Pizza Vegana - Fitz Roy

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 12 reviews )

1962 Fitz Roy, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1414

A closed-door gluten-free vegan pizza restaurant in an antique house with a small garden, operating since Sept 2014. Vegan beer can be purchased. Slightly difficult to find - look for white double doors next to Vilaplana Veterinaria and ring bell for entry. Previously located at Angel Carranza 1979 A-B, Mar 2016.

Category: Vegan, Pizza, Italian, Beer/Wine, Gluten-free

Reviews (12)

First Review by LittleMermad

Not all-you-can-eat - Edit

First, to clarify misinformation in the top comment: None of the Pizza Vegana locations offer all-you-can-eat pizza.

That said, one pizza is a nice, big portion for one person or a small portion for 2 people.

On cheese & toppings: damn good. Daiya cheese is ubiquitous in the USA, and--while it's better than others--it really isn't that tasty. The vegan cheese used at Pizza Vegana is 10x better; it's soo good!

On gluten free crust: Personally, I really, really like gluten. I was a bit skeptical & wished to have vegan pizza with loads of chewy gluten, but the crust at Pizza Vegana is incredible. I have no complaints. It's a thin, crunchy crust, and it's damn delicious.

Pros: good cheese, good crust, portiton size (for one person)

Cons: not all-you-can-eat, 1 pizza is too small to share for 2 people

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Holy moly!! - Edit

Epic gluten free pizza, loads of toppings and every one delicious. Best we've had! 150 pesos for all you can eat :) located Justimo Carranza 1979 in a White House, you have to ring the doorbell. We didn't make a reservation and turned up. Adorable place with incredible food and we'll miss it from Australia!

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quicksandtoy 06 Jan 2017 - This is *not* true. None of the Pizza Vegana stores offer "all you can eat" pizza!

The prices range from 120-160 pesos per pizza. One pizza is a nice, big portion for one person. But if were actually "all you can eat," I could have definitely thrown down 2 pizzas (though I'm a bit of an exception; I ate an entire large (16 inch diameter) Mega-Veggie Vegan pizza at Mellow Mushroom--but that was after I climbed a mountain on a touring bicycle in Blowing Rock, NC, USA. That would probably be the equivalent of 3 Pizza Vegana Pizzas @ $450 pesos.

Please don't false advertise "all you can eat." There's a lot of us skinny athletic vegans that'll be very upset :(  

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Best vegan pizza ever! - Edit

I travel to 15 different counties per year but never ever found once such an awesome vegan pizza as this one.
Try it now!

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Wish there was one where I live! - Edit

This place is excellent. Even if you are not vegan I think you will like their pizza, but if you are vegan, it's heaven! The "cheese" is actually potato-based (not soy) and really has a nice texture and flavor. There are a ton of toppings available. We did half the pizza with a white sauce and veggies and half the pizza with red and veggies. Both flavors were amazing. We loved it. My husband was ready to buy a franchise!

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Eat in > delivery - Edit

This is the second time we have eaten Pizza Vegana pizzas. The first time we had it delivered to a hostel (in 2014) and it was honestly not amazing. We decided to give them another go because of the great reviews, and last night we ate in at the restaurant.

Oh. My. Gosh. It was incredible. We are so glad we went back. They had an all you can eat set up for $150 AR (it was a Saturday night) where they deliver slices of different pizzas to your table until you tell them you can't eat any more. Every pizza they brought around was incredibly delicious, but the stand out was definitely the broccoli, garlic and cheese pizza which I am going to be dreaming about until I can eat it again.

I'm not sure why our delivery wasn't so great last year, but this is now my favourite vegan restaurant in BA - and that's saying something!

Pros: All vegan, Delicious , Did I mention vegan cheese?

Cons: Cash only

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8 topping pizza - Edit

Amazing vegan Pizzas. I had the all you can eat buffet but as I was the only one there they did me a pizza with 8 different toppings!!

Pros: 100% vegan

Cons: none

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Ricas pizzas - Edit

Riquísimas pizzas y con una buena variedad para elegir. El local de Palermo también ofrece empanadas.

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AMAZING, do not miss!! - Edit

Pizza Vegana is the product of a vegan (people and dogs) cooperative who have opened up the lower level of their building in Palermo to create an amazing, positive space full of goodwill. They're literally inviting anyone who would like to try vegan pizza into their home (while being quite professional about it -- it's clean and well-equipped as a restaurant), and we felt like we were friends with the staff and other guests by the time we left. It was the most wonderful meal I've had in a while, and we live in the vegan paradise of San Francisco. It is absolutely the place to be if you are vegan in Buenos Aires.

