Vegan Schnitzel and Potato Salad from Bistro Strecha in Prague

Vegan Prague Local’s Guide 2021 – 16 Best Vegan Restaurants in Prague

In Vegan Travel, Czech Republic, Europe, Prague by Randi Delano, Creator and Owner, Veggie Visa46 Comments

Looking for a vegan Prague guide written by a local? Wanna know where the best vegan restaurants in Prague are?

Then you’re in the right place!

If you’re surprised to learn that there are ANY vegan restaurants in Prague, you’re not alone. I was too when I first came here. In fact, the capital of the Czech Republic is a paradise for vegans.

Despite Czech cuisine is all about stewed meats, dumplings, and heavy sauces vegan and vegetarian restaurants have been popping up all over Prague, and a whopping 50+ of them are vegan! Nearly every month it seems like a new vegan restaurant opens.

How did this happen, you might ask?

Vegan Dining in Prague, Czech Republid

​Apparently the vegan food scene explosion in Prague is organic. According to one vegan restaurant owner I spoke to, Czechs have started to change their thinking about food and health and are very curious. They are happy to try vegan food even if traditional thinking is, if you don’t have meat in your food then you don’t have food.

There has also been an influx of health food stores in recent years, and since Czech’s are embracing international nutrition trends there is more of a market for vegan products and cuisine in Prague and beyond.

Thanks to the curious nature of Czechs great vegan food in Prague is abundant, and I’ve done my best to sample as much of it as possible.

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.

VEGAN IN PRAGUE ep.09 - Vegan Croissants, Sushi, Tapas + David Černý Exhibition!!

Best Vegan Restaurants in Prague + Best Vegan Friendly Restaurants!

Before we dive in…here are a few other articles about the vegan scene in Prague and the Czech Republic:

Without further delay, here are some of the best vegan restaurants in Prague Czech Republic. I’ve also included my favorite vegan-friendly restaurants in this guide so you have all the best options in Prague.

Please note – Some of my selections contain affiliate links. These allow me to earn a small percentage every time you make a booking. Using our links enables me to provide all the information found on this site free of charge.

Moment Kavarna & Bistro – A Favorite Vegan Restaurant in Prague

Moment Vegan Bistro and Cafe, Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: The Vegan Tofu Scramble, Cheesy Bagel Seitan, Svíčková, Chai Latte with oat milk, and obviously any of the decadent desserts.

Moment Vegan Bistro and Cafe is one of my favorite vegan restaurants in Prague. When I first moved to Prague, I went several times a week for coffee, breakfast, lunch, or desserts. Now that I’m more settled, and cook more, I go less but still often.

The restaurant has changed owners in the past years and the menu has transformed in that time. There are still classics like the bagel seitan (though, that too has changed over time) and tofu scramble, but they focus more on veganized Czech cuisine and Thai food.

Vegan Bagel Seitan from Moment in Prague

If you want to try something traditionally Czech, Moment is an awesome option. I’d recommend the Svíčková. It’s a meaty, saucy dish featuring Czech dumplings (that in no way resembles Asian or Polish dumplings).

They also have amazing, foodgasm-worthy desserts, and coffee, tea, beer, and wine. The setting is relaxed, staff are super nice, and it’s even animal-friendly so there are always at least a few dogs running around.

Vegan Omelette from Moment in Prague

VIDEO: Check out Episode 1 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Forrest Bistro – Vegan Prague Favorite!

forrest vegan bistro prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: The Pho and desserts

Forrest Bistro is a vegan bistro and espresso bar in the Vinohrady neighborhood of Prague. The restaurant offers a daily homestyle (Czech, Asian, or fusion) lunch menu, dinner, delicious vegan desserts, and excellent coffee and tea.

Additionally, Forrest also has a set menu for breakfast and dinner. Breakfast items include vegan pancakes, tofu scramble, and cheesy vegan chickpea omelettes.

Forrest Bistro is an excellent place to go for a hearty lunch or tasty dessert.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 2 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Pastva – Vegan Restaurant

Vegan foie gras at Pastva in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: The menu changes regularly but their pate or foie gras are always excellent

Pastva (which means grazing in Czech, not pasta) is a spectacular vegan restaurant in the Anděl neighborhood of Prague. It’s the perfect place for a celebration dinner or romantic meal. The food is absolutely phenomenal, and it’s obvious that the kitchen staff know what they’re doing!

