Respond to Review of Loving Hut - Londynska
Review: I was skeptical when I discovered that the Loving Hut was a branch of the Quan Yin sect led by "the suprmeme master Ching Hai." I wasn't sure about supporting such a group, until one evening found myself being led down a street to a so-called "jidelna." Normally I understand this word to mean a cheap Czech cafeteria, so naturally I was surprised when I saw the Loving Hut in front of us. We dined on spring rolls and fried noodles and drank some really nice juice - they had 1 litre for 56Kc so we brought home 3/4 of a liter of juice. Not bad! The food was rather good! I was surprised how a spring roll of rice paper, rice noodles, a little lettuce and soy meat could fill me up! The dipping sauce was excellent and seems to be their trademark. I can't speak about the buffet they seem to offer but I think i'd like to try it. The staff was super friendly and spoke Czech and English, althuogh I can't say how well. Just make sure you don't change your mind about something mid order like we did! Across from us there was some meeting of vegan activists, a large group of Asians (couldn't make out what language it was exactly) with Gucci bags celebrating something, and couples on dates. We dined under some orignal art work of the supreme master and her books and pamphlets can be found throughout the restaurant. The atmosphere is nice but unique. It has a sort of vegan commercial restaurant feel - which would make sense. While I am going to stay away from the supreme master's cult but I think I will be returning to try more of their menu. The price, by the way, was just right. It was exactly half the cost as our favourite veg restaurant in Prague.