4 Reviews

First Review by louis

Excellent options - Edit

A fantastic health food shop in Venice with some great vegan options. for example - mozzarisella cheese, vegan ravioli etc. Venice doesn't have many vegan options but this shop stocks a good range of products.

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vegan products - Edit

We had some difficulty in finding the store (use the map on their website instead), so we arrived a little before closing. They didn't try to rush us out or anything even though it was clearly past closing time by the time we paid. We found some pates, vegan mozzarella, marinated tofu and more to supplement the breakfast at our hotel. Definitely stop by to gather some staples as eating out is more expensive and less vegan friendly than the rest of Italy. The store overall appeared to have a good selection of vegan products for locals in all departments.

Pros: lots of vegan options, nice staff

Cons: sells meat, dairy and eggs

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ready to eat refrigerated food, veggies - Edit

Nice organic supermarket stocked also with many of the local italian organic products. There is a refrigerator shelf with pre cooked foods like rice and lentil dishes or tofu and seitan burger patties, spicy rice balls and the like. I ate it outside cold with a spoon I brought and a knife to open the plastic. Very yummy. They also have wine, beer, pickled veggies in glasses (also travel friendly to eat without rinsing and heating), sweets and chips. Dogs can come inside.

Pros: local, real, non touristic

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La Serenissima, Soliani Marisa, San Marco 823 - Edit

A small, yet reasonably well stocked health food store at Calle de Fabbri, very close to the Rialto and St Mark's Square. No obvious signage bearing name, so look out for the number above the door and window frames. A variety of vegatarian and vegan products available, on shelves and in chiller, e.g mini tofu weiners, soya milk, yoghurts and pate, snacks and chocolate as well as organic fresh fruit and veg, juices, water, breads and crispbreads and toiletries. You can get most basics you might need and this place is particularly handy as it's hard to get these items in Venice. Not much English spoken when I visited but staff were pleasant.

Pros: very central location, rare in Venice

Cons: may be closed sundays

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