Yesterday I wrote my tops tips for what to do in Barcelona, one of my favourite cities in the world. Here’s the second part. covering one of the best aspects of the city – where to eat, drink and go out in Barcelona Read more
People constantly ask us how we coped as vegetarians in meat-loving Buenos Aires and the truth is, it was one of the best cities we have ever been in for veggie restaurants. This is a list of our top 10 favourite vegetarian restaurants in Buenos Aires. Not all are 100 per cent vegetarian but instead have great vegetarian options. You can find more in our posts on vegetarian puerta cerradas, Palermo’s best cafes and cheap, vegetarian fast food in Buenos Aires. Read more
Tea and cake in a good cafe is one of my favourite things, and during my time in trendy Palermo in Buenos Aires there was no shortage of options to choose from. This is a round-up of my favourite 10 cafes in Palermo in no particular order. All have wi-fi and vegetarian options. Read more
Finding vegetarian food in Palermo is easy, but finding a cheap vegetarian snack is quite a bit harder. I spent a few evenings not wanting to cook at home nor fork out for a full meal, walking the streets and struggling to find an option. Hopefully this list will help you if you find yourself in a similar situation. This is my run-down of the best vegetarian fast food in Buenos Aires. Read more
We love food and meeting people so were instantly taken by the idea of puerta cerradas where someone opens their own home as a restaurant, kind of like a public dinner party. The concept is really popular in Buenos Aires and features some of the city’s best dining. Unfortunately, most are meat-heavy affairs, but we were delighted to find some incredible vegetarian options. We visited two while in the city – Casa Felix and Jueves a la Mesa. Read more
Everyone told us Brazil was terrible for vegetarians and, on the whole, they’re not wrong. Expect to see a lot of cheese, bread and deep fried everything. However, there are a number of saving graces, such as per-kilo restaurants, excellent fruit and palmito. We were also delighted to find some excellent options in Rio. They’re not that cheap, but everything is expensive in Brazil and we were happy to spend some cash in-between eating in. So what is the best vegetarian food in Rio de Janeiro?