All Reviews by Tereza-soucitne.cz
U Rajske Zahrady 14, Praha 3, Prague, Czech Republic
Best vegan burgers
05 Jun 2015
I think that this place offers the best vegan burgers in Prague (and lot of my vegan friends agree)! It is a pity that they serve meat as well, that this place is very smoky and full on weekends and sometimes loud (because of tv screening of hokey/footbal), but the taste experience wins :)
Ruska 152/777, Prague, Czech Republic
Amazing atmosphere, food inspired by macrobiotic
21 Oct 2014
This restaurant has very friendly staff and homey atmosphere. The food is very healthy and usualy great, but sometimes it was tasteless for me as I am used for lot of spices and I am not a big fan of macrobiotic cuisine. They offer quite cheap fresh juices and my favourite is orange with ginger.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday October 21, 2014
Neklanova 30, Praha 2, Prague, Czech Republic
very nice Loving Hut
08 Oct 2013
This restaurant is located in the amazing house built in the cubist architecture style. The food is great as in other Loving Huts and they unline the other restaurant have vegan hotdog and mexican tortila at their menu. Between 11 am and 4 pm you can taste their self-service buffet.
Seifertova 13, Prague, Czech Republic
Amazing raw food
17 Apr 2014
I have not been a big fan of raw food and I had some bad experiences from other places but this restaurant changed my mind and if I was able to "cook" this way I would be raw foodist immediately! I had "pancakes" with marinated mushrooms, spinach and cheese-like garlic spread and it was amazing. I also tried cucumber soup which was ok and dessert called "Strawberry crumble" which was incredibly tasty! Unfortunately the restaurant is quite expensive (for Czech people) so I can't afford to visit it too often but I wish I could :) The interior is very elegant and crew is nice.
Updated from previous review on Thursday April 17, 2014
Trojicka 8, Prague, Czech Republic
Very delicious take away
02 Feb 2015
The café is quite small and there is no place to sit with friends (only two chairs so it is more like "take away"), but it is worth visiting! I had very delicious wrap with fresh veggies and home-made dressing, hot chocolate with almond milk and piece of cake which was also very tasty. Everything is vegan and palm-oil free so you dont have to ask. Staff is super friendly! There is a door-sign "pet - friendly" and my dog really felt welcome there :)
Rua Dr Alfredo da Costa, 52, Sintra, Portugal
Stylish cafe that tries
25 Jun 2016
We came in 30 minutes before closing time and were grateful for the vegan option of sandwich with tofu, pesto, mushrooms and veggies. For such a wedding style place the pricing was surprisingly moderate. The lemonade was really lemony and the juice of the day was orange with basil, which tasted less odd than it sounds.
Tyršova 1832/7, Praha 2, Prague, Czech Republic
08 Feb 2016
I strongly recommend to visit this place. It is take away, but you can sit there as well. I had amazing pizza with vegan cheese, hot dog and muffin. Also Fritz cola is very nice refreshment.
Hellichova 14, Prague, Czech Republic
Beautiful outdoor seating
18 Jan 2016
This restaurat has great location right near the Petrin park and funicular. It offers only three main vegan dishes (the rest is vegetarian, but you can ask for "no cheese") + hummus and salad, but the food is really tasty. The burger looks super delicious (see photos), is made with marinated tofu and goes with dried tomates and other vegetables, dijon mustard and turnip-carrots fries. Second vegan dish are rice noodles which does not look so great, but they are tasty, with fresh coriander! The third (and the best) one is thai eggplant which is really delicious (it is not marked as vegan but it is - I asked).
What I admire the most is the outdoor seating with beautiful garden and small gothic church. Indoor is also nice but smaller.
Updated from previous review on Monday October 19, 2015
Updated from previous review on Monday January 18, 2016
Dukelskych Hrdinu 18, Praha 7, Prague, Czech Republic
03 Dec 2013
This vegan restaurant is the part of the chain Loving Hut and it offers their typical vietnamese vegan food. If you like fake meat, I especially advise you Mi Xao (mock duck) or Cantonese Specialty.