The restaurant offers a reasonably priced daily lunch menu as well as a fantastic dinner menu with a wide variety of options to choose from. Some of my favorite items on the menu include the vegan foie gras and the lasagna. Pure heaven.

Before you leave, check out the dessert case where they have an ever-changing variety of vegan and raw sweets.

VIDEO: Check out Eating Vegan in Prague: Ep. 06 to see inside!

Shromaždiště – Vegan Pub in Prague

Shromaždiště Vegan Pub in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: The fish(less) spread is incredible, but then again everything I’ve had on the menu is great!

Shromaždiště (which means assembly place or meeting point) is a vegan Czech pub in Žižkov with nicely priced beer and food. 

This traditionally decorated pub is a few steps below ground and has a cozy atmosphere, and super friendly and welcoming staff. They offer Czech beer on tap, including pilsen and pale ale, and bottled gluten free beer. They also have wine, liquor, and soft drinks.

Zucchini Fries from Shromaždiště Vegan Pub in Prague

Shromaždiště has a fantastic pub grub menu with options like soup, fish(less) spread, beer battered hot dogs, soy curls with Czech dumplings, pickled sausages, and crunchy zucchini fries. Everything I’ve had so far has been delicious!

Note: Keep an eye on their Facebook page for special events and discount days, like “Thirsty Thursdays”.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 5 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Belzepub – Vegan Burgers in Prague

Vegan Beyond Burger at Belzepub in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to try: The Vegan Chili Cheese Burger.

As of January 2020 Belzepub is totally vegan!! This change isn’t really a surprise to me since they have always had some of…or maybe THE best vegan burgers in Prague.

The Zizkov bar has a variety of vegan burger options including vegan cheese and vegan mayo, as well as delicious fries, vegan onion rings, vegan fish’n’chips, vegan cheese sticks, and vegan coleslaw. Wash it all down with a frosty Pilsner Urquell (they have some of the best beer on tap in Prague in my opinion) and it’s the perfect greasy meal before a big night out.

Just make sure to check their website before you head there because they have weird hours, including not being open on Saturday or Sunday. Also, they stop serving food at 10:00 pm, so go early!

VIDEO: Check out Eating Vegan in Prague: Ep. 06 to see inside!

Forky’s – Vegan Fast Food in Prague

Vegan Burger in Prague at Forkys

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: The Vegan Cheeseburger and Fries!

A new vegan burger just rolled into town! Brno native, Forky’s, has two locations in Prague. One, mere steps away from the Staroměstská metro station and Old Town Square, and the other in Holešovice near Letná Park.

The spicy vegan cheeseburger at Forky’s is my favorite menu item. In fact, it’s so good I haven’t dared to try anything else on the menu. However, I’ve been told the kebab wrap is legit too!

The burger is incredibly messy and sinfully delicious. Slathered with a sauce of your choosing – spicy mayo for me – and topped with pickles, onions, tomatoes, and lettuce it’s enough to satisfy a 300 lb man. Add thick cut steak fries to that and you won’t really need another meal for at least 24 hours.

Forky’s also has vegan hot dogs, buddha bowls, kebabs, and other items on the menu. I can’t wait to try them all! 

VIDEO: Check out Episode 8 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Sociální bistro Střecha – Vegan Restaurant Helping the Homeless

Vegan Schnitzel and Potato Salad from Bistro Strecha in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to try: The vegan schnitzel and Saturday brunch. And the cheap, cheap beer!

Social bistro Střecha is a vegan restaurant and cafe is a social enterprise that offers work to people who are homeless or who have recently served time in prison.

The charming little cafe is located in the Žižkov neighborhood and offers diners simple vegan dishes, desserts, fair-trade coffee, and drinks at incredibly reasonable prices.

They serve a daily lunch menu from Monday to Friday and a set menu in the evenings. They also have a superb Saturday brunch offering pancakes, tofu scramble, and more.

The food is simple, homestyle cooking but will leave you feeling totally satisfied and happy you visited, especially since the bill will never break your budget.

