Heavy on the meat subs
Posted on 07 / 04 / 2011
I popped my Loving Hut cherry in Brighton this summer and on a recent trip to Prague I couldn't resist going back. It's located approximately a 10 minute walk from the Astronomical Clock area.
It was really busy at lunchtime when we arrived, but there are plenty of tables and because it also does takeaway boxes, it didn't end up too crowded.
The food is pay by weight, alternatively you can order set dishes from the board. The one thing I don't like about the Loving Huts is their over-reliance on meat substitutes. My food was good but my meat-eating other half had to finish my meat-sub patty because it was just *too* meaty and heavy. Each to their own :)
Probably the best thing was the selection of vegan puddings. They had banana chocolate cake and some sort of vanilla sponge with soya cream. I didn't feel left out in a city where meat is practically a way of life!
Overall, I like Loving Huts, and they're usually in cities where it's hard to find other vegan restaurants, but I couldn't eat here every day.
Well known chain, 100% vegan, English-speaking staff
Heavy meat subs, A little expensive