Radlicka 117, Prague, Czech Republic
Fast food at the shopping centre
08 Oct 2013
The food is very good as in other Loving Huts, but I don't like the environment which is a huge shopping mall.
Slezske 62, Prague, Czech Republic
very cool place
05 Apr 2014
Moment reminds me hipster cafés in Berlin which I enjoyed very much. It has very friendly atmosphere and the food is delicious. Moment is perfect for breakfast and lunches. You can have a soup, main dish or some smaller meals like bagels, cheescakes and other sweet stuff. They also offer deilicious vegan cappucino (and other types of coffee), homemade lemonades, ciders, bears etc.
Koubkova 1726/8, Praha 2, Prague, Czech Republic
Cosy Loving Hut
14 Oct 2013
This is my favourite vegan restaurant in Prague, because they have amazing food as in the other Loving Huts, but moreover their underground interior is very cosy and it is suitable also for festive dinner. They do not offer alcohol, but they have very nice dealcoholated rose wine. I dont commend white and red wine - it is too sour. Their service is sometimes slower but it depends on the actual set-up of the staff.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday October 08, 2013
Dlouha 39, Prague, Czech Republic
Amazing raw sweets in very nice interior
13 Oct 2014
This café amazed me with the best raw cheescakes I have ever eaten - for example mango cake with coconut base tasted better than mango itself! Scrambled eggs from avocado were also delicious. Regarding drinks I strongly recommend the tea called "My Thai Organic" and selection of white vine. Interior is cosey with beautiful paitings on the wall and stylish pillows. I also need to mention beautiful bathroom. Futhermore, staff is very friendly and helpful.
Prices are quite high (for Czech people), but worth it. The only disadvantage is that you have to go pass the butchery with hanging animal parts at the beginning of the archway from Dlouha street.
Podebradova 23, Ostrava, Czech Republic
Delicious and cheap vegan food
22 Jul 2014
This small vegan bistro offers daily menu (soup and main dish) for 69 CZK, but you can also have Falafel burger with veggies for 50 CZK or Wrap (Tortilla with tofu, herbs and pickles) for 40 CZK. The food is delicious and very cheap! The only disadvantage is that there are not so many seats outside.
Nádražní 54/102, Prague, Czech Republic
14 Jan 2016
If you want to try authentic Czech vegan dumplings, Pastva is currently the best choice in Prague. Also they offer lot of veggie meals which are testful and healthy.
Recently they started to offer afternoon menu (next to the daily menu of 2 meals) so lot of options. Afternoon menu prices are higher but worth trying.
I also enjoyed drinking Ulticha maté mix drink (mix of maté tea, orange flavour and coke).
Also, there is a great organic food shop across the street (called Rozmaryna) and cosmetic store in the court.
Updated from previous review on Wednesday January 13, 2016
139 Moo 2, Ban Koh Pu, Koh Jum, Thailand
The best food I've ever eaten!
04 Oct 2014
This restaurant offers coconut curry and chilli, macaroni with cilantro, mango with sticky rice and many more amazing vegan food which is really the best food I've ever eaten. Also try amazing (dariy free) mango shake which is so thick that drinking straw stays vertically :) I also have to mention really nice and smiling owner Yai (other staff is nice too) and very relaxing roots reggae music playing in the restaurant. The interior is filled with many cute DIY decorations from nature or recykled materials. Wonderfulness of this place is enhanced by hammocks, outdoor seats at empty beach and amazing seaview.
Updated from previous review on Saturday October 04, 2014
Krymska 126/2m, Praha 10, Prague, Czech Republic
Perfect but expensive
05 Apr 2014
Plevel is one of my favourite vegan restaurants in Prague. The food is usually delicious (burgers, pasta, rice, hummus etc.) and the interior is modest but comfy. They also have a lot of raw meals. The speciality of this place is using of wild weeds in salads or side dish (which are edible, but most of the people don't know that). The food is quite expensive but they have also daily luch menu with several optionw which is cheaper. Sometimes they use honey therefore it is not 100% vegan.