• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )

Av José I. de la Roza 223 Oeste, San Juan, Argentina

All-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet, includes pasta, salads, beans, veggie burgers, and more. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-3:00pm, Mon-Sat 4:00pm-1:00am. Open for lunch and dinner.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Buffet, Argentinian

2 Reviews

First Review by batsnbikes

Chinese all-you-can-eat - Edit

This place is in the town center. They have salad bar with fresh greens and vegetables, but most of the cooked dishes have cheese. They have some souces in the fridge, one of which tastes very similar to hummus. The food is rather salty. No fruites. Some tasty things are over very fast and they don't renew it.
Their bread is really good.

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Probably the biggest meal you'll eat! - Edit

The main reason we went to San Juan was to go to Soychu, we went twice in 3 days and would have gone three times but they were closed on Sunday (They are supposed to be open 1230-330 on Sunday, but were close by 130pm... this was a major bum out since San Juan is almost entirely closed on Sunday). They are open for lunch 1230-330 and then again for dinner, I think it was around 6:30 for dinner.

It's an All-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet with an ok amount of vegan options (30-40%). Ask a staff member which items are vegan and they will happily show you. If you are eating there, it is $30AR (about $7.50US) for all you can eat. If you take food to go, you pay by the weight.

Don't miss this place! If you are on a tight budget and are vegan this might be the most food you eat while in a restaurant!

They are open between lunch and dinner selling whole wheat bread, tea and some other basic health food items and vitamins.

If you a reading this and looking for another veg place to try as well, check out the Tourist Info place on San Martin and get a free map from them. There are two restaurants listed as vegetarian, but we didn't try the other one so I don't have any other info on it.

Pros: vegan options, all you can eat, friendly staff

Cons: lots of cheese, lots of egg, closed when their hours say open

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