Pastva

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Nádražní 54/102 (at Praha 5), Prague, Czech Republic, 15000

Vegan cafe and restaurant est. 2015 close to Anděl metro station. Offers changing daily menu with soup and 2-3 different meals plus fresh baked goods. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-11:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-12:00am. Kitchen closes 9:30pm.

Category: Vegan, Western, Beer/Wine, Bakery, European

Reviews (16)

First Review by Tereza-soucitne.cz

Great food! - Edit

This is one of the best vegan restaurants in prague with a nice atmosphere and great food.

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The best vegan restaurant there is! - Edit

Amazing food and atmosphere! Very interesting menu and large portions.

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So full - so much food! - Edit

We had a great dinner at Pastva. Double burger is seriously big, we could've split it easily. The olive tapenade pasta is so good (must love olives lol which I do). Neither of us could finish our meals the portions were so large. Atmosphere was great. Make a reservation online.

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Great vegan place - Edit

Pastvas double cheese burger is probably the best and biggest vegan burger I've ever had. Their lunch menus have allso been great, especially the soups. Pastva is also pretty and cosy. Great place!

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Excellent Burger - Edit

I ordered the double burger without knowing the size it was gonna be. Took me a while to finish it, never eaten such a big burger in my life, but it was delicious and the place and menu was also very nice.
Easily reachable from the Andel metro station.

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Well worth a visit! - Edit

We went there twice on our trip. The Latin burger and pasta were both delicious. I definitely recommend if you end up over in Praha 5.

Pros: Friendly staff, Delicious and varied menu

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Nice, but busy - Edit

Pastva is one of the nicest vegan establishments in Prague. At lunch they serve a set menu with one soup and a couple of choices of main. I ordered a tofu curry dish which tasted disappointingly mild, but the beet bourguignon was excellent. The evening options are better, when there is more choice. The burgers are so good, and the cakes are even better!

It's a nice place with a relaxing atmosphere, though at lunch it was so crowded we had to wait for a table - booking might be a good idea.

Pros: Tasty food

Cons: Crowded at lunchtime

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Lecker! - Edit

sehr leckeres Essen! Ist jedoch auch gut besucht.

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Long Live The Pastva - Edit

Absolutely the best vegan restaurant I have visited so far.
I love their food, drinks, atmosphere, staff, place and it is also very close to my home.
If someone, like me, wants to eat something different than vegan fried food, boring soups and salads - this is the paradise waiting for you. Best cider and beer available too.

Pros: Food, drinks, menu, Staff, Place

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Casual dining - Edit

We had lunch there and liked the 2 things we got and there were a number of unusual menu items to choose from. It's much-needed in that neighborhood, which has few options amongst a large mall and chain places like TGIF. Staff speaks English well enough to navigate, and was super-nice. Due to the lackluster neighborhood I don't think we would make a special trip there again, given only a week in Prague, but we liked it. If you're using the bus station to have a day trip, this place is a block away!

We ALWAYS appreciate 100% vegan places!

(They have beer and some hard liquor too--we spiked our fresh watermelon lemonade with rum.)

Pros: mellow vibe during the day

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missing the main dish - Edit

It was several times I visited that lovely place and they had already eaten the main and the only one salty dish. In the lunch time around quarter to two and they were not able to delete it from their list, so everybody is asking for one food and the other is not so good - sweet dumplings ? :/ or salad. They cook ussual food from 3 o clock, so more then one hour without having the only main salty food for anybody :/:// not so good food as in different places, its just a good place and calm

Pros: good place, possible to reservate food and table

Cons: early missing the salty lunch, not good service, not good sweet and expensive

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Might have been 5 stars - Edit

I really liked their food. The burgers were super-tasty (but Latin one was also super-jalapeno), and I liked tortilias too, but they spicy too. Wanted to try king mushrooms but... Well.

On the first time we came here hoping for mushroom dish we came too early. Somewhy their lunch option is not an option: in lunchtime mon-fri they have ONLY lunch menu, and not the main. So we had seitan with potatos and spinach and well that wasn't quite interesting dish.

Second time we came at evening, but they just didn't have mushrooms so we still were unable to try them out. Pity.

Pros: Tasty, friendly staff

Cons: You can't have main menu during lunch, Not all dishes might be avaliable

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Excellent - Edit

We really liked the restaurant. Nice choice, excellent burgers and vegan deserts. Polite staff. It is better to reserve a place in advanced (even a few hours is enough) because the place become quite popular.

Pros: Nice selection, Open at weekends, Good staff

Cons: Too popular, often difficult to find a place, Can be noisy

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no more food after 9pm - Edit

You need to go there early, otherwise you can only eat cake.
Also the address says 54/102 but you have to go to nr 102, not 54 :D

Pros: friendly staff , good selection review , good burger

Cons: no dumplings

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Fresh creative vegan food - Edit

We both were pleasantly surprised with the creativity and freshness of the food ! Got a pate for an appetizer and a burger (yes please, finally!) as the main course. Raw chocolate cake as dessert. All delicious! Will go back for the vegan comfort food fix when we're in Praha.

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Very good! - Edit

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

Pros: friendly staff, nonsmoking, excellent food

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