Vegan Portugal, where to eat (guide) • Cook the Beans

If you are a vegan, vegetarian or just a conscious eater and live in or plan to visit Portugal, then perk your ears… this is for you! Ana from Cook The Beans has just published this short guide on where to eat vegan in Portugal. Also, follow her blog for excellent and authentic vegan recipes. Thanks Ana… and keep them coming! 💚🌱 — Lane Beck, 4 May 2018, San Diego CA

Being a vegetarian/vegan in Portugal is not easy, especially if you are traveling relying mostly on restaurants and cafes. But there are some great place, you just need to know where 🙂
— Read on cookthebeans.com/2018/05/03/vegetarian-vegan-portugal-where-to-eat-guide/

2 Replies to “Vegan Portugal, where to eat (guide) • Cook the Beans”

  1. I’m an unconscious meat eater although I also eat in vegetarian restaurants. I can highly recommend Évora’s Salsa Verde. It right across the street from where I work and I go there once or twice a week. The food is great, the jazz-sound ambience is great and the owner is very nice.
    As an Azorean-born, the archipelago is very troublesome respecting vegetarian places to eat. The Angra do Heroísmo (the place has a long history) is located in one of the nine islands, and probably there must be other vegetarian places in São Miguel (the biggest island). But the Azores are widely known for the high-quality meat, fish, shellfish, etc… so one cannot expect to find the same offer as in a big city. But, if you ask politly in some restaurants they usually make-up a plate with the ingredients you ask, as I have experienced several times while dinning with friends. Usually people just complain and criticise instead of trying to explain in a polite way their food choices and asking for it.
    all best
    http://www.fajazinhawatermill.wordpress.com

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