Prague was recently named the city with the most vegan restaurants per capita in Europe. That means not only can you finding marvelous vegan food for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner but you can also find magnificent desserts all over the city.
Here are my favorite spots for Vegan Desserts in Prague.
Moment Vegan Cafe & Bistro
It’s not a coincidence that Moment Vegan Cafe & Bistro tops the list of places for vegan dessert in Prague. Moment has a savory food menu that includes tasty burgers, breakfast bagels, falafel, soups, and sandwiches but their vegan dessert are where they really shine. I could write an article solely devoted to how much I love their desserts..seriously, they are that good.
When you go, look for the dessert cup (a whipped “cream” and chocolate cake layered dessert in a cup), the chocolate banana cream cake, or the banana bread. Passing any of them up would be, in my opinion, a mistake.
Sweet Secret of Raw
As the name implies, all of the desserts at Sweet Secret of Raw are raw. They offer a daily selection of cakes, smoothies, shakes, ice cream, and even cocktails. My favorites slices of dessert heaven here are the peanut butter chocolate cake, pistachio cake, and chocolate macha cake.
Sweet Secret of Raw has delightfully quaint atmosphere and is a great place to catch up with friends over dessert and coffee.
Creme de la Creme
Seriously, this is the best vegan ice cream I’ve ever had in my life. Full stop!
Located in Old Town Prague, Creme de la Creme is just steps from the town square. This Italian Gelato shop in Prague has 5 or 6 vegan options and vegan cones. Lines tend to be long but it’s well worth the wait.
Vegan ice cream flavors aren’t on display so ask a friendly staff member what the daily options are. If salted peanut is on the menu, don’t pass it up. It’s ooey-gooey-creamy-good!
Plevel Restaurant has a full menu offering raw and vegan food, a daily selection of vegan desserts, and tasty beer, wine and cocktails.
Although the restaurant can get very busy during peak times, it’s a great place spend a few hours reading a book, nibbling on dessert, and sipping coffee.
The selection is constantly changing but make sure you try the Oreo Cupcake if they have it.
Puro is a casual vegan restaurant with a nice selection of sandwiches, bagels, daily hot dishes, fresh juices, and smoothies. They also have a tempting dessert display case filled with vegan chocolates, cakes, muffins, and bars. My go-to dessert here is the chocolate chip and banana muffin or the hemp chocolate smoothie.
Additionally, Puro is also a Veganz vegan grocery store and sells vegan sweets like Coconut Bliss Dairy Free Ice Cream, vegan chocolate bars, hazelnut and chocolate spreads, cookies, candy, and energy bars.
Loving Hut, my favorite vegan buffet chain, also has desserts. They have a small, but nice selection to choose from and the best thing about them (aside from how good they are) is that they are cheap! The dessert above cost less than $2.00. The worst thing about Loving Hut desserts is that I’m usually too full from loading up at the buffet to eat them.
Angelato is a gelato shop located in Prague’s historic center. It’s been open since 2007 and offers a variety of vegan sorbet flavors that change on a monthly basis (check their website for current offers). The servers are knowledgeable about the ingredients so just ask if the flavor you desire is vegan or not. I highly recommend trying the mango sorbet. It’s sweet, tangy, and exotically delicious.
NOTE: The above list of places to get vegan desserts in Prague reflects my personal favorites. Here are a few other establishments that offer at least one vegan dessert on the menu. If you know of others, please leave a comment below so I can add them to this list.
- Incruienti Restaurant
- My Raw Cafe
- Lehká Hlava – Clear Head
- Raw For You
Craving something savory? Check out my Vegan Dining Guide to Prague.
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