The 5 best vegetarian restaurants in Prague
1) Clear Head / Lehká Hlava
You might struggle to find this restaurant on a street that is actually a courtyard. The initial effort pays off after which you will gladly trade in any steak in the world for their amazing grilled goat cheese with walnuts, spinach and a potato gratin. Book well in advance and ask for a table in the backroom 'under the stars'.
2) Bistro Střecha
A vegan bistro that is a social cooperative, offering the homeless and former convicts a new career. The international menu miraculously also includes Czech classics, using robi ‘meat’ as a substitute for beef tenderloin in svíčková. Their daily lunch menu will set you back just 5 euro. Wash it down with a pint of Chříč beer.
3) MyRaw Café
If raw vegan is your religion, then you might just need to close your eyes and nose to make it through the gourmet passage that leads to this cafe. Once there, you will be rewarded with a healthy daily lunch menu, delicious cakes and coffee served with nut milk.
In this vibrant vegan bistro, an international team led by a French chef prepares a variety of dishes from around the world. Get ready for vegan pizzas, cucumber steak tartare or an entire tasting menu, all of which is served on beautiful plates. Lovely garden in the summer.
On the ground floor with its green-shuttered windows they serve modern vegetarian cuisine in line with the latest international trends and Czech tradition. Refined, original and reasonably priced cooking. The attentive and friendly staff will make sure your visit is enjoyable.
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