Dhaba Beas - Belehradska

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Belehradska 90 (at Praha 2), Prague, Czech Republic

Group of self-service vegetarian dhaba buffets. Offers both Indian and European vegetarian food including salads and fresh juices. Food is priced by weight. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-9:00pm, Sat 12:00pm-8:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-6:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Fast food, Salad bar, European

14 Reviews

First Review by Bill_hog

Great indian food! - Edit

Indian food is one of my favorites so trying this restaurant was an easy choice. The food is infront of you, you just pick whatever you want, people weight it afterwards and you pay for grams of food. I love how they use different seasonings, everything tastes interesting and amazing and it doesn't matter if it's rice or tofu. Also you have a free water and smiles everywhere you look, always nice people when i visit.

Updated from previous review on 2017-11-15

Pros: variety of foods, environment, taste

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Exactly what you'd expect! - Edit

After a long day of walking around town, I initially just wanted to head to my hostel and chill for a bit before searching out dinner...but then I realised that that would probably require more work than just heading in whilst in the area, so I walked back the block I'd passed whilst making up my mind and popped in.

Being a buffet-style, pay-by-weight-style of eatery, you'd think the concept would be pretty straightforward: get a metal tray, fill as you desire, weigh, pay, happy day. It is, really, but only if you either know Czech or had read (and, importantly, remembered) the reviews online beforehand and knew that you're not meant to put the soups in the tray itself, as they're measured by bowl size instead. My luck being what it is, I recalled this just before going to pay, which allowed me to (very awkwardly) save an awkward encounter by ladling the soup into a bowl and covering up the rest with something else. (Phew.)

Once you've paid your delightfully cheap sum and are seated, though, you'll find that everything is great, if not predictably a wee bit on the tame side spice-wise. Plus, there's a jug of free water on every table - a welcome sight after having spent the day fruitlessly searching the city for a water fountain to fill up your bottle (and having had to pay for some at a restaurant the night before where your meal was 2.5x the price).

Overall, I was well pleased with my experience and would love to see a chain like this come to Vienna.

Pros: Only YOU can decide what & how much you eat, Great value, Free water, Gotta' love those metal trays!

Cons: No English to be seen (could also be a pro...), Instructions not clear unless you can read Czech

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The best self-serving vegetarian cafe I’ve ever been - Edit

Cheap, delicious, friendly, the best. That’s all I can say

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Great Indian food - Edit

Dhaba beas is a canteen style indian restaurant for both vegans and vegetarians. I love this place because prices are very low and they always mark what type of food it is (vegan or vegetarian) as well as add ingredients next to description. Place itself is very comfortable, staff - very friendly and food is amazingly tasty. Recommended for everyone!

Pros: cheap, wide vegan options, wide vegetarian options

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Excellent Self-Serve Veggie Fare - Edit

This excellent restaurant was recommended to us by our bike tour guide Adam. It has a prime location-right outside the spinning Kafka head by David Cerny. It is self-serve with lots of great Indian options to choose from and an ample salad bar. Highly recommend the lassis. In a city with limited veggie options, this is perfect for solo travelers, couples and families.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-20

Pros: Location, Food Choices, Ambiance

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Not very appettising - Edit

Self service Café [do it yourself]
The food at Dhaba Beas did not look appettising,
Apart from being a bit cold, the food tasted fine.

Pros: Fine if you are in a rush.

Cons: Cold and unappettising

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Great deal, esp during happy hour! - Edit

There are about 7 of these in Prague, we went to the one near the powder tower and the huge silver statue of Kaftka's head... you'll know what I mean.

Food was delicious! I kinda wish it was just a single price for unlimited buffet but the happy hour bargain is great, although of course the buffet isn't all stocked at that time.

Great indian food, my non-veg friend loved it too!

Pros: happy hour, indian food, many locations

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Good Indian Food. - Edit

We went to 2 outlets. Both were good. Seems food is made in a central location. We met one of the chefs. They are from India. From the north and south. Had excellent dosa also.

Pros: Good Food . Clean. Good Atmosphere

Cons: Does Not Accept Euros Or Cards.

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Delicious - Edit

Realy delicous food, in spite is every day similar, is very tasty.

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Pure vegetarian food in Prague - Edit

I saw Dhaba Beas restaurants listed on HappyCow and made a note to try them on my Prague trip. Very glad I did. The staff working at this one location was friendly, and the food was good and cheap. It's steamtable style where you can see the various dishes and choose what you want.

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Good Consistency - Edit

Essentially you don't really need to go all of the Dhaba Beas around Prague to enjoy different dining experiences. They are generally pretty much the same, the food is ready for you to choose and there's plenty of it. Healthy and filling, it's a cheap feed and ideal if you are walking about the city and happen to stumble upon one, which more than likely you will! Worth pointing out that this branch does a dhosa special lunch menu on Thursdays. Now you simply cannot go wrong with a delicious Dosa in my opinion.

Pros: consistent, cheap, decent location

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Ok - Edit

I had had good experience in other Beas restaurants, so I was eager to try this one. The experience was nothing to write home about: unfriendly service, big tray left me (a medium size female) very hungry. The food itself was ok, though a tad pricier than I expected, but the total experience ok.

Pros: OK

Cons: smallish portion

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Delicious - Edit

I went here twice during my stay in Prague. The food was tasty, but vegan options were very limited. On either day there were two dishes available at this cafeteria style restaurant that were vegan compatible. The rest contained, yogurt, cream, milk, cheese, etc. The portions were reasonable, but staff wasn't sure what was in some things. While they were happy to double check the contents of questionable dishes, I would have likely been out of luck if it had been busier in the restaurant that day.

Pros: delicious indian food, friendly staff

Cons: limited vegan options

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Similar to the other Beas in Praha 1 - Edit

Almost identical to the other Beas, although on a busier street. Still, very popular and in less of a touristy area.

Pros: delicious, well-priced

Cons: busy street

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