Lilipep books, sweets, salads – Barcelona

C/ Pou de la Cadena, 8
on the corner of Carrer de la Barra de Ferro

Firstly Lilipep is a cute-as-fuck little café hidden in the corner of the Gothic Quarter. Secondly, it has free wi-fi – so you can sit and internet yourself and put crap on Facebook or whatever it is you do. Finally, they have good things to eat and drink that vegetarians et al might find of interest.

They have a breakfast menu that contains items such as cereal that you can choose to have served with milk, rice milk or yogurt. Rice mik?! Unheard of in Spanish restaurants. You could also have a German breakfast that consists of  dark bread, jam, butter, ham, cheese and coffee or tea. This costs €5.90.

Other than breakfast there is a sandwich menu with a couple of items for vegetarians, AND, you can choose to have your sandwich made on organic bread. Sandwiches cost from €2.20 for a small vegetarian version and €4.00 for larger with an additional €2.50 if you opt for the organic bread.               

Hot sandwiches sound great with fillings such as grilled vegetables, blue cheese  and red pesto, olive paste, sundried tomato and cheese or onion chutney, sundried tomato and cheese. These start from €2.30 and again, can be prepared using organic bread for a premium supplement.

The only salad available for vegetarians is the goat cheese salad which costs €6.90. There is a veg-friendy pasta dish too in the form of tagliatelle with red or green pesto that costs €8.20.

There are a choice of hot chocolates including Swiss-style (with cream) or German (without taste if the ones I tried in Berlin were anything to go by).

I go here for the atmosphere, to use the internet and to drink tea. They have a small but adequate range of the standards eg white tea, camomile,  earl grey and rooibos.

Nice little spot worth seeking out.

 

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Lilipep – BarcelonaC/ Pou de la Cadena, 8on the corner of Carrer de la Barra de FerroFirstly Lilipep is a cute-as-fuck little café hidden in the corner of the Gothic Quarter. Secondly, it has free wi-fi – so you can sit and internet yourself and put crap on Facebook or whatever it is you do. Finally, they have good things to eat and drink that vegetarians et al might find of interest.They have a breakfast menu that contains items such as cereal that you can choose to have served with milk, rice milk or yogurt. Rice mik?! Unheard of in Spanish restaurants. You could also have a German breakfast that consists of  dark bread, jam, butter, ham, cheese and coffee or tea. This costs €5.90.Other than breakfast there is a sandwich menu with a couple of items for vegetarians, AND, you can choose to have your sandwich made on organic bread. Sandwiches cost from €2.20 for a small vegetarian version and €4.00 for larger with an additional €2.50 if you opt for the organic bread.Hot sandwiches sound great with fillings such as grilled vegetables, blue cheese  and red pesto, olive paste, sundried tomato and cheese or onion chutney, sundried tomato and cheese. These start from €2.30 and again, can be prepared using organic bread for a premium supplement.The only salad available for vegetarians is the goat cheese salad which costs €6.90. There is a veg-friendy pasta dish too in the form of tagliatelle with red or green pesto that costs €8.20.There are a choice of hot chocolates including Swiss-style (with cream) or German (without taste if the ones I tried in Berlin were anything to go by).I go here for the atmosphere, to use the internet and to drink tea. They have a small but adequate range of the standards eg white tea, camomile,  earl grey and rooibos.Nice little spot worth seeking out.
You can find a hotel in Barcelona by clicking here.If you would like to comment on this article, then there is a commenty box below just for that purpose.You can discuss vegetarian, vegan and raw vegan Spain in our forum section by clicking here.You can look for other vegetarian, vegan and raw-food information in Spain by going to our Food section.

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