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Dhaba Beas - Vladislavova

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 13 reviews )
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Vladislavova 24 (at Praha 1), 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.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Salad bar, Take-out, European

Reviews (13)

First Review by ffflame

Good Indian food - Edit

Good location in the center (there are more branches around the city), nice and clean. Food was excellent, not too spicy and in a form of a bufet. You pay for the weight: 20,90Kč/100g (aprox. 0,77 € - depends on the exchange rate), which is a reasonable price. There is diffrent food every day, always also a soup, salad and some dessert.

Pros: inexpensive food, friendly stuff , good location

Cons: descriptions rarely in English

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Good Indian buffet. - Edit

Really convenient as it was right by our hotel. Food is priced per 100g, except for samosas/spring rolls which are separate at around 30 crowns per piece. Salad and soup available. Really good dhal and a nice mixed veg and tofu curry. Water jugs are on every table.
Cost around £7 for two adults.

Pros: Good curries, filling and not too spicy.

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Nice North-Indian food - Edit

Delicious Indian food, not spicy but well seasoned. Food is in buffetstyle, and you have to pay by weight, exept for some items like samosa, roti en sweets (like barfi). They offer some vegan and raw options, but for lacto-vegetarian it is paradise. Staff is friendly and tries to help you in their best English. After 8pm you get 40% discount. Restaurant is near metrostop Mustek, behind the Tesco mall just opposite of the 'moving silver head'-statue.

Pros: Inexpensive food, Nice atmosphere, Several options

Cons: Few English explanation

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Poor value for cold food - Edit

Having been amazed by the prices and quality of veggie food in Prague we were very disappointed here. The staff were not friendly and the food was basic, plus there are optional extras that cost a lot more which are poorly marked. Plenty of better places to go.

Cons: Unfriendly , Food almost cold, Limited vegan options

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Great cheap indian food - Edit

The place is very casual and relatively cheap, with a large buffet with many different options for both vegetarian and vegan food. Price is by weight of the tray you fill up.

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Groovy Indian - Edit

Wasn't quite sure what to expect, but the buffet style is convenient and easy, due to language barrier reading the menu was a challenge, but the staff were friendly and able to point out the vegan options (which were quite a few).
Clean modern interior, with a simple uncluttered atmosphere. It's a shame they don't do a vegan lassi, one of the things I do miss.
Conveniently close to public transport.

Pros: Free water

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Good central location - Edit

Good central location just of Narodni on quite an elegant street. The outside is quite impressive and inviting. It's very functional, nutritious and wholesome consisting of Indian style dishes with good emphasis on pulses. The menu of the day is only 95 CZK, which is a total bargain. Great to see a chain pf vegetarian places doing well and I hope this becomes a trend in all European cities in the future.

Pros: nutritious, cheap, healthy

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Reasonably priced - Edit

Because of the language barrier, I wasn't always certain that I was actually getting vegan food. Sometimes a dish would be marked vegan, but usually only one dish would be marked and sometimes none at all would be marked (although when asked the staff would tell you that there were vegan options and might tell you which). This place was reasonably priced as far as I remember.

Pros: reasonably priced

Cons: vegan options not always marked

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decent grab - Edit

Place has a nice atmosphere, very casual. Staff was very nice, but be prepared to do some guessing if you don't speak Czech. (We did just fine without knowing any) Some food was marked veganske, other dishes that looked vegan weren't marked. The food was pretty good and moderately priced. Lots of free water, which is always nice!

Pros: cozy, casual, pay by weight

Cons: wish their was more vegan signage

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OK - Edit

Restaurant is situated convieniently behind Narodni Trida metro station, though at the moment it is unconvieniently right beside construction site so the views from windows aren't very appealing. The food is basic indian food. Free water.

Pros: open until late

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