The warmth and friendliness of Le Petit Brot gives you the sensation of being in someone’s country kitchen, in the centre of the Raval. The shelves are lined with fresh wheatgrass and bean sprouts, giving customers an idea of just how fresh their produce is. Nothing goes to waste here with even the pulp being used to make tasty crackers and cakes. The smoothies and cold-press juices are made to order and nutrient-filled, with no additives or preservatives. The owners, Barcelona-born Laura and Czech native Ales, meticulously chop the ingredients ensuring you get the right amount of each flavour. Their passion is obvious. Whilst living in Belfast, the couple decided on a life change and became vegans, inspiring them to create what they call their ‘living juices and foods’. The organic ethos also stretches to the design of the space. Constructed and designed using recycled materials and natural paints, El Petit Brot is a beacon of sustainability. Drop by for a smoothie, juice or if you’re short on time, a quick shot of freshly chopped wheatgrass. A selection of daily dishes, homemade raw food snacks such as kale chips, sprout salads and even raw vegan cheesecake are also on offer.
Le Petit Brot. Doctor Dou 10.