Santia Piadina takeaway – Barcelona

 Plaza sant pere, 11


Gignas, 17-19
Gothic Quarter

Santa Piadina is a lovely little takeaway restaurant in gorgeous Barcelona’s stunning Gothic quarter that serves piadinas. A piadina is like a thick toasted Italian crepe that can be rammed full with all kinds of filling. They therefore loan themselves very well to the vegetarian and vegan hunter, hungry for the kill around Barcelona.

You can choose from wholemeal, spinach, tomato, organic or spelt piadinas – which is fabulous for the health conscious or gluten intolerant individual. What’s more they are made at Santa Piadina with extra virgin olive oil.

Vegetarian options:

Sta Fabiola: mozzarella, eggplant, zucchini, tomato, mushrooms and caramelized mushrooms – €4.50

Sta Margaria: sliced tomatoes, mozzarella and pesto – €3.80

Sta Mila: sliced tomatoes, mozzarella, grilled mushrooms and rocket – €5.30

Sta Blanca: gorgonzola, brie, fontina (cheese), mozzarella – €4.50

Sta Otilia: cheese, zucchini, onion relish and chilli oil – €4.50

Sta Lupita: mozzarella, goat cheese, zucchini, nuts and honey – €6.00

Vegan options:

Sta Frida: Seitan with three types of pepper, onion and vegan mayo – €5.80

Sta Clara: potato, caramelized onion, tomato, rocket and mushroom sauce – €4.50

Sweet options:

Sta Catalina: Nutella or dulce de leche, strawberries and mint €3.00

Sta Estela: Nutella and banana €3.80

Sta Florinda: dark chocolate and raspberries €4.50

Sta Julia: dulce de leche, nuts and coconut chips €3.50

There are also drinks and cupcakes.

This is a great place that offers lovely tasty snacks to vegans, vegetarians and their carnivorous friends and lovers. The girl that serves is really quite delightful. And the quality is great. Really delicious and cheap and with something for the vegan. Bloody great.
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