15 Reviews

First Review by Kukiaries

Great value lunch - Edit

Visited Healthy Lovers with omni pals, got the lunch menu for 11 euros, 3 courses with coffee and an extensive choice. The main menu has Chinese/ Spanish and English so you can translate the Spanish only lunch menu. Really enjoyed the food. Main courses are mostly mock meat based, but all distinctly different and a fun change from what I normally find in UK Chinese restaurants. Liked it so much we went back again.

Pros: Wide choice of dishes, Good value, Central location

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great Chinese food options! - Edit

The menu of the day was great value and the options were plentiful!

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Delicious vegan Chinese food!! - Edit

One of my favorite vegan restaurants in Madrid. I always come for the menú del día (Lunch deal) which is a great value. They always have 4-5 options to choose from for 1st and 2nd courses (each) which is huge! The people here are super nice and welcoming and it is a lovely atmosphere. Lots of mock meat stuff going on and can be a bit greasy so it's not on the health end of veg restaurants (ironically considering the name) but it's delicious and satisfies all my Chinese food cravings!!

Pros: delicious, large portions, friendly staff, great a

Cons: I don't live closer

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Lots of choice, 100% vegan - Edit

The menu has English translations which are no worse than some I have seen in the UK in smaller establishments. Prices are reasonable - will include menu photo with prices. Service was okay, the man spoke limited English but we managed! Great choice of vegan 'meat', tofu and vegetable dishes.
We chose fried rice and fried noodles, both which were over-oily and needing some soy sauce I would say. Quite plain tasting. We also had the lemon 'chicken' which was tasty and crispy but trying to work out what the 'chicken' was made of was impossible because it all seemed to be batter with not much substance inside! Wouldn't be in a hurry to return to be honest.

Pros: all vegan menu, English menu, reasonable prices and cheap drinks

Cons: oily fried rice and noodles

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Delicious but pricey - Edit

I went to this restaurant twice and had the same meal over and over again. Two days have passed and I still can't stop thinking about those fried noodles with vegetables and vegan chicken.
The only thing I have to point out, as a person who is not neither fluent in Chinese and Spanish, is that the menu is poorly translated in English. They just use key words and not senteces.
It is clearly pricey.

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Tolles veganes chinesisches Essen - Edit

Preis-Leistungsverhältnis top. Mein Essen war sehr lecker und die Portion reichlich. Netter Service. Große Auswahl an veganen Gerichten.

Pros: viele vegane Optionen, günstig

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Rico, tranquilo y amables - Edit

De mi primera visita al local salgo muy contenta. Comida muy rica, cantidades que dejan muy satisfecha (2 personas pedimos un total de 2 principales y un postre, y así quedamos llenas). Un local tranquilo y con camareras amables. Una opción muy buena en una opción muy céntrica para ir "al chino" de toda la vida pero vegano y sano.

Pros: variedad de platos, sabor, localización

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Vegan chinese, EU decor - Edit

Beautiful place with original decoration.
Food experience depends much on the choice, that is not easy, as the menu is in Chinese with just a very tentaive translation into Spanish. Personnel can provide guidance. Some dishes are very good, some dishes give the impression of having just let a can.
The Pekin "Duck" (seitan in small wraps with fresh vegetables and hot sauce) is delicious and is worth the signature-dish price, also for the dedicated service.

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Do not go - Edit

Oily food, portions small, prices too big compared, cheap looking restaurant. If the waiter who knows a bit of english is not working when you go, you are out of luck. The menu is cheap looking, just some printed papers.
[edit by staff - see tos]

Cons: Oily food, Small portions and prices too big in comparison., Cheap looking

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buen chino para comer - Edit

Antes de ser Vegano era fan de la comida asiática y aquí he disfrutado como un crío. El "pollo" al limón es una pasada.
Todo muy rico.

Pros: grande , comida rica

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Tasty "healthy" and cheap asian - Edit

Great vegan restaurant in front of the Loving Hut with tasty and healthy food for a great price! Kind staff.

Pros: lots of options 100% vegan price

Cons: maybe in general they use a bit too much cooking o

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Excelent Chineese style vegan food - Edit

If you like Chineese style food but not very spicy and 100% vegan this is an excellent option in Madrid.
Not expensive and kind attention is also remarkable.


Updated from previous review on 2017-03-03

Pros: Healthy , Not expensive , Tasty

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Tofu galore - Edit

Chinese vegan restaurant where most of the dished are tofu based, which they sautéed and combine with tons of veggies and/or mushrooms. They use different varieties, mainly soft tofu and dougan. Also some starters are available a and few soups which looked terrific but we didn't ordered in the end, so I'll have to come back and give them a try. We had lunch on Sunday and unfortunately some of the dishes we wanted to try weren't unavailable because they got lot of customers on Saturday evening/night so they run out

Updated from previous review on 2017-02-27

Pros: unexpensive, good choice of dishes, nice helpfull staff

Cons: many dishes weren't available

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Bueno, bonito y barato :-) - Edit

Muy recomendable! Carta sencillita, pero muy rico todo, las camareras super atentas y el local muy bonito y acogedor.

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China 100% vegetal en Madrid - Edit

Este nuevo local, justo en frente del Loving Hut y no muy lejos del Shi-Shang, continua con el ritmo de restaurantes asiáticos veganos en la zona.
En la carta provisional de Healthy Lovers (solo llevan una semana) hay muchos tipos de verduras salteadas con tofu, tallarines (de momento solo de trigo, añadirán de arroz) empanadillas chinas caseras y salsas que ellos mismos hacen. Muy recomendable el salteado de setas con brocoli y coliflor.
Los platos son grandes y perfectamente pueden comer dos personas de ellos lo que además hacen que sea todavía más barato.
Las camareras han sido muy atentas y amables: seguro que llenan dentro de poco!

Pros: atención, porciones grandes

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