Paprika

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Cuesta de Abarqueros, 3, Granada, Spain, 18010

This restaurant became vegetarian in Mar 2011 then all vegan Apr 2013. Offers some macrobiotic and raw food, made by an experienced chef. Supports organic and local products. Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Sun 1:00pm-4:00pm, 8:00pm-11:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Western, Beer/Wine, Spanish

58 Reviews

First Review by Amelie22

Very good! - Edit

The staff Was super nice and the food very good! The menu is small, but they offer very different dishes. The price is pretty good for the amount of food you get :)

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Muy rico !!! - Edit

Déjà, le cadre idyllique, la petite rue pavée, au pied de l’Albaycin...
Puis une cuisine vraiment bonne. Un peu d’attente (un seul cuisinier et uneseule serveuse, en tout cas ce soir là).
Très bons wraps crème de tofu et tomates confites, et très bonnes spaghettis de courgette au pesto.

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Wonderful food - especially the deserts - and wonderful staff! - Edit

Cozy place with open kitchen and relaxed staff!

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Tasty vegan organic food - Edit

We had dinner at Paprika on our trip to Granada in May 2013 after reading the reviews on this site. Sitting outside on one of the few tables, we watched the world go by and enjoyed a couple of Sangrias (organic/local wine is on the menu), a shared starter of crudites and nachos with houmus, guacamole and a couple of pesto/tomato "cheese" type dips, which we really enjoyed although perhaps not so much the houmus, which was a bit dense. As a main, I had the seitan stew with rice, which I would call a seitan Stroganoff (think creamy, mushroom sauce) and my friend had the Asian stir fry. The seitan Stroganoff was tasty and came with rice and a little side salad on the plate but there wasn't a lot of it, which for the price charged was a bit disappointing. The stir fry portion on the other hand was OK. We didn't have a dessert - partly because we didn't particularly fancy the sound of any of them a lot and partly also because we were at our budget for the night at just under 50 Euro for the drinks, shared starter and our mains. The tea (infusion) menu deserves a mention as it not only was it extensive but also educational in terms of what aid/treatment the plants/infusion can offer. While we've definitely eaten more cheaply while in Spain, I was very glad to find a fully vegan restaurant with local, organic foods in Granada and would recommend.

Updated from previous review on 2013-06-02

Pros: Vegan, local and organic, including wine, Good selection/variety of dishes, Nice location and atmosphere

Cons: Not inexpensive

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Lovely little restaurant - Edit

This was the first vegan restaurant I have ever been to. It will always have a special place in my heart. The staff is very kind and the food delicious!

Pros: Good atmosphere , Quiet and clean, Good portions

Cons: A bit pricy.

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The food was healthy - Edit

The food was clean and healthy but not so tasty. Quite plain and without taste. Had to wait for the food some time even though the place was half full.

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Delicious! - Edit

The curry had so many fresh, vegetables with beautiful flavours and the atmosphere was great.

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best place in Granada! - Edit

After we tried every vegan restaurant in Granada, we decided that this place is definitely the best. Food is very good, staff is friendly and the best thing - you can sit outside in the sun.

Pros: friendly, English speaking staff, good food, outside seating possible

Cons: a bit expensive compared to other vegan restaurant

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very nice meal - Edit

Had a very nice meal here, nice atmosphere and service. Hasn't stayed in my memory as much as what I think are Granada's two best vegan options (Hicuri and El Oju) but would still definitely recommend.

Pros: Nice vibe

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Wonderful restaurant near Triunfo - Edit

Paprika is a wonderful restaurant located near the Triunfo gardens. The place itself is very cozy and beautiful.

We ordered three different dishes: the Asian wok, the spring rolls and the veganillas (vegan quesadillas). All of them were very tasty, although I especially liked the spring rolls which were surprising and fresh, with a delicious quinoa and fresh vegetables filling.

The portions were big and the staff was very friendly. I would definitely come back again.

Pros: Friendly staff, Great food, Big portions

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good food, unfriendly service - Edit

We arrived late and asked if we could still eat. The waitress was extremely unfriendly telling us that they had run out of a lot of dishes kind of suggesting us to leave. We stayed though. Had to wait for ages to get our tea. Food was tasty but nearly all main dishes with tofu or soy and imitations of meat which I find little innovative. Cook who brought us the desert in the end was friendly.

Pros: side dish was tasty, option to sit outside

Cons: unfriendly service

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Delightful - Edit

This cozy restaurant has a surreal location if you're not used to the city. The menu is plentiful with good portion sizes. It was reasonably priced and very pleasant. We ordered bruschetta, Thai curry and rosé wine. All were fresh and delicious!

