Eating at Rasoterra involves becoming part of a particular philosophy: specializing in vegetarian and vegan cuisine, the bistro is a symbol for the Slow Food movement in Barcelona. The three members of the culinary team believe that food is an act of love as well as a social experience.
In the Gothic Quarter where you find Rasoterra, space is ample, bright and comfortable, ideal to enjoy alone or with company, with books of every genre in both the dining room and bathroom so you feel at home. They offer quality, socially conscious food with all ingredients coming from their own garden in Sant Feliu or nearby organic farms. They also offer fresh sourdough bread.
The extensive menu changes with the seasons, and is constantly offering new dishes like the soufflé with poached onions, herbs and fiore sardo and the Banh coconut crepe with smoked tofu, spiced carrots and mushrooms. We also recommend the potatoes with cilantro sauce, vegetable and tofu gyoza, egg with smoked mushrooms and walnuts, and the carrot and daikon dumplings with chestnut satay sauce.
If you decide to visit at lunch, you’ll see they offer three menus called “ecoformulas” that are suitable for any budget.
To finish, enjoy one of their desserts – maybe a brownie made with oatmeal porter beer, blue cheese brûlée with mint and coconut, or try one of their house cocktails that are prepared with the same ethics as their meals.
Reservations: 933186926 email@example.com
Hours: Tuesdays from 1-5pm and Wednesday-Sunday from 1pm-midnight.
Price: approximately 10-15 euros.
Text: Nuria López Candela.
Photos: Cecilia Díaz Betz.
Translation: Annie MacDonald