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Loving Hut - Londynska

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 23 reviews )
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Londynska 35 (at Praha 2), Prague, Czech Republic,

Chain of vegan restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Each location is individually operated. Serves vegan food, coffee, non-alcoholic beverages, and desserts. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, Fast food, Take-out, Asian

Reviews (23)

First Review by camipassos

Amazing concept - Edit

I absolutely loved Loving Hut. Great concept for a quick lunch time bite or casual meal. Wish I had one at home. Staff were lovely, food was delicious and I like that it was priced by weight as you can eat as much as you desire.

Pros: Variety of options , Buffet style , Desserts are delicious

Cons: Busy at peak times

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Loving Hut is my favorite - Edit

I love LH. never had any bad food from them in Prague, good service, good value for money. Really like cakes here and always had goo experiences. Highly recommend

Pros: Great food, Nice service, Nice interior

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Nice relaxing lunch - Edit

This Loving Hut has a nice relaxed atmosphere, with calming music and a secluded outdoor area, and outside of the lunchtime rush it doesn't get too busy, unlike other Loving Huts in the city. The buffet is priced by weight and includes a mixture of salads, mock-meat dishes and battered vegetables. Raw cakes and vegan ice-cream cost extra, as do drinks except for chilled water. Staff aren't the friendliest, but I've had no problems other than a lack of politeness. As for food quality and flavour, I've no complaints!

Pros: fully vegan, good value, location

Cons: priced by weight

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good food for low prices - Edit

This loving hut was just around the corner of our apartment, so we went to eat there twice. The buffet had a small but good selection of food. on both days the rice was quiet dry but the fried stuff and vegetables were great. also water is free of charge.

Pros: all vegan food

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Not good, not bad - Edit

It was quite late when we arrive so the buffet didn't look ggreat. We chose a dish from the menu photographed on the wall behind the counter. It was not bad, but not impressive at all. It was really cheap so we didn't complained, it's good to put some food on your stomach if you're hungry but not like a fancy veg eat out. Maybe we did a bad choice and we should have chosen something more chinese to be tastier, I don't know

Pros: Price, Mix of east and west, Buffet and menu

Cons: The food was not impressive

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Favourite Loving Hut in Prague - Edit

I like this Loving Hut because of surroundings, great buffet and of course my beloved Beijing speciality.

Pros: Beijing speciality , Nice place

Cons: Can´t order from the list during lunch

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Nice buffet - Edit

I stopped by for the lunch buffet and got a pretty generous plate of food for a good price. There were a few crispy, deep-fried things (always the mark of a good Chinese buffet), an amazing aubergine dish, and a good balance between vegetables and mock meat. Recommended for a quick lunch.

Pros: Convenient, fast

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Bit Meh - Edit

Excited to see this in Prague as we have one in Brighton, although not visited it yet. Got here late and I think they wanted to use up the last of their hot food they already had ready (cheap - offered at 80kr for massive plate). unfortunately found it non descript and nothing to write home about. Hope having an off day and cos not long to closing..

Pros: Large Portions

Cons: All a bit Sloppy

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Really a gem - Edit

The restaurant is beautiful! It is placed just perfectly in the centre of town. The food was just great as well. They have a great range of dishes and even some veganized traditional Czech ones. You can also order a fresh smoothie or some delicious cake.

Pros: Inexpensive, The neighbourhood, Delicious

Cons: None

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Good variety of Asian dishes - Edit

At many Loving Hut franchises around the world, the focus on mock meats is so heavy that whole, unprocessed veggies can be neglected — but not so at this Londynska location. Here, fauxtein-oriented dishes still take top billing, but there are several dishes featuring broccoli, zucchini, bok choy, etc.

The aulac tofu (breaded with coconut flakes) was good. I can't really recommend the Thai curry here, as it was neither authentically Thai nor particularly tasty. One might be wise to stick to the Vietnamese options.

Drinking water is free and service is warm and friendly.

Pros: Good variety, All vegan

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Love it - Edit

Always happy to find loving hut as I know I will get clean unadulterated food that has not been cooked to tastelessness . In Prague there are three and we ate at two, same consistent good simple food as in USA and Australia. And good value. The staff speak English which is a bonus. Well priced, vegan, ok a bit salty but it is Europe . They have buffet by the weight or a menu and all located near a tram route in the suburbs but still near to the inner areas.

Pros: Simple clean food, Price, Staff

Cons: A bit salty

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Decent food, great cake, friendly staff - Edit

The food is by weight off of a hot food bar. Everything is vegan.

The lunch wasn't anything spectacular, but it was tasty, and the cake for dessert was really amazing. Staff was also very friendly and helpful.

Pros: All-vegan, Friendly, Cheap

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Love The Hut - Edit

My 2nd LH experience, the first being in Warsaw and all good things to report. Here you can do a buffet with all sorts of vegan mock meat delights and amazing spring rolls paid by weight or you can go for the usual super value set meals. 3 more LH to do in Prague, looking forward to more great experiences. Water is free for the first glass then 5 CZK thereafter. Enjoy Loving Hut, embrace the goodness.

