c/Gran Capitan, 7 bajo
El Piano serve vegetarian dishes based on global food from such countries as Thailand, Bolivia, Africa, India, Lebanon and Pakistan. Food can be eaten at the bar to can be packaged to take away.
They also sell organic/bio products and items, cooking utensils and cookery books in their shop and they make vegetable smoothies to take away or drink in.
They have a wide range of teas and infusions.
There are a number of options and most of them appear to be vegan – which is a godsend in a highly religious country whose favourite food is quadrapeds legs.
Everything is served in small biodegradable dishes, of which there are two sizes – one costing €2.50 and one costing €4.50 (at the time of writing).
There are also a choice of soups, juices, smoothies and home-made cakes to supplement your meal.
Everything we tried tasted ultra fresh and light and the portion sizes were agreeable.
The staff are fun and friendly and take the business of veganism and saving the planet very seriously.
We thought the quality of everything was really good. A good find in a city that is low on vegan cooking and particularly vegan cooking that is affordable.
A definite place to put on your itinerary if you are a vegan or vegetarian, or simply health conscious and find yourself in Granada in the South of Spain. These things can creep up on you.
Worth going just for the staff’s enthusiasm.
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