La Lluna – Restaurante Vegetariano
San Ramón 23
Monday to Saturday
13.30hrs – 16.30hrs
20hrs – 00hrs
Vegetarian restaurants in Spain are always a great find in a country obsessed with eating stuff graphically scraped from an animal’s leg. And La Lluna is doubly good because the food here is tasty, and fairly inexpensive.
The menu is typically Mediterranean with the emphasis on healthy and fresh. Their menu del dia costs under €10 with drinks and consists of soup, main course and dessert. Types of main dishes you are likely to encounter at la LLuna are brown rice and ratatouille, couscous and vegetables, or spinach lasagne. Desserts such as cheesecake, apple pie or fruit will follow.
The interior is amazing: a bit bohemian and a bit traditional and very brightly coloured – it’s impossible not to feel uplifted here. Even if your life were falling apart stitch by stitch, you’d still get a warm glow in La Lluna. Couple that with delicious fresh, life-giving vegetarian food and it is easy to understand exactly why the clientele are happy and lively and will get you chatting if you give them the chance. Or at least that is my experience in Valencia in general.
The service here is friendly and the staff is happy to make recommendations for you.
This is really tasty vegetarian food on a good day. I can’t fault the service or the interior which is delightful. It’s not located in the most salubrious part of town, but it’s worth venturing here for some quality vegetarian and vegan fodder – any day.
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