Pros: value, food, plenty of seating

Cons: no alcohol

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Long time ago but unforgettable experience - Edit

I ate here in 2009 twice, left a nice review and even uploaded photos of the chocolate cake, rizotto and fake-steak we had here, but for some reason (I guess when Loving Hut extended to different locations, and reorganized the happycow pages) it was deleted.
Everything is vegan, only non-alcoholic beverages just as in any other Loving Huts all around the world. The food is amazing, however if you don't like the fake-meaty soy, seitan things (snooty health-oriented vegans usually don't) then this might not be your place. Mostly Asian influenced food though. However I have not been to this place since then, so there might be something new under the sun. Prices were really okay. I preferred the tables outside, since the weather was nice, however there are not so many, during lunch hours it can get crowded.
Updated from previous review on Sunday May 12, 2013

Pros: everthing is vegan, really good prices, huge portions

Cons: no alcohol :)

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Amazing Spring Rolls - Edit

We came here on a Saturday lunch. We thought that the all-you-can buffet would be on, but we had to order a-la-carte. We ordered the burger (which was tasty, but loaded with sauce and quite messy to eat), fried spring rolls with tofu (which were delicious), and pho (which was nice, but we would have preferred it to have less fake meat and more fresh vegetables). There was only one person serving, whose English wasn't fantastic and seemed a bit stretched to serve everyone - but did the job she needed to do.

Overall - a filling, convenient and affordable vegan meal in a very pleasant district of Prague - but not somewhere to have an incredible gastronomical experience or a romantic meal.

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Very good - Edit

This is located in a particularly nice area of Prague, away from the tours and tourist shops. The staff are very friendly and speak English. The food is quite good. We will go to other Loving Hut locations to compare them.

Pros: nice area, tasty vegan food, no smoking

Cons: none

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the best veghamburger of my life! - Edit

This restaurant is very good: I've eaten the best veghamburger of my life and a wonderful curry soup!! good prices!! Then staff was very friendly!!

Pros: good value, friendly staff, big portions

Cons: healthy cuisine

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Big like! - Edit

I already tried one loving-hut restaurant in vienna, so i chose to go for this one in prague.

It's located outside the old town, away from all the tourists.
If you're going there by foot, prepare that it takes about half an hour, but it's definitely worth it! Also, it's not difficult to find.

When I entered the place, i instantly remarked the cleanlyness and the bright colours. This makes a nice athmosphere. I got welcomed by the very nice staff.

I ordered vegetable-soup and chines fried noodles with "duck". The portions were very huge and so i had to fight to finish it all up, but i managed to do it^^
The taste was amazing, no complaints for this case. It was over my expectations.

The big surprise came when i asked for the receipt, i only paid about 8 euros for soup, huge main dish and beverage! No comparison to the restaurant in prague's oldtown. I was so happy that i got myself a nice fair-trade soymilk-coffee at a caffe around the corner.

As usual for loving-hut, everything is vegan!

If you want to have a nice vegan meal at a nice place, want to save some money and don't mind walking for some time, i can only recommend this place. I'll definitely go there again the next time i'm in prague.

Pros: Amazing food, cheap!

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Great vegan chineese - Edit

I have visited the london one before, this is great chineese food, the mock duck is especially nice. The portions are really large we got a starter and I couldn't finish my main. Only down part is its alcohol free

Pros: tasty, smoke free, cheap

Cons: no alcohol

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Lovin' Hut - Edit

I was skeptical when I discovered that the Loving Hut was a branch of the Quan Yin sect led by "the suprmeme master Ching Hai." I wasn't sure about supporting such a group, until one evening found myself being led down a street to a so-called "jidelna." Normally I understand this word to mean a cheap Czech cafeteria, so naturally I was surprised when I saw the Loving Hut in front of us. We dined on spring rolls and fried noodles and drank some really nice juice - they had 1 litre for 56Kc so we brought home 3/4 of a liter of juice. Not bad! The food was rather good! I was surprised how a spring roll of rice paper, rice noodles, a little lettuce and soy meat could fill me up! The dipping sauce was excellent and seems to be their trademark. I can't speak about the buffet they seem to offer but I think i'd like to try it. The staff was super friendly and spoke Czech and English, althuogh I can't say how well. Just make sure you don't change your mind about something mid order like we did! Across from us there was some meeting of vegan activists, a large group of Asians (couldn't make out what language it was exactly) with Gucci bags celebrating something, and couples on dates. We dined under some orignal art work of the supreme master and her books and pamphlets can be found throughout the restaurant. The atmosphere is nice but unique. It has a sort of vegan commercial restaurant feel - which would make sense. While I am going to stay away from the supreme master's cult but I think I will be returning to try more of their menu. The price, by the way, was just right. It was exactly half the cost as our favourite veg restaurant in Prague.

Pros: Tasty food, Price is right, Kind friendly staff

Cons: Cult

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Superb!! - Edit

I was most pleased when I entered this place... A calm, relaxing atmosphere, the cleanness, the food *oh! it looked so good, the greenpeace group that was eating there... everything was saying we love our planet, we love all the living beings, and we cook damn good for you in the heart of Prague, where non meat dishes are quite hard to find. THE FOOD IS DELICIOUS, you have a choice of a normal menu or the buffet, I went for the buffet, nd man was it good! I had my cousin nd my brother with me (meat eaters) nd they loved the food too!!!! the place has an asian touch, for it is a vietnamese place, nd the price is as good as the food, for a huge meal u pay about 6 euros!! Thanks guys to make my day the day I went to eat there! everything is fresh nd delicious!!!! Note: it was around two in the afternoon nd the restaurant was busting wiv people that worked nearby, loved to see that in a city that has such a meat based tradicional cuisine!!!

Pros: good price, fresh goods, delicious food

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