Where to Eat in Playa del Carmen if you are Vegan or Vegetarian

or if you just like to eat healthy

There are people who are very committed to their diet and healthy routine and even on vacation they will maintain that lifestyle they like that make them have the body they have wanted so much.

In Playa del Carmen there are several places with vegetarian and vegan options so delicious that you will not even notice that they do not contain animal protein!

Although if you are one of those who like healthy food but is not inclined by any of these currents, these places offer the healthy options of dishes based on fish or lean meat.

Then we share 5 of the options near the properties of Condo Hotels Playa del Carmen, as well as some suggestions more … You will love it!

1.-100% Natural

Located right on the famous 5th Avenue between 10th and 12th st, with a Selvatic ambience, the 100% Natural restaurant offers a variety of healthy, vegetarian and even vegan dishes from breakfast to dinner.
 
All the products used are of the highest quality, in addition to natural and fresh. You can find everything from freshly squeezed juices to more elaborate dishes based on rice and greens like Kale and spinach.
 
The schedule is perfect for those who like to wake up very early and like to eat something healthy even for dinner, from 7 am to 11 pm.
2.- La Senda Vegana
 
Being one of the first restaurants, proudly Playense, with a completely vegan proposal, avoiding completely the use of any product of animal origin, La Senda Vegana (The Vegan Path) offered you a culinary delight as you had never imagined.
 
You can try from very Mexican dishes, traditional burgers and cocoa desserts, all based on vegetable products and you will not even notice because the taste is delicious.
 
In the same way they are so committed to our planet that even the straws are biodegradable, without a doubt an entire experience for the senses.
 
You can visit them at their premises located on Av. 10 between 10th and 12th streets between 8:30 am and 10:30 pm.

3.-Bio Natural 
Bio Natural, is ideal to go to share with your  NOT vegans or vegetarians friends since in their menu they have options that also contain animal protein, always keeping a healthy line.
 
You can find a variety of dishes and drinks for any time of the day, from coffee, coconut water, to Enchiladas, even hummus.
 
To make matters better, Bio Natural has a store where you can get vegan items both edible and cosmetics, such as toothpaste, toilet soap, makeup, etc.
 
You can find them on Av. 10 corner with Av. Constituyentes with a schedule of 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and the store until 11:00 p.m.
4.-Bio Orgánicos

Bio-Orgánicos not only offers a delicious menu made with so much love that you will feel that your mother has cooked for you. They has a store where you can find organic and vegan products from local, national and international producers.

And if all this were not enough right there you can find a Yoga studio where the main styles are Hatha and Vinyasa, to bring a lot of energy to your daily routine.

Located on 26th Street North between the 5th and 10th Av, you have a really vegan/vegetarian restaurant with that Yucatecan touch that you will adore.

 
They open from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

5.-Aloha Raw Bar
 
 As the name says, Aloha Raw Bar is a small bar with all the tropical indie vibe that will make you feel in the middle of the jungle taking your food from the very nature.

In this very cozy space, since you will be attended directly by the owners, the specialty is the Bowls of Acai, a fruit from the Brazilian Amazon endowed with nutrients and vitamins, covered with fruits, seeds and grains … delicious!

Aloha Raw Bar reserves the right to create only delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian creations, NO ANIMAL PROTEIN in any way.

This small bar is open every day from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It is located at Av. 20 Norte, between 38 and 40 st. 

Some other options that we recommend you do not miss at all are: The Pitted Date and Clorofila 

1 reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *