Its name sounds like it should be a supermarket, and in fact it is partly one since, as well as a restaurant, it also features a bookstore and a bazaar, where customers will find everything from cosmetics to yoga lessons. Ecocentro, considered almost 100% vegetarian (some of their dishes include cheese and egg), only serves organic produce, rejecting all chemically treated products.
One of their specialties is the seitan-filled mille-feuille. The menu also includes dishes such as cream of spinach with mint, the botanist's salad-with four types of greens: lettuce, chicory, radicchio and spinach, cherry tomatoes and an orange juice dressing with mustard and spring onions, or the chocolate coulant with horchata mousse, berries and nut tuille for dessert. This restaurant with a free and easy, youthful feel is in the Chamberí district and received the 2006 Award for the best specialist organic produce store from the Spanish Ministry of the Environment.