Something I love about Střecha is that you can pre-pay for a lunch or coffee, or buy a voucher, for someone in need.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 2 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!


Vegan Hot Dog from Eaternia in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to try: Hot dog and Fries!

Hot dogs, and burgers, and fries! Oh, my!

The all vegan EATERNIA restaurant is a junk food Mecca. This 50s diner style spot in Smíchov dishes up veganized American, Canadian, Italian, Hungarian, and Czech favorites. The menu included vegan hot dogs, hamburgers, poutine, gnocchi, langos, and fries.

In typical Czech style, the restaurant also has a daily lunch menu with a soup and main to choose from. When I went it was a potato pancake with sauerkraut and tofu.

Having had a Beyond Burger the night before I visited EATERNIA, I opted for the vegan hot dog. A choice I did not regret! The sausage was smokey, the bread buttery, sauerkraut tangy, and the mayo…mayoey?

Of course, I got a side of fries which perfectly crispy and perfectly salted…something all too often not done well in Prague.

EATERNIA also has some awesome looking desserts which I opted to leave for my next visit since I was absolutely stuffed from the hot dog, fries, and delicious Vinohradský pivovar beer I washed it all down with.

If you’re in the mood for stellar vegan junk food in Prague, EATERNIA is one of the best options in the city!

Check out Episode 7 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Palo Verde – Vegan Restaurant

Palo Verde Vegan Waffles in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally vegan
  • What to Try: Waffles, Spanish Croquettes, Lasagna

Palo Verde is an all vegan restaurant and cafe that specializes in homemade pasta dishes and desserts. Additionally, they have international tapas, including Spanish croquettes sin jamon, and breakfast.

The stunning restaurant is cozy and spacious and has a beautiful, verdant garden in the back that is perfect for a outdoor dining on a nice sunny day.

Dinner options include fresh pasta dishes like Beyond Beef ravioli, and bolognese lasagna. Additionally, there is a tapas plate for two that comes with arancini, chickn poppers, Spanish crouquettes sin jamon, hummus, olives, and bread. An excellent starter for two. Organic wine, sparkling wine, and cocktails are also on offer.

For breakfast there are an array of options like waffles, tofu scramble, porridge, and more. If you want to visit for coffee and dessert, you’re in luck. Their desserts are homemade, they have vegan croissants (possibly the only in Prague), and premium quality coffee!

One other thing to note, Palo Verde is located inside the Salvator Boutique Hotel. So, if you’re visiting Prague and prefer to start the day with a conveniently located vegan breakfast, it’s the perfect place to lay your head.

Check out Episode 9 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Mist – Vegan Restaurant

  • Restaurant Type: Totally vegan
  • What to Try: The menu changes seasonally, so whatever sounds good!

This tea-focused Asian-European fusion restaurant serves expertly composed dishes you won’t find anywhere else in Prague. Inspired by cuisines from Japan, Georgia, France, and Italy the menu at Mist is now totally vegan and most ingredients are organic.

The menu changes seasonally, but I highly recommend getting anything that is Asian inspired. On my first visit I had a spicy dumpling soup which was composed of a perfectly seasoned miso-based broth topped with nori, sesame seeds, parsley, and gogi berries…which surprisingly worked. The dumplings were incredibly delicate and the tofu filling was tender and delicious. I’ve also had the curry, which might sound like a boring choice. However, considering the chef makes the curry powder by hand you can rightly assume it was a nice treat.

One note, the wine and beer at Mist are very expensive for Prague standards, so I’d suggest opting for a pre-or post-dinner drink elsewhere unless money is no object.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 5 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Loving Hut – Cafeteria Style Vegan Restaurant

Loving Hut Vinohrady Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to try: For a real treat, try their Vegan Pho! The buffet is always good too.

Loving Hut is a worldwide vegan restaurant chain with multiple locations scattered all over Prague.

The restaurants in Prague serve Asian style food like curries, pho, fried rice, noodles, and spring rolls. There is a vegan pay-by-weight buffet or a full menu to choose from.

Vegan Pho at Loving Hut


Loving Hut – Czech vegan restaurant

Country Life – Vegan Cafeteria Style Restaurant

Country Life

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to Try: Anything that looks good.

