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Meu Limao

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 7 reviews )
Contact 00351282767946

Rue Silva Lopes 40/42, Lagos, Portugal, 8600

Serves meat, vegan options available. Tapas restaurant with a selection of vegan choices. Closed November to February months.

Category: Vegan-friendly, International, Beer/Wine, Tapas, Non-veg

Reviews (7)

First Review by Shohalia

vegan tapas - Edit

Lovely modern restaurant in a nice area of Lagos. The tapas dishes we chose were quite small for the price but were of an excellent quality and and suited us for a light lunch which enabled us to sample some food at another veg friendly establishment for our day trip. We opted for 2 dishes which were labelled vegan, there were 3 vegan dishes in total on the menu but the previous reviews note that dishes labelled veggie may be vegan too and the veggie menu is quite extensive. We opted for the humous with pitta bread and lentil curry, both were really fresh and flavoursome and were nicely presented. This is a great place to sit on a lovely street and watch the world go by. I would def recommend giving it a try.

Pros: vegan dishes, nice area, lovely restaurant

Cons: not 100% veggie

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Tapas in Lagos - Edit

Lagos isn't a particularly vegan friendly town so we were pleased to find this place. We spoke to a manager who explained in detail why some things were labelled vegetarian rather than vegan - some were just because they couldn't guarantee what was in the spices/ herbs they'd sourced elsewhere. So even though some items are labelled as vegetarian they're actually 99.99% likely to be vegan.
The food was nice, since it's tapas the portions are small and you need to order quite a lot, which adds up if you're on a strict budget.
The location is lovely and there's outdoor seating.

Pros: Clearly labelled menu

Cons: vegan selection quite limited

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real good tapas - Edit

We have eaten here twice during or stay in Lagos. Meu Limão serves a lot of vegan and vegetarian tapas (see menu on the photo's) which taste very good. Big portions. Tree tapas each is more than enough for lunch!

Nice place agros the Sint Antonius Church.

Pros: Also fish and meat for the non-vegs, Nice waiters, Really nice tomato bruschetta

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Massively vegan friendly - Edit

Fresh and very inviting. A hugely veg / vegan friendly place, it might as well go all the way. Tapas are available as well as large vegan plates. Unfortunately it wasn't open on the day we had in Lagos but judging by the full vegetarian and vegan menus this is certainly a destination for meat free dining in Lagos rafter than the usual Chinese, Indian or Thai.

Pros: separate meat free menus, lots of choice , fresh

Cons: some meat is served

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Leckere Alternative - Edit

Hier gibt es Tapas vegetarisch oder auch vegan. Sehr freundliches Personal, kurze Wartezeiten, richtig leckeres Essen. Eine tolle Alternative zum Hotelessen bzw der Pizzeria oder dem allgegenwärtigen Fischrestaurant.

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Tapas/burger - Edit

Serves mixed vegan plate, veg-burger and some veg-tapas (nothing special - batatas bravas, hummus, sallad etc) We had garlic mushrooms wich were really good but for 4 something euro we got five little shrooms - not worth it! The burgers were homemade and good, dry but we asked for ketchup and it was fine. Busy night with really slow service but all over a good visit! Nothing special with the atmosphere, just tapas and wine = good time.

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