Quick, healthy, homemade food to takeaway is not easily found in Barcelona. It is, however, in high demand. One entrepreneurial hub which has cottoned on to the gap in the market is Seeds, located in the Eixample, on the corner where Villarroel meets Londres. Space in the small premises is maximised to showcase a varied selection of home-cooked dishes and sweet treats, buffet-style. The fresh buffet is filled with delicious food, bursting with homemade goodness, including traditional meat and fish dishes along with some great vegetarian options. The focus is on the use of organic ingredients, avoiding the usual fats and salts often associated with takeaway food. They serve salads of a different calibre, using healthy ingredients such as quinoa and chickpeas, to ensure a high nutrient level. For mains, you can choose from a selection of stuffed baked potatoes, aubergines, courgettes and empanadas. The range of desserts varies, but if you’re lucky you’ll get to try their delicious brownies. Seeds offers creative dishes with original flavour combinations, and the menu changes each day. So, ditch your cheese sarnies and treat yourself to a feast.
Seeds. Villarroel 204.