Loving Hut - Madrid

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 79 reviews )

Calle de los Reyes, 11 (at Plaza de España), Madrid, Spain, 28015

Cocina natural vegana. Part of international chain of vegan food restaurants opened by followers of Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Each location is individual family owned and operated. Offers a menu of the day - ask for it. Open Tue-Sun 1:30pm-4:30pm, Tue-Sat 8:30pm-12:00am.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, Western, Asian

Reviews (79)

First Review by JohanHWB

Awesome !!! - Edit

This is an awesome place. The first vegan restaurant in Madrid with good standards. Great price-quality. The place is spacious, clean and minimalistic. They serve very original dishes. Friendly service. Fast enough.

Pros: good price, originality and good food dishes, clean and friendly

Cons: the bathroom !

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comida buena. - Edit

La comida está rica, y la atención muy correcta.

Pros: variedad en la carta

Cons: decoración.

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Good food, okay experience - Edit

Had the menu del dia at a Sunday lunch. A soup, main course and dessert. Paid 13€ and was still feeling hungry when i walked out the door.
Staff is very friendly and are very willing to describe and recommend you dishes, and food tastes great but I'm sorry to say, as with most veggie restaurants in Spain, service is somewhat poor. I did like the decor and atmosphere of the place; it would be a nice place for a date - if you like to eat tasty yet small portions.

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-21

Pros: Tasty food,, Atmosphere, Friendly staff

Cons: Small portions, a bit pricey

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Lovely - Edit

Lovely place , super nice staff . A good variety of food from Asian to western . Good price

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The best vegan shrimps! - Edit

One of my favorite restaurants when I lived in Madrid. How I miss you, my lovely tasty sweet&sour shrimps! Mama wont forget you and will come back soon!

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amazing experience - Edit

we took the menu.the soup felt from another planet.the saiten in curry and saiten balls - have no words to say. like home.

Pros: 100% vegan .prices are good

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Taste from another world. - Edit

So many options,
amazing taste,
big space,
center of the city.

Pros: Wide Variety of choices., taste., lots of space

Cons: hard to find parking spaces around., they took a bit long to take order., a little bit expensive for overall experience.

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Fresh and good food in a spacious place - Edit

Not feeling hungry, I ordered one dish only, arror oceano amor, that is, rice mixed with soya, various vegetables and algae. It was fresh and very good.
The price was moderate : 10 €80, including a 50cl bottle of water.
The staff is polite, attentive and friendly and there was some pleasant Spanish guitar music played softly in the background. It was efficient too, not at all slow (against some other reviewers).
The restaurant is very clean. It is spacious and there is no problem to find seats (in contrast with many other vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Madrid, where reservation is necessary).

Pros: Fresh and very good food, moderate price, Spacious

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Homemade food - Edit

This is not a place for an elegant dinner, but it is good if you want to eat something another than veggie fast food. The meals are big and tasty, but some of them were expected to be better (veggie burger). Most of them is the vegan imitation of traditional foods, such as croquetas, empandilla, meat and so on. And the taste is very similar if not better. Also try the vegan cakes!

Pros: traditional food, homestyle ambient, nice staff

Cons: a bit pricey, too much soy

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Slow service for a quiet place - Edit

There's a good range of choice on the menu, but was a bit of a language barrier with the server, as she told us the daily special was 'seaweed and cream', which I thought was odd. Was also hard to hear her as the music was quite loud, given that the place only had four tables, including us.
We had two juices, which came with spoons and not straws, also very unusual. Very spacious and bright place, we came in around 3:30pm. It was quiet, but we were in there for an hour and only had a couple of mains. I had a bolognese, which was more like a sauce then something with chunks. Boyfriend had a curry, was nice but also very watery.
Asked for wifi but they told us they didn't know the codes. We were offered water, but it never came and then had to ask for it twice. When paying, you have to go up to the counter and pay, and not wait at your table.

Pros: Nice food, Near the metro

Cons: Slow service, Have wifi but staff don't know the code

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Good food - Edit

The vibe was very different from other places I went to, when visiting Madrid. Like others mentioned, it was very bright. It was very spacious, and it almost felt as though you should be quiet, but also made me feel strange being there on my own.

The food was good - I wish there weren't so many options too choose from though! Lots of seating.

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Apto para carnistas - Edit

Restaurante en el centro de Madrid. Cuentan con gran variedad de platos en la carta y menú. El sitio es grande. Una de las camareras a veces las lía un poco.

NO VENDEN ALCOHOL (importante si queréis tomar una cerveza, tienen ecológica sin alcohol)

Tiene menú de 10,90 entre semana. Incluye primero, segundo y postre. Recomiendo el seitán al curry de segundo. Quedaréis satisfechos, son platos que llenan pero sin dejarte pesado. En fin de semana creo que asciende hasta los 14. euros. Recomiendo platos de cuchara: las cremas suelen estar muy buenas.

Los platos de la carta ascienden desde 4-11 euros cada uno pero tienes bastantes variantes si quieres llevar a familiares o amigos que no sean veganos: croquetas, seitán, filetes...

Quizá lo peor sea que se hagan un lío a la hora de servir de vez en cuando y según que camarera. Trato agradable por lo demás.

Pros: Muchas opciones Veganas, Platos de cuchara

Cons: Lío servicio

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surprisingly nice! - Edit

although the atmosphere is not as inviting as in some other restaurants in madrid, i really recommend that restaurant.
the food tastes very good and the stuff is extremly nice! we really enjoyed our stay!

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In the vegan prophet house - Edit

Part of the omonimous international franchise, they have a mission: bringing people on the vegan side.
So, expect the most of the food to be a vegan imitation of traditional meat and fish dishes, mostly from the Oriental cuisine.
Food is tasty. No alcohol is served. Daily menu available.
Open 7 days a week, for lunch and dinner. Usually closes in August.
Don't miss their egg-free spanish tortilla and share the generous portion of their chocolate cake.

Pros: Always open

Cons: Cold atmosphere, Scary decoration, No alcoholic drinks

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not so good - Edit

A Vegan restaurant in the heart of the city - sounds great. But I was not so happy about my experience - the place has no atmosphere, frankly is unwelcoming with its decor. The offer is not so cheap so I ordered the menu of the day (3-course meal for 10,5e - that's a fair price!) but the creme-soup was really disappointing and the waitress forgot about the bread though I asked for it. Curry was delicious (amazing tempeh), but the juice was artificially sweetened and not organic and I expect an organic juice in vegan restaurant.

Pros: location, english speaking waitress, short waiting for food

Cons: ugly place, not tasty soup

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okay - Edit

I got the miso soup and an empanada here. The empanada was good but barely warm and seemed like it had been sitting around for awhile. Still tasty though. The miso soup was good as well but overall the food was just okay. I would go again to try something else maybe. Most of the dishes have mushrooms or pineapple in them which I wasn't a fan of

Pros: nice staff , English menu

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Great food! - Edit

Very friendly staff and great food. We ordered daily special, With soup, main course, drinks and dessert for 13,50 euros. There were 2 or 3options for each and they were all very flavourful and tasty. Loved it.

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Loving loving hut - Edit

A fully vegan place. That's enough to give the place some stars.

The food is good but neither creative nor impressive. Other than that, the staff is awesome and the place clean and well decorated.

They have daily menu which offers a couple of main courses. Overall, recommended.

Pros: Vegan, Staff

Cons: Nice but not outstanding

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