Cozy, warm and something different – Mimimi

captura-de-pantalla-2016-12-17-a-las-12-22-58Celia and Marc are the owners of “Mimimi”, this new vegetarian and cultural space in the center of Granada. Coming from a three years stay in Switzerland, they have created a very cozy place mixing ecological, indie and north european influences. “We are going to work here, so we have made a place like our perfect home to stay here a lot of hours if it works like we want”, tells Marc, passionate of creating new sandwiches to surprise every day with different meals. “Mimimi” is an alive place to drink an ecological juice of orange, carrot and apple, talk with your friends about Love of Lesbian (the music band), taste a salt and sweet vegan burger, or to read a piece of Schopenhauer caressing our fox of felt called “Paqui” in a lonely corner.


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15178177_1149093475160089_8298125764285744331_n“We are not a coffee place, neither a restaurant; we are “Mimimi” and everyone can made his own concept of us. If you come here to make a pijama party with your friends, you are going to find the perfect place for this too.” explains Celia, the cooker of the vegan and no-gluten cakes of carrot, banana or pumpkin with a touch of cinnamon.


If you want to discover a special place in Granada, “Mimimi” is your big deal. Take a look between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m everyday less on working Mondays near the Profesor Fontbote square, and feel the experience.

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Author: Mark

Mark spent a number of years living in Spain and more recently in London he is now back in his home town of Dublin, where he is a website designer and blogger amongst a number of other professional and social interests. He runs his own website design agency and digital consultancy - Digial Chief, drop him a line or check out the site: Digital Chief

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