Calle Doctor Dou, 10
Mama Café is a funky spot where you can either sit at a table and eat or sit at the bar and drink herbal teas or beer or whatever your fancy takes or vice versa.
They have a menu del dia which costs €10 during the week and €12.95 on Saturdays but contains many a vegetarian option.
For example, for the first course you might choose from cream of carrot and orange soup; courgette carpaccio with goat cheese and lime vinaigrette; oriental vegetables with soya; or cannelloni with mushrooms.
For the following course, there is usually one vegetarian option (which is somewhat of a let down after the numerous choices for the principal course but…) which is likely to be vegetable lasagne or spicy fried eggs and potatoes. Much of the rest of the menu seems to be veal-based, which is sad and crap.
The menu del dia includes a drink of either bottled water, wine or a soft drink and following your one vegetarian option for main course you can select from either a dessert or a coffee.
There is a n express menu that includes one dish, bread and either a dessert or coffee which costs €11.10 or €15.20 during the evenings.
It’s quite pricy but the atmosphere is pleasant and the service is exceptionally good.
You can also order directly from the menu from options such as cream of pumpkin soup with yucca chip, pepper and fresh ginger, pappardelle pasta with tossed wok vegetables with basil and walnut pesto, wok-fried tempura of smoked tofu and vegetables
Desserts are as follows: hot chocolate nemesis, chocolate truffles, sorbets, fruit salad, Grandma’s apple pie or a variety of unique ice creams.
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