I’m no hard-core Vegan, but I do like this option when in the mood for a meat-free meal, and I was craving vegetables after a few days in Prague, indulging in the typical Czech diet of meat and dumplings. The Vegan Restaurant – yes, that’s the name – has the best location imaginable. It’s a stone’s throw away from the Castle and St Vitus Cathedral, so I highly recommend that you make a reservation to book a table on their terrace, if you want to experience the absolutely astonishing views.
The Restaurant has a modern yet cosy feel, with a wooden spiral staircase that leads you to the terrace. The ambience is delightful, with lovely decor, and the food is delicious and filling. Prices are extremely reasonable and the portions are generous.
Friendly staff and tasty food are just two reasons why I understand that people can’t resist the temptation to eat here. When I arrived, the terrace tables were fully booked, but the friendly, courteous staff made a plan and I had the pleasure of sitting happily in the small courtyard.
I ordered a green salad with roasted nuts, consisting of juicy, colourful vegetables topped with sesame seeds and drizzled with Vegan mayo.
My body loved me after this, as I was feeding it the nutrients it craved. I was tempted to order another portion but wanted dessert too, so I ordered their raw raspberry cake, which had a delicate, nutty crust, creamy filling, and luscious chocolate ganache topping. It definitely satisfied my sweet tooth.
P.S. By the way they even serve organic beer and cola.