We found the white doors at the address provided and noticed telltale pizza slices on a little sign by the doorbell, so we knew we were in the right place. There isn't a sign out front but you can definitely find the place on your own. Once inside, there are three casual sections for eating: the main room, beerhall-style large picnic tables treated as communal for small groups (we heard many tips about vegan spots in Bs As shared and friendships formed); the back room, ideal for a large group to have their own space; and the garden, smaller tables tucked among plants for a magical atmosphere. A few happy dogs live here, there's good-quality free wifi, and (get ready): FREE WATER. That's right, "Agua Libre" (and gratis, but more importantly the idea of water being freely available for everyone). Could it get any better? Sure!

The walls are covered in murals, positive "go vegan!" messaging, and I noticed a "Monsanto: promised vs. reality" poster in the bathroom. The people (and dogs) are all incredibly friendly, kind and welcoming -- it's a relaxed place, so rather than prompt service, expect more like going to a friend's house for dinner. There's a small shelf with some information, including local yoga and aerial arts lessons and a pro-parks and animal rights petition. In addition to pizza and empanadas, they offer very affordable organic vegan wine, beer and other fun drinks, and a banana ice cream dessert.

Finally, the food!! Pizza is made with organic whole wheat crust and "paparella", mozzarella made from potatoes. All is whole foods plant based, affordable and accessible foods. And DELICIOUS! Verdolaga (pesto) and Cuatrochi (4 cheese) were my favorite but all the pizzas and the faina (garbanzo flour cake common in Argentina) we tried were so tasty. I'd eat here every night, and will be making potato cheese at home.


Pros: All vegan, all delicious, Co-op so money well spent, Wifi, dogs, plants, and drinks all bonus

Cons: Only open for dinner

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dancingvegan 10 May 2015 - What an outstanding review!! If ever I go to Argentina, I will definitely stop by and stay a while!!  

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Amazing place! Went here three times. You have to make a reservation and be certain of the adress (no sign), but once you are inside you will be BLOWN AWAY by the food. Staff is wonderful. Beer is good too. One of the two best places for vegans in BA. (the other is Buenos Aires Verde!)

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Amazing Pizza and Super Friendly Owners! - Edit

My husband and I were blown away by how amazing the pizza was! Vegan pizza makes me skeptical, but this pizza tasted incredible. I loved the in house-made "cheese", the atmosphere was great and the owners/workers were super friendly. All of the toppings of the pizza were delicious and the "cheese" was excellent. We had the "all you can eat" option and sampled the eggplant/pesto, onion, mushroom/pesto and arugula pizzas. We also got the chickpea (gluten-free) bread. We were stuffed.

To find: The restaurant is a "closed door" restaurant, which essentially means it is in someone's home. You wouldn't know it was a home though, it was a big space with a pretty outdoor patio for eating and a beautiful indoor area with tables and a pretty mural. When you get to the address (see map) look for big white double doors (next to a veterinary store). On the left you will see a doorbell that has a pizza sticker on it. Ring the bell and you will be let in. Super cool!

P.S. Because it's Buenos Aires, don't make the mistake we did and show up at 7:45pm. Try to go around 9pm or later. You will then get more options (if you do the all you can eat) and will get to try the banana/nutella "ice-cream" they make!

Pros: Amazing Pizza, Nice Atmosphere , Friendly Owners

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Probably the best vegan pizza in the world! - Edit

Pizza Vegana was a delight in every way. Cool, funky, ambience, a magical patio, good background music and great, inexpensive, organic wine. We ordered the "all you can eat" option for 120 pesos (about $9.00 U.S.). Slice after slice of heaven arrived at our table. Every one seemed impossibly better than the last. They also had empanadas, but we were so full of delicious pizza that we couldn't eat another bite, so, we did the only logical thing, and ordered a box of those to-go for tomorrow. They also had a healthy dessert option, are dog friendly, had free wifi and a super friendly and enthusiastic staff. The owner even came out to visit with us. We told him that he should go world-wide. People would love this place anywhere.

Updated from previous review on Tuesday January 13, 2015

Updated from previous review on Wednesday January 14, 2015

Updated from previous review on Wednesday January 14, 2015

Pros: Inexpensive, Wonderful ambiance, Healthy & delicious food

Cons: No sign, so can be difficult to find, Look for white double doors next to, Vilaplana Veterinaria and ring bell.

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Great - Edit

The place is cozy, fun and people are really attentive. Food is really tasty and there's plenty of pizza for everyone.

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