Country Life has been around since 1998. It’s located a few meters from Old Town Square so it’s a great vegan food option for anyone staying in the center of Prague. It’s also located next door to a health food store by the same name.


The Country Life restaurant offers a wide variety of simple, country style food to choose from. It’s a self serve dining experience where you pay for food by weight. The daily options include beans, pasta, pizza, salad, veggies, and mock meats.

To be honest, at first glance I didn’t think I was going to love my meal, but the food surpassed my expectations. The food is simple and homey, but well seasoned, tasty, and comforting.

Chutnej – Vegan Fast Food

chutnej vegan prague

  • Restaurant Type: Totally Vegan
  • What to try: Them burgers obviously!

When I saw Chutnej pop up on HappyCow for the first time I was not inclined to run over and give it a try. The pics on their website and Facebook page are a bit misleading. I was expecting it to be akin to a vegan version of Mc Donalds or Burger King and wasn’t enticed. After a few positive reviews from friends and some junk food cravings I decided to give it a try.

The restaurant is much larger and more open than I expected. The space is clean and has a minimalistic feel complete with unvarnished wooden tables and chairs, and the big windows at the front of the restaurant let in loads of light.

Their burgers are solid and they have nice fixin’s like vegan mayo and cheese, pickles, lettuce, red onion, and tomato. They’re a big mess and a touch challenging to eat, but what burger worth its salt isn’t? The onion rings were a bit lackluster but not bad overall, and the lemonades (what Czech call sodas) were up to any hipsters standards.

For the price – 225 kc for burger/side/drink – the quality could be higher, but if you’re craving flavorful vegan junk food and are in the neighborhood, Chutnej is a good option.

Mlsná Kavka

mlsna kavka vegetarian restaurant in prague

  • Restaurant Type: Vegetarian
  • What to Try: Daily Lunch Menu

Mlsná kavka is a straight up cozy and casual vegetarian restaurant in Karlin. When I’m in the neighborhood around lunch time it’s my go-to spot.

Their down-to-earth homestyle cooking is delightful and typically pretty healthy. Their daily lunch menu features vegan options, and on my most recent visit the dessert was even vegan!

In addition to the delicious food and lovely setting, the restaurant is a social company. They employ people who have experienced mental illness. So, when you visit Mlsná kavka, you support two compassionate causes.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 1 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Satsang – Vegetarian Restaurant

Vegan Tofu at Satsang in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Vegetarian
  • What to Try: The brunch and curry.

Satsang vegetarian restaurant has, hands down, the best vegan brunch in Prague.

Not only do they have a build-your-own scrambled tofu menu where you can add loads of different things to your scramble, like vegan cheese and homemade vegan bacon, but they also have big and fluffy vegan American style pancakes, and bottomless mimosas and coffee on the menu.

It’s the perfect weekend brunch option!

Satsang Vegan Curry in Prague

Satsang also has an excellent dinner menu with plenty of vegan options like curry, pad thai, bahn xiao (coconut milk savory pancakes), and vegan mezze. They also have vegan wine on the menu!

If you’re looking for a lovely restaurant for a cozy dinner, date, or a hearty hangover curing weekend brunch, Satsang is the place to go.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 4 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Dhaba Beas – Cafeteria Style Vegetarian Restaurant

Dhaba Beas Vegetarian Indian Restaurant

  • Restaurant Type: Vegetarian
  • What to try: Make sure you save room on your plate for the vegan samosas.

Another pay by weight, buffet style restaurant, Dhaba Beas Vegetarian Restaurant has a nice selection of vegan Indian dishes. Most of the items on their buffet are vegetarian but everything is clearly marked to show which items are vegan and which include dairy.

Dhaba Beas is a chain restaurant with 12 locations around Prague.

Javánka & Co.

Vegan Dish at Javanka Indonesian Restaurant in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (Not Vegan or Vegetarian)
  • What To Try: I’ve been here several times and have never managed to order anything but the Small Vegan Javanka with Tempeh. It’s that good!

“We are not professionals, but amateurs – from the word amare – to love. And honestly: for none of us, food is not a life theme, but we are well aware that food is one of the keys to the human soul.”

