• Casimira Cosas de picar

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has five dishes clearly noted as vegetarian on their menu, most of which are vegan or can be adapted on request. Focus is on fresh ingredients and to giving equal space to vegetables and salad. Offers dishes such as parrillada de verduras (an assortment of grilled / BBQ'd vegetables) and giant sized tomatoes sliced with fresh onions. Open Mon-Sat 08:00-23:30, Sun 12:00-23:30.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Vickoz


Points +59

16 Jun 2022

Delicious tomato salad

This isn't any old tomato salad. This is ripe Cantabrian tomatoes with local onions (that have very thin layers) dressed with olive oil and vinegar.

Very tasty.

I think a tomato and avocado salad was also available.

Excellent service.

Pros: Tasty tomato salad, Excellent service from waiting staff

Cons: Only a couple of vegan options



Points +127

21 Aug 2021

No vegan options

If you are vegan don't go there, they have nothing to eat for vegan people - only regular vegetarian tortillas like everywhere in Spain.

Updated from previous review on 2021-08-21


Points +44

16 Aug 2021

Me encanta este sitio

Suelo venir mucho con mi familia (quienes no son veganos) y les encanta, la tortilla pra quienes sean vegetarianos es increible y las verduras de muy buena calidad.

Pros: Verdura MUY BUENA CALIDAD, Pan caliente

Cons: Pocas opciones


Points +334

16 Jun 2019


One of the strangest experiences. Comfortable, charming and stylish restaurant, I was assured my vegan status was acceptable, shown to a table and given the menu. A few salad options marked with the green V, a bit pricey but the atmosphere was pleasant and I had already tried 2 other places. So I ordered, just for me, a tomato and avocado salad for my first course and the grilled vegetables for my second. I also ordered a bottle of water. He asked if I wanted a litre or a half. I said, it’s just for me, the half please! Ha ha! And then, with a flourish, my salad, bread and water arrived. He tipped the water dramatically into the glass and left me staring at an enormous salad clearly designed to be shared at a table of four. It was huge. Those giant delicious Spanish tomatoes decorated with large chunks of avo. It was arranged perfectly but clearly too much for me. When he returned I suggested I would not need the next course. Do you think he might have mentioned it was not really suitable for a solo diner? I then took as long as decently possible to wade through it, together with superb dressing and warm bread. I was full with one slice of tomato left. The waiter studiously ignored me. Eventually I asked for an espresso, desiring to add just one more flavour to my meal of the day. And then he ignored me some more. So I went up to pay at the counter. Admittedly I do look like a foreign pilgrim and I was by myself. But he was unaccountably unhelpful to the point of rudeness. I’d avoid this place if you can.

Pros: Tasty tomato , Good olive oil

Cons: Rude, Expensive , Unhelpful

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