Vegan Meals in Malaga, Spain
Finding Vegetable Food in Malaga, Spain
While Spain may not be known for its vegetarian cuisine, especially coastal towns known for their fish, a younger generation of Spaniards are interested in a new way of eating.
Plant-based options are now available at most Malaga restaurants, while some venues have all the options.
What Are Vegetables?
In vegetarian food, you can eat foods made from plants, including:
- Fruits and vegetables.
- Beans such as peas, beans, and lentils.
- Nuts and seeds.
- Bread, rice, and pasta.
- Milk alternatives such as soymilk, coconut milk, and almond milk.
- Vegetable oil.
Tapas and More
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Malaga is famous for its restaurants and tapes, but when eating out, go for it Cañadú. It’s inside a lot of bars in the middle Plaza de la Merced, here you can order a three-course meal from its entire vegan menu for about € 15 per person.
If it’s cheap and happy where you’re looking, go straight Invisible House. Located inside the walkway, it offers selected tapes in an air-filled courtyard full of sunlight, artwork, and fun people. Food costs € 1.50, and alcohol is cheap!
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If you find yourself in a group of friends eating in an area that seems to contain only meat and fish, be careful.
Almost everywhere ‘spicy potatoes‘- fried potatoes with tomato sauce, or’Padron’s Pepper‘- very green pepper. Gradually, you can fill the olives with fresh bread!
Patatas Bravas, a Spanish traditional portrait through Depositphotos
Many of the bars in the center also offer Spanish vegetarian food, so if you want to know what this tree city has to offer, bring your shoes and start seeing!
Malaga Travel and Tours
To help you plan your vacation in Malaga, we have listed the places to visit and other amazing things we can do in Malaga, Spain. We also listed some of the best travel destinations as well as travel packages as well as the best travel destinations and accommodations.
Looking for the best hotels, guesthouses, and cheap flights in nearby cities? Check out our list of Malaga’s most expensive hotels and accommodation via Agoda, Booking, or you can see Airbnb locations in the city.
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