el personal es lo máximo.

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Cute hideaway - Edit

This place was difficult to find as others have stated but very cute when found! I had a filling lentil dish that was a very large portion - 8 euro with a small coke. My friends had seafood which was more expensive and smaller portions. Only about 8 vegetarian/vegan options but that is much better than most restaurants in the city. Kitchen closes at 4:30. Very nice little spot right off of some busy streets. Bathrooms available.

Pros: Cute, Good options, Affordable

Cons: Hard to find, Kitchen closes early, Handwritten menu kind of hard to read

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Great food, friendly staff - Edit

The location is lovely, tucked down a little a side street. The waiter was very understanding and the menu presents a njce variety of healthy vegan options. We went with the tasty lentil soup to start followed by plates of rice and vegetables. Food is nice standard Galician food.

Pros: Friendly service, good menu price, tasty food

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Como en casa - Edit

el lugar no es muy bonito pero atienden con mucho cariño. La comida vegetariana tiene ese sabor de hogar, sencilla pero gustosa.

Pros: buena atención, económico

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Great location, delicious food - Edit

I knew about this place before I arrived in Santiago thanks to Happy Cow, and after a week of compromising my diet in wayside places while walking the Camino, it was such a relief to find this place on my first night in town, to have a proper meal and celebrate the achievement of getting here. The location is brilliant, though you'll need the street map to find it as it's between two main shopping streets and looks like a dead end alley from either end. It's worth the hunt, as it's quieter here than the main drag, and blissfully cool because of the high walls either side. Host was absolutely delightful, and when I was struggling with the Spanish/Galego menu brought out an English translation to help me! I had a delicious ratatouille, and the best tiramisu I've ever tasted in my life. I even got to try the famed local oruja (firecracker strong brandy) in my coffee at the end of the night, and 2 courses + wine + coffee came to less than 15 Euros. Fantastic stuff! I'd have gone back in my few days there but he was shut the next evening (Sunday) so I never got the chance.

Pros: Wide choice of veggie/vegan options, Quiet location, Warm welcome

Cons: Could be hard to find without a map, Small, get there early to ensure a table

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incredible food, loving atmosphere - Edit

We found this place thanks to happy cow!! Thanks to the previous reviewer for the advice. The main alleyways are lined with seafood restaurants with very few choices. This place has a half dozen vegan adjustable options and we tried gazpacho, eggplant and zucchini with rice (rice nothing special), and lentil soup (heaven). All were delicious.

Pros: antonio (toto) has very good English, family owned and operated , remote from Main Street so ore quiet

Cons: not listed in google maps so need to navigate from, remote so not as much music here

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A great option for vegans in Santiago - Edit

We stumbled upon this restaurant whilst walking through a small alley. We took a look at the menu and saw several items marked 'V', and after checking with the manager, discovered they were vegan. This is quite surprising in this type of restaurant (full of locals and not too touristy) and the manager was fully aware of veganism. There were 8 or 9 options that could be had as'raciones' (for two to share or as a main) and some tapas (slightly smaller but still generous). Really good home cooking, we had the pisto with rice, pimientos de padron, and lentejas (lentils) cooked in the Gallego style.
Prices were good for the size of the portions - between 3.50-8.00 euros. Highly recommended.

Pros: Vegan items lablelled, Outdoor seating, Helpful and knowledgeable staff

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