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Vegan and Gluten Free Brunch

Celiacruz, Russafa

A Sunday brunch always rounds out a great weekend with friends. Brunch is not as common in Spain as it is in the US, so finding a good brunch spot has been on the radar for quite some time. Dulce de Leche in Ruzafa is a popular cafe for brunch among the locals and offers a lot of tasty baked goods including croissants, pizza, and bagels. However, they do not currently offer gluten-free options.

http://www.yelp.es/biz/dulce-de-leche-ruzafa-valencia

My favorite cafe in Russafa is Celiacruz. Their kitchen is completely gluten free so it is safe for celiacs, those who are gluten intolerant, or those who are just watching their waistline… The best part? Most of their baked goods are also prepared without lactose! The owners are incredibly helpful and informative so don’t hesitate to ask questions about the ingredients of their tasty cakes, empanadas, and pizzas.

Every Sunday, Celizcruz offers a Sunday brunch. The menu varies each week so check their Facebook page for more information and call to reserve a seat…

https://www.facebook.com/CeliacRuzSinGluten?fref=ts

Lucky for me, this past week, the brunch was both gluten-free and vegan! Wow. A buffet table complete with a variety of homemade dishes and yummy dessert. Some of the dishes  I enjoyed were:

– Vegetarian paella

– Patatas al horno

– Hummus and GF bread

– Vegan pizza with spinach and raisins

– Vegan Mediterranean pizza

– Bean salad

– Lentil salad

– Pumpkin puree with almonds

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Let’s just say, I left completely satisfied. Give Guillermo a call if you have any questions. He speaks both Spanish and English. (And his mom is the chef!)

*Bonus Traveler’s Tip: Celiacruz prepares fresh-baked gluten-free baguettes everyday and has them available at 13:00 and 20:30 each afternoon. Be sure to call ahead to reserve one (or three) because they sellout quickly!

 

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  • Reply Vegan and Gluten-Free Options in Valencia, Spain – Bravas in the Sun September 28, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    […] – Cute cafe and gluten-free bakery in the heart of the trendy neighborhood of Russafa. Various baked goods sin gluten including gluten-free croissants, cakes, empanadas, fresh baguettes, pizza, and my favorite… gluten-free donuts! Other food allergies are clearly listed on all products. Great options for vegetarians and vegans. Read my review on their vegan, gluten-free brunch! […]

  • Reply Best Cafes in Valencia – Bravas in the Sun February 26, 2016 at 9:30 pm

    […] CELIACRUZ is my favorite place to go to for a 100% gluten free croissant or empanadilla. Because it is a cafe specifically for celiacs, there are many regulars and I can usually always find a cozy seat in the corner to sit with a cafe americano and work quietly. I am partial to the company of one of their gluten free chocolate donuts as well. Celiacruz offers a weekly, themed (Italian, Spanish, Vegan, or American) Sunday brunch, which is completely gluten-free for 10 euros. Interested in a vegan, gluten-free brunch in Russafa? Read more here. […]

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