Daniela Bakery

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Consell De Cent, 378, Barcelona, Spain, 08009

This bakery offerings some vegan products daily and typically includes cupcakes, cookies, donuts, brownies. Has non-dairy ice cream. Wednesday is "vegan special day" which means that there are more products. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-8:00pm, Sun 11:00am-2:00pm, Sun 4:30pm-8:00pm.

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First Review by Petesternz

perfect - Edit

Excellent place with a lot of vegan options, meals and deserts were perfect and the price is really Ok, recommend it to everybody!


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Super bueno! Voy casi cada día - Edit

Me encanta el sitio.. está muy bien de decoración, la comida, el staff, los precios!
Voy casi cada día por la mañana para comer un rollito, sandwich, bagel y un café con leche de avena o un té.
También los brownies, donuts y cookies están buenos!
Tienen cada día también tupperware con spaghetti bolognesa vegana y spaghetti sin salsa y calabacín y tomates cherry.

Buen ambiente, música, deco. Todo muy bien, y dicen que tienen el plan de luego hacerlo 100% vegan, pero por lo que veo unos 80% es vegan de lo que hay.

Pros: buena comida, precio, ambiente


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Not bad - Edit

Cute set up. Coffee was alright and the vegan brownie I got was good but it had a bit of a baking soda after taste, which was weird.


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Moi, ce que j'aime, chez Daniela - Edit

Lovely dimly lit place perfectly located next to Girona metro stop. Enter to find a lot of vegan delights in the form of cookies, doughnuts, muffins, strudel, cupcakes, fruit loafs and brownies. If you want a sandwich, no problem. They have roast vegetables, tomato, hummus and avocado. Another one with tofu, hummus and guacamole. Something hot perhaps? Again, not a problem. There's a decent looking pasta bolognesa. This is a great stop off point to relax with a coffee and some vegan sweetness whilst surfing the wifi which is exactly what I did to add some pictures and write my review. I have become a fan of Daniela and would recommend the red velvet doughnut. Whilst not really a doughnut other than in shape it's more of a muffin in texture.

Pros: vegan choice, nice decor, friendly

Cons: some meat / tuna


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cosy coffee shop - Edit

This a lovely little coffee shop, perfect for a light lunch or cake. Soya milk is available for hot drinks and there were a lot of vegan options which were clearly labelled on the day we visited which was a Monday. The cake we had was light, fluffy and tasty. The guy who served us was friendly and helpful and we enjoyed chilling here on our last day whilst we watched the world go by and made use of the wifi.

Pros: good vegan choice

Cons: not 100% veggie


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Super cosy - Edit

Loved this place, absolutely lovely, not too busy, comfortable chairs and nice decoration. There was a big offer of vegan sweets, I had my breakfast there with a fresh squeezed orange juice and a vegan chocolate donut, delicious!
I will most certainly go back there for a nice, tranquil breakfast.

Pros: Variety, Quietness


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muy bueno!!! - Edit

Tanto de snacks salados como de dulces, habian variedad de oferta en productos veganos
He probado el pan de platano y espelta y estaba buenisimo

Pros: variedad, atencion

Cons: decoracion


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NOTHING SPECIAL - Edit

Bakery with few vegan options, the vegan cakes were good but very limited.
The decoration is a bit anodyne and the staff not very friendy.
Small tea selection
The price were moderate

Pros: good cakes

Cons: Few vegan options, unfrienty staff, poor decoration


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Less is more - Edit

artisan bakery, quiet, some vegan products, smoothies, cookies, popsicles .. less is more!


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Varied non-dairy water ices but that's it - Edit

We went there on wednesday in order to benefit from their special vegan day but we didn't find anything that was labelled vegan. We have to asked the waiter to indicate us what were the vegan ice creams but he has hesitated before showing us their homemade water ices.

In spite of that problem of labelling, they have a good number of vegan water ices: melon, peach, orange, raspberry, etc. They are tasty and not expensive (2 euros each). However, they are the only vegan thing that you can eat on that bakery.

Pros: non-dairy and homemade water ices, good choice, pleasant place

Cons: no other vegan options, vegan water ices not clearly indicated


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Hugely disappointing - not worth the trip - Edit

I'm certain the only reason this place is even listed is because they do clearly label the one or two things they sell (I did not go on a Wednesday) that are vegan. They had about 50 items, most of the sandwiches and such had meat, and there was one sad little cookie and one pathetic little donut that were labelled vegan. Not very impressive, to say the least.


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