7 Reviews

First Review by Christine702

Yummy - Edit

Had a delicious raw strawberry and banana vegan tart, was between €4-5 so quite expensive but nice :)

Pros: Nice atmosphere, Good variety, Yummy cakes

Cons: Not the cheapest

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Muy bueno - Edit

Un restaurante muy acogedor, yo fui al de al lado de gran via, y genial. Los productos veganos ya vienen anotados en la carta y aparte tienen más variedad en la vitrina. Gran variedad de tés e infusiones.

Pros: Tartas muy ricas

Cons: Carete

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Nice cupcakes - Edit

As the name indicates, Celicioso dedicates itself to gluten-free pastry and cakes.
Therefore, veganism is not their primary concern. However, they offer vegan cupcakes that are delicious.

The shop is also kind of popular, as they have a friendly recommendation letter of Novak Djokovic in the window and made a birthday cake for Fernando Torres.

Pros: great cupcakes

Cons: only few choices for vegans

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Only 2 vegan options! - Edit

It is nice that a mainstream bakery thinks about vegans, but why only two options are available? They serves a raspberry chocolate cake/cupcake or a regular chocolate cake/cupcake. However if you are looking for a café in the center of Madrid to have something with your non-veg friends, that is the place. As a negative, I have to say that the staff is very slow and unpleasant.

Pros: vegan options, cheap

Cons: please more vegan cakes!, the stafd

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tendaystogo 03 Jul 2017 - I went last week, they had a vegan choc cake, a vegan black velvet tart, a banana and strawberry raw cake and some cupcakes too? So maybe it's changed since you went?  


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delicioso - Edit

Great bar to take veggie cupcakes with tea or coffee.
At breakfast there is a "menu del dia" .

Pros: vegan items labeled, awesome cupcakes

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Spoil yourself with a vegan cup cake - Edit

Perfect place to spoil yourself every once in a while because the vegan cup cakes are really excellent... but a bit pricey (almost 3,00€ each). If you want to have them on their café, consider getting there off peak-hours (from 6pm on weekdays, apparently anytime throughout the weekend), because it's always packed and a bit noisy since it's very popular among families with gluten-intolerant children.

Pros: delicious cup cakes

Cons: not cheap, café always packed & noisy

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Great cupcakes! - Edit

The vegan items on the menu are labeled clearly and they have a decent about of options. I got the chocolate cake with raspberry jam and it was delicious! You can tell it's a gluten free/vegan cake by the taste, which didn't matter to me but just wanted to put it out there for reference.

Pros: vegan items labeled

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