Review: loVeg is certainly one of the best placed veggie restaurants in Prague, if you're a tourist. It's located on Nerudova, the most popular route to the famous Prague castle. If it were not on the fourth floor of an otherwise unassuming building, it'd be impossible to miss. As it is, you have to look out for the sign a little - but that stands out well enough. The food was great, albeit just short of something I'd rave about. I had their burger, and everyone agreed that was excellent - but I've made similarly tasty burgers at home. That's both praise and criticism rolled into one here; on the one hand, home-made burgers are usually the best. On the other, I expect more than just the convenience of not having to buy ingredients and cook from a restaurant. Similar things apply to the other main dishes the group I was eating with chose. All the food was absolutely without flaw, but missing a little kick of inspiration. The starters were another matter, however - all of them were absolutely outstanding. We did not try desserts. Prices are slightly above Prague standards, but not prohibitively so. The only thing I disliked about my experience was the wait time for the food to arrive. We were there just after lunch time. The restaurant was fairly full, but not entirely packed. In that situation, we had to spend almost three hours total in the restaurant to have our two course meal. The upshot is that if you bring plenty of time and expect good food, it's an excellent experience! If you expect a gourmet treatment or a quick lunch, it might not quite live up to your expectations.