Vegan Meals in Malaga, Spain
Finding vegan food in Malaga, Spain
W.Although Spain may not be known for its vegan cuisine, especially the coastal cities famous for their seafood, a growing number of the younger Spanish generation are increasingly interested in a new way of eating.
Plant-based options are popping up in many restaurants in Malaga. Some locations offer a completely vegan menu.
What is a vegan diet?
A vegan diet allows you to eat foods made from plants, including:
- Fruits and vegetables.
- Legumes like peas, beans, and lentils.
- Nuts and seeds.
- Bread, rice and pasta.
- Milk alternatives such as soy milk, coconut milk and almond milk.
- Vegetable oils.
Tapas and more
Canadu Vegetarian Restaurant Photo via Fb side
Malaga is famous for casual dining and tapas, but for a seated meal go to Cañadú. The hotel is in the middle of a number of lively bars in the center Plaza de la MercedHere you can order a three-course menu from the fully vegan menu for around € 15 per person.
If it’s cheap and in a good mood, go straight to it The invisible house. Located in the heart of the historic pedestrian zone, it offers a variety of vegan tapas in an airy courtyard full of sunshine, mosaics and interesting characters. The dishes only cost € 1.50 and the beer is cheap too!
Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables via Depositphotos
If you’re stuck with a group of carnivorous friends in a place that seems to have only meat and fish on the menu, take a closer look.
Almost everywhere offers’spicy potatoes‘- Fried potatoes with a spicy tomato sauce or’Padron peppers‘- fried, salty green peppers. At least you can stock up on olives and fresh bread too!
Patatas Bravas, Traditional Spanish Tapas Photo via Depositphotos
Many of the bars in the center also offer vegan versions of traditional Spanish dishes. So if you’re curious about what this vibrant city has to offer, bring your walking shoes and start exploring!
Malaga travel and tour packages
To help you plan your Malaga vacation, we have listed attractions and other amazing things to do in Malaga, Spain. We’ve also listed some of the best travel deals and tour packages, along with excellent flight deals and accommodations.
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