Baobab

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 12 reviews )
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Calle Arzobispo Apaolaza, 10, Aragon, Zaragoza, Spain, 50009

Moved to new location as reported to HappyCow December 2010. This restaurant is now in a bigger place on the same street - 10 Arzobispo Apaolaza, previously number 2. Mon-Fri lunch menu costs €13.8 as of Jul 2017. Open Mon 9:00am-4:30pm, Tue-Sat 9:00am-12:00am, Sun 9:00am-4:30pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo

12 Reviews

First Review by solarkismet

Great place! - Edit

I have been here many times, many seasons, and it is always great. They seem to have a knack for soups especially, the french onion in particular, but mostly everything else I've had here has been great.
I'm not sure why many people are saying it is expensive, for a mid-week, lunch time menu you can get a delicious 3 course meal, bread and drink for around €13 which is pretty cheap in my opinion. Perhaps the separate dishes are a little pricier, so go for the menu if you visit mid week!
Love this place, and will be back!

Pros: Food, Price, Environment and surroundings

Cons: Had one rude waiter once, but only once!

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very fancy - Edit

It is a very nice place, great for eating delicious food, but a bit pricy. Still worth it.

Pros: everything is vegetarian and with fancy presentati

Cons: Bit pricy

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Probably best vegan/vegetarian restaurant I've ever been - Edit

So tasty, so many options. Delicious and filling weekday set menu for €13.8 including starter, main, dessert and drink.

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super great. - Edit

next to university campus, probably it's not the place you'll imagine for a vegetarian restaurant. super fancy and maybe a bit pricey, but honestly, it's 100% worthy.
food is absolutely delicious and service is lovely.
great place to celebrate with friends or family.

just be sure to book a table in advance because it's always full house!

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Fancy veggie place - Edit

This restaurant will surprise you cos it's very fancy (not usual with veggie places) but full of people of all ages eating green! The menu is excellent but a bit pricy, which is not bad, giving greens a posh touch! The staff was friendly and very nice!
Tables are a bit close to each other though and we had a very disturbing light that made us joke the entire meal cos it looked like we were in an interrogation room!
But overall it's a great place and food couldn't be better!!

Pros: Good food, Many vegan options , Nice staff

Cons: Pricy, No terrace

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Not to be missed! - Edit

The food was excellent, the staff is very friendly and the restaurant is modern and very spacious. Of all the restaurants in Zaragoza it is the best! If you are planning to have dinner in the evening, be there at 21:00 sharp, because it was already busy when we arrived at 21:10 on a Friday evening. Watch carefully when you are looking for this restaurant: the entrance to the restaurant looks like an office building door, until you see the name of the restaurant and the menu on the glass wall next to the door.

Pros: Delicous food, Original dishes, Very friendly staff

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Modern vegetarian - Edit

This is a large and modern restaurant with dozen of tables. Menu with numerous options, most of them vegan and marked with "V" or for celiacs "C". Moderate price or inexpensive if you select a "light" menu. Quality of products.

Pros: Varied menu, Modern ambience

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Go Eat Something Fab - At Baobab - Edit

This restaurant fully deserves all the great reviews it gets. We ate there twice over a 3 day stay - the really good value lunch menu and the slightly more expensive evening menu. Food was consistantly delicious and a real treat for a veggie restaurant in Spain, or anywhere for that matter. Service was really friendly and efficient. The restaurant is fairly large and seemed very popular. Definitely recommended - you'll be glad you went!

Very close to the Plaza San Francisco tram stop.

Pros: Delicious Food, Weekly rotating set lunch menu, Great Service

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Lovely - Edit

This vegetarian restaurant offers a very good experience. A range of vegan (and gluten free) options are clearly marked and tasty. We had a big salad with lots of fresh ingredients, delicious almond soup and a seitan grill with mushrooms done to perfection. We went back again and had another lovely meal, although they did put a hard-boiled egg in the salmorejo soup despite it being marked vegan and us saying that we are vegan. Also no vegan desserts marked. But in general good.

Pros: Fresh, Tasty, Vegan options clearly marked

Cons: A little pricey, Not 100% vegan

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Now, a different place, a diferent style - Edit

This restaurant is now in a new location, at number 10 of the same street (before at number 2), so there are some changes: it opens daily for both lunch and dinner, the place is bigger and more formal but beautiful as well, you can not reserve in advance (so it's better if you go early because it's always full), dishes are also more expensive, the menu changes depending on the season and has vegan and gluten free marks (there are still some dishes from the previous menu but also more different ones). Lunch menu at weekdays for 15 euros is a very good value (good quantity and preparation; it includes some options of the general menu). Organic wine and beer available.

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Baobab for the win - Edit

After living in Spain for three months, I rarely eat out. Spanish food is ok, but not very accommodating to the vegetarian eater.

A friend told me about Baobab so we agreed to have lunch this afternoon at this quaint little restaurant near the university. It was arguably the best meal I've had here. The menus are fixed with three courses. For the starter, I had lentils with curry and it was excellent. The main course was quiche with a black olive sauce (the name is similar in Spanish, olivados I believe) and it was also fantastic. The dessert...wow. Carmelized bananas resting in a pool of chocolate. I smiled at my friend for treating me to such a great place, all three courses just 11.25 euros. Not too shabby at all. Totally worth it. I plan to return, again and again. Do note, however, that it is a place to have a full meal, not just tapas or any other small bite. The staff was really friendly, too.

Pros: excellent food, friendly staff, decent prices

Cons: large portion may exceed your appetite

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my favorite restaurant in the world (seriously) - Edit

Spain is a difficult place to be a vegetarian and not know the language. They have trouble putting together a decent salad. But we chanced across Baobab while walking to the Zaragoza Convention Center (what luck).

Vegetarian Spain Trip review

Pros: creative, delicious, fun

Cons: smokey late (arrive early)

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