What happens when you mix an organic restaurant and a supermarket? You get the Woki Organic Market. Divided into small areas based on gastronomic preference, the Woki Organic Market invites you to take a stroll and sit down at the place that tickles your fancy. Their motto is quite straightforward, “healthy and fresh”. With artesanal and ecological products apt for vegetarians, vegans and carnivores, Woki is sure to please. On the menu, you will find a selection of starters: roast beef croquettes, rocket and apple puree, milhojas made with vegetables and goat cheese (a layered pastry), tasty salads made from garden-fresh products with pumpkin seed, alfalfa sprouts and nuts, mango chutney or ginger. For the main course you can choose from many options, from tortillas (Spanish quiche), vegetarian and vegan hamburgers made from quinoa or algae, or for the meat-eaters try the butifarra (Catalan Sausage) with tomato concasse and green pepper. You can also count on a selection of fresh pastas, artesanal pizzas made with organic flour or fresh seasonal mushrooms, or gorgonzola ravioli with pears which are sure to be a hit for your palate. Besides all of these delectable goodies, their main attraction is the Wok. Choose from chicken, beef, shrimp, tofu, spinach, peanuts, among many others. You can also walk on the wild side with their selection of spicy sauces. If you are in a hurry, you can get the food to go, or you can purchase their products and make it at home. This quote from the market says it all: “We have a great variety of ecological products like Puicerver cheeses, wine from the Penedes, and meat from the Pyrenees. Coffee, grains, pasta, food for celiacs, meat, dairy, vegetable drinks, natural juices, ecological cleaning products, cookies, honey … everything you know and love, but all high quality.”
Average Price: 15 – 20 euros.
Open Everyday. Mon-Thurs 8h - 24h. Fri -Sat 8h - 1h. Sundays and holidays 12h - 24h.
Text: Alba Yáñez
Photos: Cecilia Díaz Betz
Translation: Brett Piron