La Licata

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 9 reviews )

Via dei Serpenti, 165, Rome, Italy

Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafeteria offering multiple vegan dishes as well as vegan breakfast with croissants and cappuccino. Open Mon-Fri 5:00am-10:00pm, Sat 5:00am-12:00am, Sun 12:00am-12:00am.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Italian, Buffet, Salad bar, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

Reviews (9)

First Review by RebeccaMorgan

Vegan breakfast - Edit

Vegan breakfast includes a croissant (range of vegan croissants - plain, nut, chocolate almond, chocolate coconut and various fruit jam options were on offer, these change daily), coffee/tea and fresh juice for €9, vegan muffins are also available. Vegan salad options available at lunchtime. Soy, oat & almond milk available. Staff speak English well and were really attentive, cafe is a stones throw from the Colosseum. We ended up having breakfast here every morning of our trip! :)

Pros: Easy, delicious and reasonably priced breakfast op

Cons: Limited choice for vegans but what was on offer ta

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Delicious vegan croissants - Edit

We went here just to check the place out, around lunchtime. They had a lunch salad bar, where you could build your own salad. There were plenty vegan options. The staff was friendly, knew exactly what vegans eat (and don't eat).

We had two vegan chocolate croissants to go, they cost about €1.80 each.

Pros: Friendly staff, Vegan salad options, Delicious croissants

Cons: Not many seats, we had our croissants to go

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Limited choice - Edit

This bar is conveniently located within reach from the Colosseum, but when we went there there were just some veggies and rice as a vegan option from their buffet. Staff are friendly but the lack of choices is a real turndown. They have good options for breakfast though, with some really mouthwatering croissants and non dairy milk for your cappuccino.

Pros: mouthwatering croissants , good options for breakfast, friendly staff

Cons: very limited vegan choices for lunch

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Vegan breakfast - Edit

I went early in the day and got the vegan breakfast, which includes a soy cappuccino, fresh orange juice, and your choice of croissant from their selection of vegan croissants. Staff spoke English well and was very helpful. There's enough seating inside to find a spot to sit.

Within walking distance of the Colosseum

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-19

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Small but yummy selection for vegans - Edit

La Licata is relatively close to the Colosseum area, so nice for a quick lunch while sightseeing. We had two plates of buffet style grilled vegetables/rice which was quite nice, as well as a delicious chocolate croissant. They also have a large selection of alcoholic drinks if you want to have some fun.

Food prices are pretty reasonable, drinks are quite pricey. Atmosphere and staff are great!

Pros: Chocolate croissant!, Good prices, Friendly staff

Cons: Small selection, Expensive drinks

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cafeteria style plate food, fun and lively atmosphere - Edit

Yummy food! There's a case of salads and veggies most of which are vegan or vegetarian. Apparently they do a vegan breakfast which we will definitely come back for. Staff was friendly and helpful. Awesome spot for lunch and a beer.

Pros: rosemary potatoes , breaded eggplant

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Lovely Locals Bar - Edit

This place not only has vegan croissants available, but they have a few salads for Vegan's to choose from also.
I'd definitely recommend going there.
Great friendly busy locals bar!!

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Good healthy food - Edit

We went to La Licata for lunch. The server explained how it worked, we choose what we wanted on our plate and paid by weight. They had several vegetables options that were tasty - breaded eggplant, spinach, rice, zucchini, etc. It was a yummy retreat from all the pasta and pizza in Italy. They also have vegan coffees and pastries for breakfast. The only problem is that it was very busy and they had one waiter. It took us several minutes to get his attention to get our check. Located a short walk from the Colosseum.

Pros: Location

Cons: Service

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delicious soy cappuccino - Edit

Serves vegan breakfast in the morning

Enjoyed a cappuccino in the afternoon

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