This phenomenal vegetarian restaurant, owned by the presidents of Slow Food Barcelona, is open for lunch when they serve up a fantastic and affordable set menu from which you can choose one, two or three courses, all made with purpose and care, and off the traditional vegetarian path – that is, with a lot of imagination and using rediscovered recipes.
At night they bring out the big guns – a menu full of of homemade pasta dishes and international cuisines. Most of the ingredients come from their own garden in nearby Sant Feliu de Llobregat, and you can tell by the excellent flavour from the first bite. They also serve wine and craft beer. Nothing like the old idea of vegetarian food à la Bugs Bunny.
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 9am-5pm; Thu, Fri 9am-1am; Sat, Sun 10am-1pm.|
|Transport:||Jaume I (M: L4)|
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Tasty, rich, creative and amazing vegetarian food. Raso Terra has a lovely, relaxed environment, with evidently passionate staff. I loved how understated it was. A must for all veggies visiting Barca. On a three day trip, we visited twice. Says it all really.
Unbelievable - its quite simple. Such a lovely place, staff were beautiful and lovely. Food was delicious - HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend to all that visit Barcelona whether vegetarian or not!
This was an extraordinary dining experience-- the staff could not have been more enthusiastic and informative, the place was beautiful in a simple & elegant fashion, and some of the dishes were truly spectacular (and we are picky). All of the food was delicious-- there were a few dishes that just stunned-- peas for dessert? Don't ask-- it worked.
Amazing. Totally amazing. Def one of my best 5 meals ever - and we (as lifelong veggies that have travelled a lot) think that's a big compliment.
Also, works well with kids - we were there on a Friday night until about 10.45pm, and nobody batted an eyelid that there was a 2 year old with us.
The address on this is wrong. This address is for Palau Square which is NOT the case. You want to go to Carrer Palou which is a completely different district. Placa de Palau is in the Gotic district - Carrer de Palou is in the Grazia district. Thank you Time Out for wasting an hour and a half of my time in Barcelona.
I totally disagree with the below review. We went last night and we are still talking about it (and yes....still drooling as well). Food is Good, with capital G...Well presented (even though to me appearances are the last yardstick for the final vote...), the flavours are rich yet delicate (most of veg restaurant leave you with a staggering will to get into the other first restaurant next door coz you are still hungry..here I felt quite satisfied..and I-m almost 95kg :P), service is professional and HUMAN (the owner whose name I forgot is very detailed in the menu explanation, very humble, not pretentious at all) and the quality-price relation just outstanding in our humble point of view....LAst magical touch, we went with a couple of friends with our 3 noisy kids and, when asked if they were bothering (and believe me THEY TRULY WERE....) we just got replied "Not a bother, we are child friendly here"....We did not have a chance to taste the desserts but we will get back there very very soon...bravissimi