Vegetka is quite a small venue, which I'm not quite sure how to describe as it doesn't reallz have a cafe nor restaurant vibe. For the Czech speakers reading this, jidelna is probblz the bets description. Everything is vegan, so no explaining or questioning needed, and it is possible to choose between a menu of main dishes or a buffet, costing 22czk per 100g. I thought the offer of fee soup and tea for those purchasing over 100czk worth of buffet items was very good value. There are also raw cakes and sweets available (not part of the buffet), and some groceries such as soya chunks, there be be brought, although it does not have a clearly-marked shop section. My partner and I tried the buffet, which consisted of battered vegetables, spring rolls, rice, noodles and a few different types of stir-fried vegetables. All of the items tasted fine, but were rather cold! This was disappointing as it was 1pm, therefore lunch time and not the tail-end of the buffet. When not serving, the owner sat in one corner telephoning, which given that we were the only customers present, made me feel a little unwelcome. Not the best atmosphere therefore, but it's the cheapest out of the vegan restaurants in the area, and ok for a quick bite without too high expectations.
Cons: cold food, priced by weight