Its establishment dates back to 1996, when Amalia Boerr first opened its doors. Today, her children continue to operate the restaurant, offering a delightful fusion of Swiss-German, Italian, Spanish, Argentinian and Arabic culinary influences.
The restaurant’s menu showcases a wide array of homemade recipes, encompassing delectable starters, flavourful specials and an assortment of enticing main courses.
Renowned guidebooks such as Le Routard and Lonely Planet highly recommend Vegetariano de Alcazabilla for its excellent value for money and its ability to cater to both traditional and alternative palates.
Among the restaurant’s notable specialities is the Alcazabilla salad, a refreshing combination of lettuce, tomato, onion, courgette and guacamole, all enhanced by a soy-honey vinaigrette.
Guests can also indulge in delectable carrot pancakes or savour the flavours of soy and seitan burgers.
To complement the dining experience, Vegetariano de Alcazabilla offers a selection of certified organic wines sourced from various regions of Spain.