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Best vegan and vegetarian in Madrid

If you're in Madrid and you want to take your gastronomic adventure a step further, this is your stop.

We show you the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants. These restaurants not only welcome vegetarians and vegans, but thanks to the effort of years of work, they are open to anyone who wants to challenge their taste buds.

Food that is elaborate, full of flavour and can fool even the finest palates. Join us on our Madrid route through the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants.


Best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Madrid

Flax & Kale Trafalgar

C/ Trafalgar, 1

We start with a flexitarian restaurant. If you are taking your first steps in the vegan and vegetarian world, we will quickly explain that flexitarians are those people, diets or places, in this case, that despite being vegetarian, are not strictly so, as they occasionally include some meat or fish.

On a corner, with large windows that bathe the place in light, Flax & Kale gives its customers a homely and peaceful feeling thanks to the use of warm colours in its decoration and vegetation, as well as dishes full of flavour and colour.

The brunch starts with the well-known shakshuka, and within its extensive menu we can highlight, just to name a few dishes, starting with the plant-based foie, the spicy grilled broccoli, continuing with the mellow rice with wild Alaskan salmon and finishing with the Josper torrijas (kind of French toast).

And don't leave without trying some of their natural juices and kombuchas.

Honest Greens

It has numerous locations in the Spanish capital, from Fuencarral to Serrano via Hortaleza and Velázquez. Whichever one you choose, it will be an absolute success. It has the same philosophy of a flexitarian restaurant, although the vegetable origin of its dishes makes up ninety percent of its menu.

When they say they are honest greens they are not exaggerating; biodegradable packaging, furniture made from sustainable materials, and a long list of nods to the environment.

Be green from breakfast, with bowls, shakshuka and veggie sandwiches, to dinner, with their honest salmon or piri piri chicken, to brunch, with their latin lover salad or sweet potato chips with healthy aioli and coriander.

Finally, who can resist a brownie or a cupcake? And for the coffee lovers, they have a fantastic coffee corner that is available all day long.

Mad Mad Vegan

Calle de Pelayo, 19 / Calle de Lavapiés, 16

Mad Mad Vegan is certainly something mad and a bit crazy because you won't believe the things they make.

We're not just talking about vegan food, we're talking about burgers. Burgers that could be the envy of any establishment in the world, but with the small detail that there is not a trace of meat inside.

We dare you to reach someone who doesn't know that the place is vegan and give them a taste of The Mad Signature, for example. But not before trying a couple of tequeños. You'll blow them away. Its food and atmosphere will make you come back again and again.

Viva Burger

Costanilla de San Andrés, 16

If we're talking about burgers, we have to make a stop at Viva Burger. Colourful, fun and with a terrace that's just as cool as the brick-vaulted, charming downstairs.

But let's get down to what matters: the food. Their hamburgers are a declaration of intent; things can be done very well, sustainably, tasty and without any meat. And if not, just tell Mada, who is in charge of this fantastic project so full of health, love and life.


Calle de Fuencarral, 74

Vegetarian restaurant with vegan options located in the gastronomic heart of Madrid. It offers a menu with healthy and appetising food that appeals to the eye and fills your stomach and heart. That last sentence, for example, would be super cool.

Its premises are huge, with more than 350 square metres spread over two floors, and there the desire to eat is combined with the good vibes of both the service and the customers. If you want to know and understand what Superchulo is all about, ask for a Super Picnic. There you'll be able to try a snack from here and there with different sauces, chips, artisan breads and crudités.

Their extensive menu has numerous vegan and gluten-free options, which makes a wide range of customers feel welcome. And if you're not vegetarian or vegan, come and discover healthy food full of flavour and surrounded by a great atmosphere.

Restaurante Vegetariano Artemisa

Calle Ventura de la Vega, 4 / Calle Tres Cruces, 4

With two fantastic locations in the centre of Madrid, Restaurante Vegetariano Artemisa presents itself to its customers with a much more sober décor than the previous options, coming closer to a traditional restaurant than one as original as it is.

Its history is one of innovation and struggle, as it opened its doors in the 1990s, when vegetarian options were not as numerous as they are today. To this we must add that in 2016 they created an entire gluten-free menu. Time and good work have made it one of the best restaurants in Madrid for both coeliacs and vegetarians.

Don't leave without trying the Queen of Africa courgette, the Boletus croquettes and, of course, their Artemisia tiramisu.

Distrito Vegano

Calle del Conde de Romanones, 10

Imagine yourself in a nicely decorated lounge, with dim lights, with a relaxed and relaxed atmosphere, and suddenly you hear someone asking for some croquetones de la abuela and someone else replies: no eggs! What a wonderful place.

These are two of the best-known dishes in the Vegan District, where seemingly distant aspects such as street food come together with the experience and infinite love of your grandmother at the cooker and vegan food. How are you left? Well, you'll be even more confused when you try it and discover how tasty it all is.