Veganland - Karlovo Namesti

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    ( 13 reviews )

Karlovo nám. 2097/10 (at Praha 2), Prague, Czech Republic, 120 00

Vegan buffet and shop with a few locations in Prague; this one opened 2017 in Charles Square Center. Offers buffet with Asian style dishes and some salads. Pay by weight. Open Mon-Sat 10:30am-8:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, American, International, Buffet, Salad bar, Take-out, Vietnamese

13 Reviews

First Review by Davidlp

Not the healthiest - Edit

The opening was delayed. Which is not such a big deal but it would be nice if they at least let us sit and wait inside for we had luggages etc.

Another problem was the language - no czech nor english. Although it could have improved since our last visit.

Meals were ok but there was not much for people with gluten intolerance and the taste was also not that overhelming.

Pros: Stuff looked kind

Cons: Missing allergens list, All junk

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can't lie about this place. - Edit

First off its in a mall with NO bathrooms. That's right the bathrooms in the mall were out and they told me to go next door to the train station. The food is buffet style and I got there one hour before close. Let me summarize it like this, it's all the vegan junkfood that we love but it is done so badly, it's just not worth the unhealthy Indulgence. It's like the McDonald's version of loving hut on a very bad day. Sorry to say, are usually don't post things are less than great, but I couldn't help myself this time. Also Lady was in the kitchen yelling and screaming and carrying on about something. She came out to pick up some trays and had a terrible look on her face the whole time as if someone shot her dog. This is kind of a miserable atmosphere.

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Pizza - Edit

Got some pizza for dinner, it was good but not traditional pizza. Will give it another visit for sure, looks good! :)

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Love it! - Edit

Food is sooo amazing in this Veganland! I went there in May, 2017 and I loved my food so much but portions were so huge, I barely could finish what I took! This canteen mainly prioritizes on asian food, but it also got other cuisines as well. Food was SO good, my boyfriend was even stealing my soya meat (and in fact, he is a meat-eater). 10/10!

Pros: tasty, cheap, wide options

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Nice buffet - Edit

It's actually a lot like Loving Hut. But there's always some sushi as I understand. Super delicious soup. Easy to find and extremely close to Metro. We did not expect vegetables to be spicy though.

Pros: Cheap enough, Close to metro, Easy to find

Cons: Unpredictable spicyness of food

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Perfekt Sushi - Edit

The Buffet was not aliable at 20.00 but the food was amazing!

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Cheap and delicious - Edit

This place is very similar to loving hut. You can choose what good you want, if you want low carb than this is easy here. In normal vegetarian restaurants low carb is almost impossible.

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vegan buffet - Edit

I have had frim the buffet there. I was a little bit disappointed, because the food wasnt warm and there was little variety than i expectwd. The staff was also super impersonal, like in a cantine. Nice if you are hungry and wanna have some fried maki or basmati rice, but there are better option is prague to eat out!
I guess the menu you can order would have turned out better.
If you are at charlse square, than this is an option though. Its located in the shopping center.

Pros: self service, menu

Cons: bit to cold food, staff was uninterested

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Good! - Edit

Great food, good variety, reasonably priced, nice staff!

Pros: Lots of options Nice staff Fairly healthy

Cons: Similar foods available on different visits

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A restaurant with a wide range of meals - Edit

The restaurant has been in Atrium for 3 or so months and there is always a customer snacking on something, so I would say it managed to catch an interest of people working in the area.

The buffet offers similar meals as another chain in the city, Loving Hut, probably because both adhere to same spiritual teaching by Ching Hai which supports vegan restaurant chains across the world.
The menu consists of rice, noodles, eggplant in coconut cream or "na cerno" (in a black sauce), salads, tofu in various sauces, spring rolls, fried cauliflower, steamed veggies or burritos.
There are also vegan cakes or a prepacked set of sushi. A glass of water enriched with some fruit is available for 5 CZK.

If you are not interested in what the buffet offers, you can choose from the menu which is divided into multiple sections like vegan pizzas, macrobiotic sushi, burgers, asian cuisine or salads.

When I worked nearby, I tried a margherita pizza, sushi set and the buffet a couple of times.
I still prefer my sushi from another restaurant chain, Sushi Time, but pizza was delicious and very light yet filling. They prepared it for me like in 10-15 minutes.
And I could always choose something in the buffet and was satisfied. The price is per weight.
They generally rely on the taste of ingredients and don't use spices much.

The area had always been clean and the staff polite and nice.

It is definitely great to have another vegan restaurant with reasonable pricetags in the centre.

Pros: Multiple food styles (American, Asian), Good value, Vegan pizza!

Cons: not much spice in meals

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Very good value for money in Prague - Edit

Before travelling to Prague we did some research on HappyCow. We wanted something fairly fast, simple, cheap, tasty and open till quite late (including Saturday);
nothing far from where we were right then, nor totally unhealthy, posh or fancy. In the end, we went out for late lunch 5 times to 4 different locations/3 different chains.

Coming from a country where vegetarian (not to say vegan) restaurants aren't so commonplace we are modest and do appreciate the fact that we don't have to scrutinise every single ingredient and examine the staff (like at fancy non-veg*n places).

We visited VL 3 times in a row, once this branch. It offers a self-service buffet (eat in or take away). Everything is vegan and clearly labelled (ingredients, hot/mild). They charge for water. You pay CZK 24 for 100 g. Some items (desserts and drinks) are priced individually. Apart from the buffet you can pick from the menu which is on the wall (burgers, quickies, sushi, mains, pizza, macrobiotics). After lunch time you pay only CZK 19 for 100 g and after 7 pm you pay about CZK 90 for all you can eat.

When we went there, it was very quiet, hardly any people. We had a bit of everything: fried noodles, plain rice, roasted veggies and potatoes, coated cauliflower, spring rolls, omelette, soy kung pao, stewed veggies, boiled peas and corn, wraps, mayo potato salad, stir fried veggies, plain chickpeas a beans, couscous salad, various salads, soy goulash with veggies. There were some more types of salads as well as cooked meals. Unfortunately, we were too full to have another piece of their delicious tiramisu which we had the day before in their Milady Horakove branch (one of the best we'd ever eaten).

Overall, we found the food in VL nice and, what is more important, it seemed palatable to our fussy 2.5-year-old son too. Just one negative thing, like I said we went to VL 3x in a row and the meals hardly changed at all. One more positive thing, our son got a complementary smoothie from the waitress who happened to serve us all 3 times we went there:). Btw, the food reminded us very much of LovingHut. It makes me wonder who copies off who.

Updated from previous review on 2017-05-19

Pros: lovely, variable and filling food, clean space, friendly staff, desserts, reasonable price, clear labelling, off-peak discounts

Cons: meals don't change much in time, charging for water

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pretty damn good - Edit

the buffet was good quality and seemed to have cooks regularly changing the food. Good spread of choices from the hearty and healthy, cooked and raw, some fried stuff, sushi. The price is okay. expensive compared to cheapest food in prague and eastern europe but normal for the quality and cheap by west europe standards.

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Pretty good. Very similar to loving hut. - Edit

All vegan self-serve and you pay by weight. The food is fine. Particularly for a quick meal. It seems exactly the same as a Loving Hut to me.

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