So in alphabetical order…
This place has a great buzz and I would highly recommend for a quick pop in, considering the vegan food they have on offer. Carnaval is all about fusion so you won’t be surprised that I had patatas bravas with dim sum – the perfect combo for any sunny afternoon 😉
Geographic Bar (Jávea)
I adore this place for breakfast (and dessert). Geographic Bar are incredibly happy to adapt their breakfast for us vegans and even nicer, they serve churros and if you didn’t know already… CHURROS ARE VEGAN! So I am always happy to stop for a cafe con leche de soja here because it means I can stuff my face with my yearly quota of churros 🙂
La Cocina (Jávea)
Located a five-min walk from the port on a quiet street, this family-run restaurant has a chef who is plant-based and the staff seem to understand and respect veganism. They have a specific vegetarian and vegan menu, and are very open to adaptations upon request. They stock vegan ice cream and plant milks and even have a vegan red wine on the menu (not labelled, but you can check Barnivore). The food is genuinely delicious, very inventive and flavourful with not a bland salad in sight. Most of their options can also be made gluten-free.
I do not recommend vegans (or anyone with a food allergy) to dine at salt.
If you would like more information, please find my TripAdvisor review here 🙂
As the only 100% plant-based café in Jávea, V-Thos is most vegans’ first choice for breakfast or lunch. Usually closing at 4pm, evening set menus are occasionally offered. Everything on the menu is homemade and locally sourced, most of the dishes are, or can be, made gluten-free, and oil and salt are used sparingly in the cooking. The carrot cake and the black bean brownies alone make it worth a visit!