Join me on a vegan tapas crawl around the El Tubo area of Zaragoza, Spain. This part of the old city is a maze of narrow, winding streets that are famous for being filled with tapas bars! You may not think of Spain as a very vegan-friendly country, but there are plenty of vegan dishes in Spanish cuisine, and many of the best ones are tapas!
On this tour we visit a popular bar called Umami that serves up plenty of seasonal, veggie-based tapas. We then move on to a Lebanese-influenced tapas bar called Bar Fenicia that serves a mix of traditional Spanish dishes and Lebanese favourites (hellooooo, hummus!).
And then finally, the last stop on the tour was a complete surprise to us, and one that you definitely don't want to miss! [UPDATE August 2018: Unfortunately, that last retaurant has since closed.]
Check out the video below to see all of our delicious discoveries:
And if you're heading to Zaragoza and want to check out some of these places for yourself, here's where you can find them:
Address: Calle José Pellicer Ossau 1, Zaragoza,
Phone: +34 876 28 33 33
Hours: 12pm-5pm and 8pm-1am. Closed Mondays.
Address: Calle Estébanes 8, Zaragoza
Hours: .: 8pm-11pm; .: 12m-4pm and 7:30pm-11:30pm
Veggie - CLOSED
Address: Calle Cinegio 3, Zaragoza
Phone: +34 976 24 81 70
Hours: Tues.-Thurs.: 11am-midnight; .: 11am-1am; Sun.: 12pm-5pm