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  • Veg-friendly
    ( 3 reviews )
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San Bartolome 1, Plaza del Buen Pastor (at San Martin Kalea), San Sebastian, Spain, 1

Serves meat, vegan options available. Spanish tapas and western cuisine. Has a tofu-seitan burger, fries, onion rings, salads, vegan pate on cracker, and a few other items are vegan or can be made vegan by asking for it without cheese (sin queso) or without eggs (sin huevos). Burgers do not come dressed with condiments, so no need to worry about non-vegan mayonnaise. Ambience is lively, dogs and children are welcome, and even though it's not the most Spanish of Spanish restaurants, you definitely feel you're in Spain and not a burger joint in the US.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Beer/Wine, Spanish, Non-veg

Reviews (3)

First Review by Aurelia

Flavor wanted!! - Edit

The service is good and the decoration of the place is really nice! Unfortunately, the food lacks flavor. There are several options for vegans and the portions are quite big. It's a pity the food is quite insipid...

Pros: Several vegan options, Interesting decoration

Cons: Food lacks flavour, Kitchen service is not very fast

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Vegan-friendly in a very ham-oriented city! - Edit

We had our hearts set on tapas, but finding vegan tapas was, sadly, no easy feat. In fact, we never did find anything that was entirely animal-product free in that category (and even for vegetarians, the spanish tortilla--made with eggs--is the primary option). But thankfully, we stumbled upon Caravanserai. Located between the train station and the old town on a pedestrian walkway, this lively cafe offers vegans a few options that, while not uniquely Spanish, will fuel you for a day of sightseeing. We were intrigued by their vegan burger offerings, and ordered the seitan-tofu burgers with fries. They were good, but nothing special. There are salads on the menu, plus vegan pate and crackers. Some dishes can be veganized by asking to be made without the addition of eggs or cheese.

Pros: Welcoming, Dog-friendly, several vegan options

Cons: Not exclusively veg, Can get noisy, Vegan options aren't Spanish!

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