Pros: portion size, ambiance, outdoor seating

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Very Tasty - Edit

Nice cosy small restaurant. Very tasty food.

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easy and delicious - Edit

Great meal and service! We were so pleased to have found vegan within walking distance from our hotel.

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Nice, cosy place, great food - Edit

Reception and setting:
Going just up from c/Elvira to Albaicín, we by accident stumbled upon this restaurant. Even though I had looked it up before, we went there on an impuls. The cook in the open kitchen welcomed us and immediately convinced us to get the menu of the day.
What we had:
The menu includes a drink and comes at €12.7 per person including starters, main dish and coffee or dessert. We got to know Salmorejo for starters (which I shall attempt making myself, wow), a plate with baked tofu, legumes and veggies for main dish and finished with banana-coconut-cream. Drinks were included, but we ordered two extra beers to cool down after the meal.
What we paid:
This brought us to around 29-ish euro's, which we considered a correct price for the niceness we just got. No complaining, I'd trust the cook every time.
Some thoughts:
This place was really cosy, had a whole self-made vibe hanging around it. One of the seats was occupied by a cauliflower. When we asked about what the food contained, we got a good explanation and I got inspired to try it myself. Very positive experience.

Some explanation:
On our trip through Sevilla, Córdoba and Granada my girlfriend and I went to this restaurant, so the rating should be taken in comparison to the others for a full overview. I've made a systematic overview, but don't take this too seriously, as my opinion could even conflict with my gf's. Mind that the bill of this review needs to be split in two.

Pros: Nicely balanced food , Adequately priced, Nice atmosphere

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It's ok - Edit

For the price we paid in this vegan restaurant, we did expect more. The food was ok, not bad, but the main courses were a bit tasteless. We had a good starter but the mains (pasta al horno and seitan with mushroom bechamel) lacked personality, not to mention the rice which was absolutely tasteless.

Pros: Does the job for a vegan meal

Cons: Too expensive , Very simple food

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Delicious and cosy - Edit

Great free tapas with your drink.

Pros: Friendly, yummie food cooked in an open kitchen.

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wow ! - Edit

great food, beautiful place, good vibes

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loved it - Edit

Went there with my son and we both absolutely loved our dishes. Was bit expensive and as mentioned before portions too small to feed a plant based athlete. But definitely would go back. Best pesto ravioli ever!

Pros: delicious, atmosphere

Cons: price, small portions

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Great - Edit

Buen ambiente y opciones de platos.

Cons: Algo lentos en el servicio de platos.

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Delicious - Edit

Really yummy vegan food. The gazpacho soup was excellent.

Pros: Nice vibe, Creative food, Fresh ingredients

Cons: Portion size

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Great variety of food - Edit

Great food! Paprika has vegan, gluten free as well as raw food options available. The food was tasty and the portions large. The atmosphere is really cosy, there are couches as well as tables with chairs.
We really enjoyed our evening here. Pleasant experience!

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Lovely dinner spot. - Edit

Great food, lovely atmosphere, friendly staff.

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Incredible - Edit

Some of the best food I have eaten at a restaurant. We had the set menu and it was far and away better than I would have expected for a small restaurant with very moderate prices.

I'm not even sure what the entree was, but it was my favorite part of the meal. Absolutely incredible. The mains were very nice and the dessert was much more chocolaty and decadent than I'm used to from truffles with a fruit base. The staff was friendly and helpful to two kiwis who couldn't speak Spanish. I'm only disappointed that we didn't have time to go back before we left.

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Nice welcoming atmosphere - Edit

We had two evening meals at Paprika. The first night the food was excellent. I had the home made pasts with vegan pesto and my friend had the stir fry. They had a choice of vegan wines and the chocolate truffles and dates was delicious. However the second night we returned there was a different chef, we both had the stir fry which was overcooked and drowned in Soy Sauce. The starter of dips and tacos was very yummy. Overall it is a restaurant with a lovely atmosphere and friendly and helpful staff and the food generally is good but perhaps avoid the stir fry.

Pros: friendly atmosphere, lovely food, good vegan wine list

Cons: food can depend on chef, easy to miss as small sign

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Cozy and Delicious! - Edit

Great food!
Cute little place and inside.
Great selection of tea and wine.
Food was tasty. We had a stir fry which could have easily been made at home for more than half the price. But it was worth the experience! Lovely staff and friendly atmosphere.

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Really nice but expensive - Edit

Everything was good! The pasta was the best and the truffles were awesome!

Pros: - cozy, - friedly stuff

Cons: - a little bit expensive, - too many soy in the menu

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