La Raposa del Poble Sec

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 14 reviews )
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Tapioles 47, Barcelona, Spain, 08004

Vegan bar and feminist bookstore managed as a cooperative. Serves food from 1-4pm and 8-11pm. Hosts various workshops and artistic events. Open Mon-Tue 12:00pm-11:30pm, Thu 12:00pm-11:30pm, Fri-Sat 12:00pm-2:00am, Sun 12:00pm-7:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Mediterranean, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Spanish

14 Reviews

First Review by lmz

Mixed feelings - Edit

The place is vegan in a location where not a lot of options exist. The food is good, I had a burger, and the people do open up a little when you try to speak Spanish. However, they were not very friendly, and the “tourist go home sticker” on the door made me feel unwelcome, and I am not even a tourist!

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Amazing place! - Edit

Excellent food and a feminist environment.

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A place with conscience - Edit

If you’re looking for a cozy restaurant, this is not your place. This place is vegan for the animals (the way it should be) and a feminist space. Those who say staff is unfriendly is probably because they were expecting other kind of service. They act like normal people. Not like restaurant waitresses. Food is tasty, staff friendly and price very affordable. I totally recommend it.

Pros: Tasty food, Conscience above health, Price

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went many times - Edit

it was really cheap, the food was quite tasty and the people there were always very nice to me and my friends!

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Tasty food - Edit

This place is a bit out of the way but the food is good. We had a coconut and lentil soup to start and then a rissoto.

Not much English spoken but staff are helpful.

Cheap for what it is.

Probably wouldn't go again, simply because there wasn't much choice and menu was in Spanish.

Pros: Food was tasty and cheap.

Cons: A bit difficult to find

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Good juice, small burger - Edit

This place is a small collective that happens to have a vegan menu. The options aren't many and the portions are small, but they are fairly fast. It doesn't taste of much, except the juice which is fresh and uplifting.

Pros: Fast preparation, good patatas, nice juice

Cons: Small portions and the food doesn't taste much

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This place should not be on Happy Cow. - Edit

Happy Cow is an international app helping travelling vegans to find places to visit. This place is very clear that it is for locals only - no feminist literature was in English. While it's great that this place offers a wide selection of feminist books, it is not welcoming to foreigners and actually had 'tourism kills the city' sticker right in front - not coincidentally in English. This seemed xenophobic, one step away from 'immigrants ruin the city' - rather more nazi than feminazi. No matter what the owner will reply to this comment - I believe their attitude clashes with the integrity of this app. (Also, just fyi, it's much worse when no one wants to visit your city).

Pros: Feminist books for locals

Cons: Xenophobic

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Worthy of support! - Edit

La Raposa is a simple furnished bar with little decor in the entrance area but some nice art in the back where is also plenty of space to sit. There are many books about feminism in the middle part, but everything in Spanish.
No English menu, but helpful staff that provides you with all informations you need.
I had a burger, bravas and a juice. All very tasty, great bravas with great sauces (including vegan mayo), pretty good burger as well - could have been a bit more juice.
Fair portions for the price. Although many customers would order beverages only, the food is prepared with care.
La Raposa is located a bit off downtown, but still within easy reach.
LGBT-friendly space. Would visit again.

Pros: good food, fair portions, fair prices

Cons: limited menu, some decoration would be nice, good service seems to be reserved for patrons

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Original! - Edit

Must say, the burgers🍔 is on my top 10! Nr 🥇! So delicious and the fries... 🍟🍟 If I could would have this every day!

Pros: All vegan

Cons: $

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Amazing - Edit

I visited on a trip to Barcelona and loved it so much I came back with friends. The atmosphere is lovely, the staff were very friendly and helpful and the food was the best I had all week. The menu is small, but the food is all freshly prepared and delicious. The portions were big too

Pros: Great taste, Fantastic venue, Friendly staff

Cons: Small menu, Dessert average

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Not recommended - Edit

Unfriendly owners.

Pros: none

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Had higher hopes... - Edit

Visited this little place especially on a day trip to Barca. Menu was extremely limited, apparently as it was Bank Holiday Monday. Prior notice of such a massively restricted menu would have been helpful, maybe within the restaurant description on the website?
The lady who served us was very apologetic about the limited menu and initially very amicable.
We shared houmous and guacamole with breadsticks, lentils, and patatas (one of each menu item that was on offer).
Houmous was lovely, guac was good but not delicious, other food was ok but could have been more flavoursome. Garlic mayo type dip with the patatas was gorgeous.
There was a group of customers near the bar who appeared to know the owner/staff very well and were talking and interacting a lot with them, this was very noticeable and could have verged on a little intimidating upon entry.
We sat out the back, nobody came to check on anything/ask how it was/check drinks at all after delivering our food.

Pros: Very nice houmous, Potentially cute venue, Pretty cheap

Cons: Lack of food choice, Lack of atmosphere, Staff not very attentive

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great little place - Edit

I really liked the food - the choice is not too big but everything is super tasty. There is also an outdoor sitting. If you get there, try vegan cheesecake. It's exceptional, and I know what I am talking about - because I'm super picky when it comes to cheesecakes 😁

Pros: tasty, vegan and cheap

Cons: no cons

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wonderful food and space - Edit

We headed here first during our visit to Barcelona since it was closest to where we are staying. We tried many things on the menu - potatoes, gazpacho, risotto and a burger. We pretty much licked all our plates clean -- everything was delicious!

The wall art was also beautiful and inspiring. I could only guess about the books since I am monolingual but they looked wonderful too. Love their stand for social justice.

Pros: delicious food, everything

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