5 PLACES TO LUNCH IN BARCELONA

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THERESAS: Carrer de l'Argenteria, 31, 08003 Barcelona, Spania

I have already mentioned this place for you, but here we go. You can find Theresas a few places in the city but we went to the one on the adress above. This place has everything a gluten free and vegan wants and needs to try! Tacos, burgers, juices, cakes, salads, toasts etc. Perfect spot for lunch, a snack or a take out late at night! You have to try the veggie burger, its to die for!

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BRUNCH & CAKE: Carrer d'Enric Granados, 19, 08007 Barcelona, Spania

I had seen this place on a few Instagram pictures and thought it looked cute, healthy and delicious! It was, but I was a little disappointed that it wasnt a lot of options for me on the menu. They have a dragon smoothine bowl that I really wanted, but I wasnt allowed to get it without the granola on top.. which wasnt gluten free.. lost case. Anyway I had a yummy almond latte and protein salad bowl which was super tasty with guac, hummus, sweet potatoes, brown rice, lentils etc. And their cakes looks way to good!

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FLAX AND KALE: Carrer dels Tallers, 74B, 08001 Barcelona, Spania

A place I had planned to visit, but suddenly forgot and then got reminded on Instagram and we went there for a late night snack/dinner. My boyfriend had fish tacos and said it was super delicious and I had a kale salad and it was also super tasty! They have a lot of vegan and gluten free options and a very cosy atmosphere!

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CORNER COZY CAFE: Av. del Marquès de l'Argentera, 7, 08003 Barcelona, Spania

Corner cozy cafe suits its name, its the perfect spot to stop and refuel especially if you are out and about in the city. They have comfy chairs on the sidewalk perfect for people watching, tapas, sandwhiches, coffee, smoothies, juices and so on. You could stop by for a New York bagel to go or sit down and enjoy a caprese and an ice cold drink.

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LA BOQUERIA: La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spania

I feel obligated to mention this place, so last but no least everyone traveling to Barcelona should experience this food market on La Rambla. Its the perfect lunch spot as well since you can walk around and buy cheap and fresh foods. Excuse the weird banana on the picture above, but they do have plenty of delicous fruits, smoothies, tapas, sweets and other types of food. I had the best ice cream made of 100% strawberries and coconut! Yum! Could walk (eat) around here for hours.