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Vegesana

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Aribau 14 , Barcelona, Spain, 08011

Asian style cuisine vegetarian restaurant, opened Apr 2015. Day's menu changes plus drinks and desserts. Uses tofu, seitan, mushroom, and lots of veggies. Open Mon-Sun 12:00am-12:30am, Mon-Sun 12:00pm-12:00am.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Chinese, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Asian

Reviews (13)

First Review by nerissawvh

I will love to go everyday!! - Edit

The food I've ordered so far so yummy!! The staffs r so friendly. Patricia knew I was a visitor here, so she told me few things about the local life. I must say I love the food and staffs of this restaurant.


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Tasty, simple Chinese food - Edit

The food here is nice, but nothing extravagant or mind-blowing! It's a very good option if you fancy Chinese food.

Everything is vegetarian and the vegan options are very clearly marked, with most dishes being adaptable (fried rice without egg, for example) if you want a vegan version.

Staff are very friendly and the service is quick!

Pros: Nice Chinese food, Vegan options clearly marked, Friendly staff

Cons: Quite simple food, Not the nicest decor


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100% would recommend - Edit

Found this place thanks to the Happy Cow app. Was surprisingly better than I expected. Nice interior, cute little place. Helpful staff and quick service. The food was very well presented and I can't stress enough how tasty it was. Hands down the best vegetarian Chinese restaurant I've ever been too!


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Barca's very own meat free Chinese - Edit

Barcelona has a 100% meat free Chinese restaurant. Spacious, friendly and easy to find and only 20 minute walk from the epicentre of Las Ramblas. It was truly a pleasure to eat here and be appreciated by the welcoming owner. Vegan choice is pretty impeccable. We ordered a vegetable and tofu curry and a mock pork sweet and sour served with boiled rice. I'm convinced that any meat eating fool could be persuaded this was real chicken and pig. Of course, it wasn't. Main courses range from €7-€9, boiled rice is €1.50, a bottle of Moritz is €2 and a bottle of house wine is €6. Maybe stay clear of the house wine, it's not the best. However, the budget certainly remains intact. Some days just cry out for a meal like this and you will find it here. The menu is quite extensive, you will not be left disappointed.

Pros: Great food, Friendly, Extensive menu


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Asian vegan-vegetarian - Edit

What a great place! My girlfriend and I were looking for a vegan friendly Asian restaurant and almost passed it without noticing. Lovely owners, great food, quite cheap! If you're up for Asian food, no need to look much further.


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Could be better - Edit

This is a small, nondescript place near Plaça Universitat which nonetheless boasts an extremely wide range of Chinese and other asian veggie options. The price is a bit higher than most Chinese places in Barcelona (perhaps to make up for lack of clientele due to being vegetarian?) and the serving sizes are a bit smaller, two characteristics which unfortunately rule Vegesana out for me as a place for regular meals.

There were several vegan options, but non-vegan ones were definitely in the majority. The dishes I ordered were tasty but not amazing, and left me hungry!

Pros: 100% veg, no meat

Cons: relatively expensive, smallish portions, not vegan


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Can food - Edit

Had a dinner with friend there. I chose a seitan mushroom with bamboo and rice. Seitan tasted like right out of a can as well as bamboo and mushrooms. Had to add a lot of soya sauce and hot sauce to drown the stale taste. My friends had a curry rice. At least that had a okay taste although they said there should have been more curry. The deserts were mainly frozen stuff from supermarket.

Pros: The red house wine was nicely chilled

Cons: Cheap


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Highly Recommended! - Edit

Finally a veg Chinese restaurant in Barcelona. Spanish food tends to be nutritionally imbalanced, so I am happy to have a tofu go-to when I need it.

Food is good and vegan options are marked, otherwise vegetarian.

Great peanut butter cookies!

Pros: friendly, good food, lots vegan options


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asian runned, cheap, open til late - Edit

I found this place by chance. The first thing I want to mention is that they are open from 11:30 am until passed midnight ( there was a mistake in the opening time in HappyCow.
Fast service, fantastic asian Vegan food.

Pros: inexpensive, open all day until very late, super excellent !!!!


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Great Chinese veggie! - Edit

I had never been to a veggie Chinese restaurant outside China, and this was a most pleasant surprise! Rich veg* menu, broad selection of tofu- and seitan-based dishes, very good yuxiang eggplants.

Prices are perfectly affordable, nothing but a tiny bit over the average Chinese restaurant pricing.

Everything gets better if you can speak Chinese (the all-Chinese staff speaks Chinese and Spanish but the menu has English translations).

A great options among the many options for vegetarians and vegans in Barcelona.


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Veggie Chinese! - Edit

Finally, a Vegetarian Chinese exists in Barcelona. The whole menu is veggie, so you do not have to worry whether there is tuna in your salad or ham in your three delices rice. Everything is really tasty and good. I will most certainly repeat!

Pros: Veggie Chinese food, lots of veggie proteins

Cons: Decoration


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Asian Vegetarian - Edit

Very small place with quick service and a large menu, all vegan! We tried the spicy seitan stir-fry and the imitation shrimp stir-fry. Tasty and fresh. A good option, nothing fancy. It's basically Chinese vegetarian with a variety of tofu and meat alternatives.

Pros: large vegan menu, very quick


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