From fine dining to fun brunch dishes, there’s plenty of choice in this city. Vegans, veggies and everything in between can happily eat their heart out here…
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Just a hop away from the Old Town Square, Maitrea is one of Prague’s proper plant-based restaurants, with vegetarian menus and a huge range of vegan dishes. There’s a daily specials menu where you can chow down on brown champignons with smoked tofu in vegan cream sauce with peas or a spicy kimchi side.
Whether you want a hearty breakfast or traditional Czech cuisine, this 100% plantbased cafe & bistro is the place to go. Moment has all sorts of tempting dishes on the menu, from tofu scramble to a seitan bagel with ‘cheese’ and jalapeños or homemade dumplings and cranberries.
Their brunch menu items are innovative, exciting and always changing to keep you coming back.
Forky’s is a fun spot to come for vibrant and tasty vegan fare, with both Czech dishes and international eats on the menu. They specialise in vegan street food and ‘fast food-style’ bites that are actually healthy. There’s droolworthy vegan ribs with mustard, horseradish, and sauerkraut, classic hot dogs and a gooey cheeseburger, as well as buddha bowls and wraps.
This stylish bistro takes vegan restaurants in Prague to a new level, with all sorts of tempting dishes to choose from. Think: vegan foie gras with crimini mushrooms, walnuts and onion jam to start, with mains including polenta gnocchi or a pappardelle pasta with roasted pumpkin sauce and eggplant bacon.
It’s ideal for a special occasion, with a sleek-yet-cosy vibe. Be sure to check out the daily changing cakes and desserts, too…
Fancy some comforting (and seriously delicious) vegan food? Sandokan is a cute spot that serves up some of the best Indian fare in the city. There’s a self-serve buffet with a range of tasty vegan salads and hot dishes, and the menu is all vegan and is 99% gluten-free and sugar-free. The dishes change daily but are always superb, and run until they sell out.
Feast on plates of creamy mushroom curry with cardamom, chili, cashew and green peas, and more.
Social bistro Střecha (The Roof) is a vegan bistro/café and social enterprise that offers employment and decent wages to people who are homeless or have recently served time in prison. As well as spreading good vibes, this charming cafe serves up amazing food. There’s all sorts of food on the menu. Highlights include beetroot carpaccio with tofu feta or the soy dumplings with red wine.
We also love the concept of pre-paying for a coffee or lunch for someone in need.
Craving some vegan junk food? You’ll be able to really pig out at this ’50s-style diner in Smíchov that also has traditional Czech dishes. Must-eats include the vegan hot dog, which is a smokey seitan dog with creamy mayo and sauerkraut, or the ‘fish’ and chips with mushy peas.
They change the specials dishes daily, and try to use as many local farm ingredients as possible.