La Oveja Negra

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C/ Buenavista, 42, Lavapiés, Madrid, Spain, 28012

Formerly Bar Kunin. Vegan bar serving tapas and bar food including hot dogs, soya burgers, seitan fajitas, vegan cheese tostas, seitan, chorizo, and chocolate cake. Anarchist atmosphere. Kitchen starts around 8pm. Open Tue-Sat 1:30pm-12:00am, Wed-Fri 12:00am-12:00am, Sat-Sun 12:00am-1:30am, Sun 1:30pm-6:00pm. Closed August month.

Category: Vegan, Western, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out

Reviews (47)

First Review by lups85

Good Casual Food - Edit

The food I had was really nice but it's a pretty casual place (not necessarily a bad thing). It had a nice pub atmosphere and was pretty cheap too. Definitely give it a visit!

Pros: cheap , Tasty

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Incredibly cheap, great pub - Edit

La Oveja Negra is a great pub in the nice barrio of Lavapiés. The pub has a nice atmosphere, there are some interesting books that are worth having a look (especially if you understand Spanish) while you wait for the food, which is... great! Sandwiches are huge and tasty, and the chocolate cake is super (the carrot cake less so)! Super recommended! :--)

Pros: Incredibly cheap, Tasty food , Nice area

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Vegan for ethics - Edit

A tipical pub , always full of young people , good atmosphere. Simple food but tasty . Love the burgers and fries . A must to visit

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Tasty food - Edit

The food is quite simple, but it's tasty and really affordable.
Anarchist atmosphere, very popular with locals.
Would definitely go there again.

Pros: Yummy food, Good prices, Good selection

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nice, but... - Edit

It's a nice place to have some drinks and pick some food with friends. The food is kind of cheap but i found it not so elaborate or special.

Pros: place nice

Cons: food not elaborate

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Bastante bien - Edit

Situado en el barrio de Lavapiés, las chicas que lo llevan son muy majas. La comida está muy buena y a precios muy económicos. El lugar tiene una estética un poco descuidada, no estaría de más cuidarla un poco más.

Pros: comida muy buena , precios , personal

Cons: estética

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Amazing vegan spanish flavours experience - Edit

Cozy place in the nice neighborhood of Lavapies. You will find many locals. Usually I considered this a good indication that food is good and moreover it is a opportunity for you to get to know the traditional flavours of a region.

Prices and really cheap. For 20Eur you may ask for 5 different items. Portions are nice.

I enjoyed the ambience of this restaurant. Staff is kind and relaxed.

You'll have a great vegan experience here, for sure.

Pros: variety, vegan, traditional flavours

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Me encanta! I love it!!!!!! - Edit

Me encanta éste sitio.!!!!!jjj

Sitio perfecto para tomarte algo en plan informal , la comida es 100% vegana y la verdad es que suelen tener bastante variedad de cosas.
Comida casera y muy barata , pedimos 4 platos y 2 cervezas y pagamos poco más de 20€.
Los camarer@s muy amables , a veces van disfrazados : D

Pros: muy rico y barato

Cons: no se me ocurren , bueno quizá el sitio es chiquit

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Bien manger pour pas cher - Very cheap and delicious - Edit

Bar restaurant anarchiste dans un cadre accueillant et vivant. Sandwich au seitan, crêpes aux champignons, piadine de tofu fumé et wrap au houmous, tomates séchées et crudités sont entre 4 et 6 euros tout en étant de qualité.
Lectures et affiches un peu partout.

Pros: Prix, Bons plats

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Alternative atmosphere, budget fast food. - Edit

Very simple bar/restaurant offering tasty dishes, mostly based on the use of soy derivatives and seitan.
Good quality and very affordable prices.
Usually crouded.
Openly anti-system atmosphere and alternative decoration.

Pros: Price for quality, Informal atmosphere

Cons: A bit too essential

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Best tapas in Madrid - Edit

Nice cozy restaurant with great vegan tapas! The salsa picante and the vegan mayo are absolutely great!

Pros: Cheap

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A beautiful space of equality & integrity - Edit

100% vegan. Fantastic value home-cooked vegan food in a welcoming environment for all. This place gets very busy, especially in the evenings, so arrive by 8pm to get a table.

We were only in Madrid for a few days in April 2016, but visited 3 times, for lunch, dinner and just drinks (photos posted).

The set lunch (el menú del día ) was €8 which consisted of soup followed by a main course of a bean/vegetable burger. This included tea/coffee & beer/wine. We sat outside in the sun with our tea, after our meal. It was so good!

Our dinner was equally delicious, but something English & Americans need to be aware of, is the Spanish have their main meal at lunchtime (2ish), so dinners are burgers, sandwiches, salads etc.

