When I first moved here there were very few options for vegan breakfast in Prague. Finding brunch, especially vegan brunch in Prague was almost unheard of too.
Well, things have changed…a lot. Not only are there loads of places you can get vegan breakfast and brunch in Prague, but the options are also absolutely delicious. Think pancakes, tofu scramble, avocado toast, and donuts. Oh so glorious vegan donuts.
I recently started a Youtube Series to showcase some of my favorite vegan finds around Prague. Below is the latest video. Here is the full playlist.
So let’s dive in and talk about the best vegan breakfast in Prague (and some brunch options too)!
By the way, I have a lot of other vegan Prague articles on this site. Check them out too –
- The Best Vegan Food in Prague! – Guide to my absolute favorite vegan food in Prague. The best vegan, vegetarian, and vegan-friendly restaurants in Prague here!
- The Best Vegan Desserts in Prague – Where to feed your vegan sweet tooth in Prague!
- Guide to Eating Out with Non-Vegans in Prague – All the best non-vegan restaurants in Prague to eat at with your omni friends!
- Vegan Shopping Guide to Prague – Where to get vegan groceries, clothes, shoes, and personal products in Prague!
- Vegan Guide to Ceske Budejovice – Venture outside of Prague and explore this city’s growing vegan scene!
Okay, let’s do this!
I think I’ve been to Moment hundreds of times now. It is in my top three list of favorite restaurants in Prague. One of the reasons I love it so much is because of their incredible breakfast options.
Chickpea omelets, tofu scramble, pancakes. You just can’t go wrong here, and since it’s 100% vegan you can have anything on the menu. Plus their coffee is delicious, so go crazy!
My favorite option is the tofu scramble. It’s seriously delicious, comes with loads of scramble topped with coconut “bacon”, sausages, toast, and mushrooms.
Moment is also dog friendly, so don’t hesitate to bring the pup along with you!
Satsang – Vegan Brunch in Prague
The fist time I visited Satsang I was blown away. The restaurant’s decor and vibes remind me of ones I’d frequent when I lived in Brooklyn…thankfully minus shitty loud music.
When I first tried the vegan brunch options at Satsang I was again blown away. The options are excellent here and include tofu scramble and vegan pancakes.
Let’s talk about that scramble first. It’s unlike any other tofu scramble I’ve ever had. In fact, I have no clue how they make it but I love it. Plus you can choose toppings to add to it from a long list of ingredients. My favorites are mushroom, jalapeños, spinach, and scallions. The tofu scramble comes with a side of toast and either potatoes or salad. Don’t act crazy. Opt for the potatoes.
The pancakes are also a delight. You can choose to top them with candied walnuts, strawberries, bananas, or blueberries and they come with pure maple syrup. Add the bottomless coffee and you have a recipe for a proper morning sugar and caffeine rush. If that sounds intense, you can always order the bottomless mimosas to level yourself out.
I usually go to Forrest Bistro for lunch. They have a different menu every day and the best vegan Pho I’ve ever had.
However, Forrest also has an awesome breakfast menu. Their tofu scramble is incredible and, while I haven’t tried them, their pancakes and omelettes look amazing too. They also have superb coffee and high quality tea from Tea Mountain (the best tea supplier in Prague).
Slow Cafe is my favorite spot for a lazy afternoon coffee, but they also serve breakfast. The cafe is vegetarian so the options are a bit limited and change regularly but there is usually at least one option on the menu. When they have vegan pancakes on it, do yourself a favor and order them. They are delightful.
Just check with them in advance to see what they have on offer. Give them a call or message them on Instagram, they’re usually pretty responsive.
NOTICE: DONUT SHOP IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED AND RELOCATING TO A NEW SHOP. Please be sure to check their social media or contact them before visiting to see if they have reopened.
Saturday is my favorite day of the week. Not because it’s the first day of the weekend, but because I almost always have a vegan donut from Donut Shop on Saturday for breakfast.
I adore Donut Shop. It’s not totally vegan but half their donuts are vegan, which means there are usually at least six options. They also have a vegan bagel breakfast sandwich but I’ve never tired it because I just can’t pull myself away from those donuts.
Do yourself a favor and try the vegan pandan coconut donut (shown above). You’ll be in heaven.
Donut Shop also serves high quality coffee and has plant milks for those of you that bastardize your coffee.
PS – I am fully aware that there is an all vegan donut shop in Prague. I’ve tried it a few times and am not impressed…at all.
If you’re in a pinch, running late to get out and explore all those beautiful sites in Prague, and just want a quick coffee and breakfast cake then head to one of the several Mama Coffee shops in Prague.
They serve some of the best coffee in the city and have a few sweets in their case that are vegan. The vegan poppy seed koláček is my favorite, but it’s rarely available. The banana bread, chocolate bábovička, and cinnamon rolls are all good options too.
Mama roasts their own coffee, so you know quality is a big deal to them. Plus, you can even buy some beans take home with you. Win Win.
Sociální bistro Střecha
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Sociální bistro Střecha, or just Střecha, is one of my favorite vegan restaurants to go to for veganized Czech dishes. The schnitzel and potato salad is fabulous.
Additionally, Střecha serves brunch on Saturdays. Each week has a different theme. It might be waffles vs scramble, Japanese, Polish, British, Christmas themed, or something else equally as exciting. No matter what it it, it’s sure to be tasty and big. You’ll never leave hungry here.
In addition to awesome vegan brunch, Bistro Střecha is a social enterprise. They employ people who have been homeless or incarcerated and need to get a leg up in life. It’s an incredible cause to contribute to.
You can check their Facebook page to see what the next brunch theme is here.
Awesome vegan avocado bread (if you live in Prague you know how rare that is), smoothie bowls, vegan porridge, and usually vegan sweets. That’s what vegan breakfast at Coffee Room is all about. Oh, and of course delicious coffee.
The one drawback to Coffee Room is that it’s hella busy and pretty difficult to get a chair at one of the few tables in the cafe. So go early…or you’ll likely end up going elsewhere.
Fun fact: Coffee Room is the sister cafe to my favorite Donut Shop (above).
Bowl & Tonic
Disclaimer: This dish normally comes with baked beans, but they’re not my thing so I ordered it without them.
Bowl & Tonic is a vegan-friendly restaurant serving expertly prepared meals in bowls. As the name implies they also have specialize in G&Ts.
Seeing as breakfast isn’t the ideal time to order a stiff cocktail I opted for the Vegan English Breakfast. It was one of two vegan breakfast items on the menu, the other being avocado toast.
The bowl comes with vegan sausages, avocado, and roasted mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, bell pepper, and garlic. Three hearty slices of toast and a small salad accompany it. YUM!
As mentioned above, it usually comes with beans but I ordered it without.
Places I Am Planning to Try Soon in Prague that have Vegan Breakfast Options –
- Happy Bean – I hear they have vegan pancakes!
Did you have an awesome vegan breakfast in Prague that’s not on my list? What about brunch? Tell me all about it in the comments section below!