Where to eat a good vegan pizza in Madrid
You can't miss... the Barbacoa pizza. Where? Paseo de la Castellana 89.
Pizzi & Dixie
Pizzi & Dixie is delicious proof that Italian cuisine does not have to be at odds with veganism. In fact, they are on the list of the best pizzas because they make them like in Italy. "To make them we follow the Neapolitan tradition. Our dough, in addition to being completely handmade, has a high hydration and a long fermentation, which makes our pizzas more digestible." Of course, you can also eat pasta, risottos and burgers, but we always want pizza.
"They have an extensive menu with a repertoire of Italian pasta and of their pizzas I prefer the Calzone. They innovate a lot, the ingredients are of high quality - like the San Marzano tomato - and they have some with activated carbon dough. The entire menu is vegan ," explains Paula González Carracedo.
You can't miss: Calzone pizza with San Marzano tomato, vegan cheese, mushrooms, olives and plant-based bacon. Where? San Vicente Ferrer Street 16, Malasaña.
Choose Ristorante Naturale
If at Pizzi & Dixie they claim to follow the Neapolitan tradition, Choose Ristorante Naturale holds the title of the first 100% vegan Sicilian restaurant in Spain. Pastas, risottos, salads, but, above all, pizzas with homemade dough made daily. "The know-how of many Sicilian generations in the hands of their chef Giada. It shows that they know the techniques and make light and flavorful pizzas," confirms the founder of The Vegan Agency.