We love this place and the atmosphere of equal rights for all. ♡

Don't come here if you are prejudice or homophobic.

Pros: 100% vegan, fresh food, equal rights haven with al

Cons: Closed Sunday evening & all day Monday.

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the food was awful - Edit

my food was frozen on the inside and the portions are really small and the price is high. the service is not good. for 5 euros you get a really small plate with 4 little "meatballs"!, they serve a lot of fake meat but there are not really healthy options, they cook with a lot of oil. is one of the worst vegan restaurants I have ever been. I recommend to go to one of the indian restaurants located nearby they have lots of vegan/ veggie options and are cheaper.
Updated from previous review on Sunday October 25, 2015

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My favourite restaurant in the whole world - Edit

I love "La Oveja Negra". I love its transfeminist atmosphere, its great and cheap food and the amazing people that work in the restaurant.

Pros: Dishes abundant and delicious, Special place, Lovely staff

Cons: The menu is not very long, Sometimes can be to crowded

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go here! great cheap food! - Edit

I was In Madrid for one week... I came here four times.

The food is delicious and cheap - the seitan sandwich and chickpea burger were especially good. I also had the alfajores and carrot cake - both yummy!

Pros: cheap, great sandwiches, cool anarchist aesthetic

Cons: kitchen randomly closes for food sometimes, staff could be more welcoming and seem to have an

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Some nice tasty burgers - Edit

I popped in here for a quick evening bite with some friends. I really liked the atmosphere and enjoyed the food. Mostly we all had burgers and I tried a couple and thought they were all really good. Nice prices too. Recommended for what it is - quick easy inexpensive food.

Pros: Inexpensive, Very tasty, Good atmosphere

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Siempre genial y barato - Edit

Restaurante vegano y feminista con platos baratos riquísimos y entre semana menú por 8€ con primero, segundo y yogur de soja/café.

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A must - Edit

Very creative menu, the prices are really popular and the taste and quantity more than good!

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I would go back - Edit

La Oveja Negra is located in a multicultural neighbourhood and offers a great alternative atmosphere. The food is fresh and prepared with love. I had the day's menu for 8€. Included was a salad as starter, lentil burgers as main dish, a vanilla soya dessert and a drink.

Cons: Nothing is organic.

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Totally worth visiting - Edit

Wonderful friendly place with nice people working there. We only had drinks but the menu looked promising. It is a vegan restaurant not because of heath but for animal rights. It was clear just walking through the door.

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La Oveja Negra - Edit

Closed when I went at 20.30. From the reviews it seems this place is never open. Maybe next time.

Pros: vegan

Cons: rarely open

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useless - Edit

Went yesterday at 7:45, on Happy Cow's recommendation that the food started at 8. We were told the kitchen wasn't opening till 9 because of a gig at the venue.

Came back today on Happy Cow's recommendation that it was open till 1AM on Sundays to find it had shut at 6PM.

Try other places first.

Pros: looked like it had a great menu

Cons: at no point could I have any of the food on the me

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the queer vegan place - Edit

I really love this place and its anarchist/queer atmosphere. They have a daily menu-del-dia which I've never tried because I work miles away from them, but their tapas and hamburgers are perfect anytime throughout the day, actually even the most stubborn omnivore will love the seitan chorizo here. Plus there are always cakes and/or muffins for a nice afternoon snack. The bad thing is opening hours on Sunday seem imprecise: I've been there twice on Sunday around 9pm and they were definitely close.

Pros: excellent food, affordable, dog-friendly

Cons: opening hours on Sunday imprecise

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Cheap and tasty food - Edit

I went a couple times there on a business trip on February and had a nice time there. It's cheap and even though the food it's average it is very tasty. The only think I didn't liked too much was the carrot cake, that was a bit overcooked.
By the way, I think it's a good place to take into account if you're in Madrid for several days and don't want to expend too much money.
I asked it they could prepare a meal to take away and they did it.

Pros: Cheap, Take away available if requested

Cons: No credit cards accepted.

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NEVER OPEN - Edit

We have tried to eat here several times in the last 12 months and turned up during the advertised opening hours and it's always been shut.

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Ok option if you are in the neighbourhood - Edit

This is not the place you would go to on your birthday. But if you are in Lavapiés and you want to go somewhere with an all vegan menu (isn't it nice to look at a menu and have several options!) it's a good one.

Pros: great location

Cons: fills up quickly, service is sometimes grumpy

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a Bar, with Bar Food - Edit

It is exactly as it is described: a vegan bar with anarchist atmosphere. Do not go expecting a restaurant or if you want to eat healthy. It's not like they serve junk food.. but it's a bar food. It seemed like most of the things were pre-prepaired and the rest was frozen. Staff was nice and the food was ok.

Pros: Cheap, Location

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