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Barcelona's Best Healthy Food Spots

Combine healthy with delicious in Barcelona, the sun-kissed city that combines history and modernity.

by Marissa McCloy

Cheese and Cake

Enjoy a healthy breakfast, brunch or lunch at this ‘No Boring Food Place’ run by a couple from Uzbekistan. Cheese and Cake offers a wide variety healthy and vegan options, to be accompanied by a delightful cup of coffee. The eatery is located near Sagrada Familia, making it a healthy and convenient option for the hungry Barcelona traveller.


Photo courtesy of Cheese and Cake’s Facebook page.



Rasoterra, a bistro that uses locally sourced ingredients, has been applauded as the best vegetarian restaurant in Spain. Nestled in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, Rasoterra boasts a selection of organic, biodynamic wines, in addition to seasonal tasting menus. Stop in for a wholesome, vegetarian and vegan-friendly lunch or dinner.


Photo courtesy of Rasoterra.

Petit Brot

This inviting restaurant specializes in raw food and is a popular option both for eating in and taking away. Petit Brot’s generous selection includes healthy lunch dishes, smoothies, granola and cold-pressed juices.The eatery’s drinks and foods are homemade, prepared with 100% plant-based and unrefined raw ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible.


Photo courtesy of Petit Brot’s Facebook page.

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Green Kiss

Grab take away or enjoy a healthy salad, bowl, dessert, tosta or sandwich in Green Kiss’s charming cafe or terrace. Green Kiss serves a variety of creams and starters, detox juices and smoothies to accompany your meal.


Photo courtesy of Green Kiss’s Facebook page.

A Tu Bola

This street food options rounds out the best of healthy eating in Barcelona: A Tu Bola prepares dishes of meat, fish and vegetarian balls for a quick, yet satisfying, bite. The spot’s famous balls are prepared with local, fresh products, and can be enjoyed as tapa, with salad or on pita bread.


Photo courtesy of A Tu Bola’s Facebook page.

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