Review: I had been warned about the Czech cuisine before I set foot in the country - bacon and cheese are added to literally everything, and the veggie dish is always just deep fried cheese. I was therefore astounded to find Maitreya just behind the Tyn Church in the centre of Prague. I dragged my two meat-adoring companions there twice during the week. They absolutely adored the lasagne and chilli. I treated myself to vegan Kung Pao tofu and a Thai dish, a fresh pear juice, with a starter of vegan sausage and sauerkraut. The sauerkraut was VERY strong, but tasty and perhaps too filling for a starter. However I enjoyed getting to taste proper Czech cuisine vegan style! Overall, it's a beautiful place, downstairs is a serene sanctuary with a wee waterfall and wooden furniture. The staff were pleasant and most spoke good English. There were a large number of vegan options on the menu and others could be 'veganised' if required. Thumbs up!