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    ( 25 reviews )
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Opatovicka 17 (at Praha 1), Prague, Czech Republic, 110 000

Vegetarian food restaurant preparing modern style dishes with changing seasonal ingredients and inspired by Czech specialties and international cuisine. Non-smoking. Since 2012. Open Tue-Sun 11:30am-10:30pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, International, Western, Czech

Reviews (25)

First Review by halvore

Incredible - Edit

This is a super cozy, friendly and hidden restaurant in central Prague in which I had dinner with my family. It's small so booking a table in advance is definitely suggested, but it's well worth it since it serves delicious food with funny and friendly staff, and a very homey interior. All the food we had (6 dishes in total) plus drinks were delicious!! Even those who usually eat meat will be satisfied with their yummy burger or Thai curry!

Pros: Cozy, Delicious food, Friendly

Cons: Mostly non-vegan (although some options available), Few tables, Small tables

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Not much vegan dishes to choose from - Edit

We came to Estrella especially because it is not so centrally located and were very disappointed. There weren't a lot of vegan dishes to choose from and the ones who were vegan were dishes like curry which you can usually find in Asian restaurants. There was only one vegan dessert (malabi). The waiter was rude and it felt really crowded there.

Updated from previous review on 2016-09-10

Cons: Location, Small vegan variety, Rude waiter

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Decent - Edit

I arrived without a reservation, and so I was told to settle for a spot in the bar. I was feeling quite allergic (pollen), so I'm not sure if my choice of main course, some thai soup, was the best one, because I was sweating profusely by the time I was done with it. I must admit it was a very good dish though.
My spot in the bar allowed me some insight into their kitchen, where I noticed staff didn't cover their hair, which I believe is standard for hygienic reasons, and that one of the cooks was sporting an apron with the logo of the most popular junk-food death corporation there is! It didn't affect the quality of the food, but it sure felt ironic and weird.
More disadvantages include that they only accept cash (which is not mentioned in their menu) and that their pannacotta was labeled as vegan, but if you still insist that you want it vegan then they will serve it without some sort of non-vegan pastry that apparently accompanies their original version.

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amazing place - Edit

this place is great, nice atmosphere and the food was sooo good!!!! we shared a lentil paté as a starter and then had salads and a yellow curry, everything was more than delicious!!!! there's only one vegan dish among the mains, but just ask, you can get a couple of others in a vegan version. very friendly and helpful staff.

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Absolutely delicious food - Edit

The staff were super nice & attentive. Many items on the menu were vegan and we thoroughly enjoyed every course!

I recommend the pho and sundried tomato tapanade.

Can't wait to go back!

Pros: many vegan options, very aware staff

Cons: book in advance. always full

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Best vegetarian experience in Prague! - Edit

Very helpful staff and lovely but small dining area. Although the menu was mainly vegetarian, there were a few vegan and raw options. The quality of the dishes was exceptional. I would highly recommend!

Pros: Delicious and unique dishes, helpful and friendly

Cons: Pricier, smaller menu than other Prague veg-restau

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Nice vegetarian restaurant - Edit

Schönes kleines besseres Restaurant, was aber auch ein bisschen teurer ist als manche anderen Sachen in Prag. Es gibt leider nur ein veganes Hauptgericht, es könnten auch ein paar mehr sein. Dafür gibt es noch vegane Suppe und Dessert.

Pros: Gemütlich, sehr lecker

Cons: wenig vegane Auswahl

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worth a visit - Edit

From monday to friday they offer really good menu, consists from soup and main dish for 125CZK.
Cooking international cuisine, their specialties is Middle Eastern cuisine. But beware the food is not always suitable for vegans.
For me best option near Národní street (Prague center). during work week. Minus is that there are only few tables, sometimes is not possible to sit.

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nice place - Edit

really a cozy place. friendly staff. unfortunately they had only one vegan main dish. would be nice, if the number will be increased. we will visit it again next time in Prague

Pros: nice place

Cons: less vegan options

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Fantastic food & service! - Edit

Went with a group of vegetarian, vegan and meat eating friends and everyone really loved this place. The food was fantastic and the staff were super friendly and gave us the best service we've come across in a long time. If you go to Prague, definitely make sure you eat here.

Pros: food, service, everything.

Cons: cash only - this isn't really an issue as there is

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Great burgers - Edit

Never thought I would get this excited over a veggieburger. This is one of my top 3 so far. (the other two are Matsuontoku and The Grange)

So well put together, loads of great leaves without it falling apart, the homefries were perfect. Definately go for the red onion relish!

Will be back again, the craft beers were also great!
I know you might think "well how good can a veggie burger be?"

The answer is: mindblowing. Go there now!

Pros: Friendly staff, Good beer options, The food

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Nice bistro in central town - Edit

Small and cosy bistro hidden on a small street in central town, close to the river and other tourist attractions. Had a dinner for two for less than 400 CZK, with drinks included. Intimate interior and good service.

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delightful in all respects - Edit

A tiny, cozy little place out of the main tourist center by only a short distance, but enough to keep it quiet. The menu is small but everything I had was excellent. The service is also a pleasure. Even in a city with numerous vegetarian options, this one is worth visiting. A little amuse-bouche only added to the experience.

Pros: tasty, great service, reasonably priced

Cons: small menu

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Good food quality, short menu, nice staff - Edit

Best vegan/vegetarian restaurant in Prague in terms of food quality.

The waitress was very friendly to us and for what we could see, also to the rest of the customers.
Rather short menu, with not many vegan options. The red lentil pâté (starter) is very good, so was the curry with rice noodles, veggies and tofu.
Prices very low compared to other European countries:wine+water, starter, main dish for 10€ each.
The location is not very good (you probably wouldn't go that specific street if it wasn't for the restaurant) but it's definitely not a bad area, if there's any in Prague.

Really worth a try!

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