Restaurant Rasoterra shows us with their vegetarian and vegan cuisine that greens have many nuances and far from boring.
In the historic parts of Gothic quarters, just of just of Plaça Sant Jaume bistro Rasoterra attracts veggie lovers from all of the corners of the world.
What would you say to sit next to the singer from Radio Head Thom York when he´s in town for a concert? I for one would fall of my seat!
Italians, Chiara Bombardi and Daniele Rossi run Rasoterra, the owners of Raroterra have many years of experience with in the gastronomic field and pioneers in the Slow Food Movement in Barcelona. Which means they work with most organic and locally produced ingredients.
The produces used in the kitchen of Rasoterra are either bought from local producers or is grown in their own vegetables in their garden just 10 minutes from Barcelona.
The locale of Rasoterra is luminous, painted in light colours combined with wooden tables, which gives it a modern but rustic feel to it.
The set lunch menu for 13€ (starter, main and dessert) or half menu for 11€ (starter + main or main + dessert) have a various dishes to choose from; vegan, gluten-free or km0. Every day sour dough bread is prepared for the clients and filtered water is on the house.
If you are not a fan of the Spanish set menu system and rather prefer small dishes to share, there is a good selection of seasonal plates at Rasoterra. What about baked chestnut mushrooms with cauliflower mash, kale chips and black garlic oil, 10€ or Catalan buffalo mozzarella with sweet potato, lime cream green beans and endives, 9€?
The dishes are creative, fresh and tasty!
Carrer del Palau, 5, 08002 Barcelona
Tuesday to Sunday 13.00h – 16.00h and 19.00h – 23.00h
+34 933 18 69 26