If you want to escape to Asia for an hour or so and dine on delicious Indonesian inspired food Javánka is the perfect place to head to.

This casual restaurant serves mostly Indonesian food including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free dishes. Their tempeh is to die for and the coconut curry bathed green beans are a close runner up for my favorite item on the menu. Luckily you can get both on one dish.

Since this restaurant also serves meat it’s a great option to go to if you’re dining out with non-vegan friends.

Tip: Do yourself a favor and try the spicy sauce (that looks like butter but is vegan) that’s on the table.

VIDEO: Check out Episode 8 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Paprika – Mediterranean Bistro & Bar – Vegan Falafel & Schwarma

Vegan falafel and hummus prague at Paprika

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (Not Vegan or Vegetarian)
  • What to try: The falafel!

Another non-vegan restaurant in Prague serving up delicious vegan food.

Paprika Mediterranean Bistro & Bar is a tiny establishment serving tasty Israeli food including vegan falafel, vegan shawarma, hummus, and fluffy homemade pita bread. It’s a great spot for a quick lunch, dinner, or takeaway.

Check out Episode 7 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside!

Mr. Hotdog – Vegan Hot Dogs

Mr Hotdog Vegan Hotdog in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (Not Vegan or Vegetarian)
  • What to Try: The vegan hot dog of course!

A hipster favorite, Mr. Hotdog is a local hot dog joint in the Letna neighborhood of Prague. This casual little restaurant serves a wide variety of hot dogs, sliders, fries, Vinohradský pivovar beer, and cocktails.

While almost all of the menu is suited for a meat-eating crowd, Mr. Hot dog now has a veggie option…which can be made vegan. The soy dog comes Chicago style with pickles, onions, relish, tomato, mustard, and banana peppers on a poppy seed bun.

If you’re looking for one of the best vegan hot dogs in Prague, this is an awesome option. Oh, and I didn’t even mention the fries. They’re heavenly and come in a massive portion that’s enough to share with a friend.

Tip: If you plan to go at peak hours, make a reservation in advance.

Typika Coffee

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (not Vegan or Vegetarian)
  • What to Try: The poke bowl, pancakes, and the coffee!

Not vegan, not even vegetarian but Typika Coffee has a lot to offer vegans. In fact, most of the items on the small menu are actually vegan.

A bit off the beaten path in Nusle, Typika is an excellent option for breakfast or brunch with non-vegan friends (or vegan friends of course).

The menu changes monthly so check before heading there to make sure they still have vegan options. That said, when I visited there were three of the four vegan options. It included vegan pancakes with chocolate sauce, dried raspberries, bananas and roasted coconut chips, vegan gluten free porridge with coconut milk, strawberries, bananas and roasted almonds.

There was also a delicious vegan and gluten free Poke bowl with nori, cucumber, carrots, mango, tofu, horseradish sauce, and pickled ginger. The latter of which I opted for and couldn’t have been more happy.

The cafe also had three different vegan desserts on offer including a gluten free zucchini cake, gluten free chia pudding, and a chocolate muffin. It’s well worth mentioning that the cafe serves exceptional coffee from Brno’s Rusty Nails roasters.

Arepas de Lyna – Vegan Arepas and Empanadas

Vegan Arepas in Prague

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (not Vegan or Vegetarian)
  • What to Try: the Vegan Arepas

Arepas de Lyna is a non-vegan Venezuelan restaurant serving home made food, including delicious vegan arepas and empanadas!

If you’ve never had arepas your tastebuds are in for a real treat. They’re a type of bread/cake usually made from ground corn. They’re cooked on a griddle and stuffed with almost anything you can imagine. I haven’t had them since I was in Colombia so this was kind of a special moment.

The vegan arepas at Arepas de Lyna are served with beans, salad, avocado, and toasted sesame seeds on top. The portions are a bit small for a meal but they’re an excellent snack! Highly recommended.

Vegan Prague Guide to Vegan Pizza

manna vegan pizza Karlin Prague

There are a few places where you can get vegan pizza with vegan cheese in Prague. I recommend the following restaurants.


Chutnej (above) also has fantastic vegan pizzas and the restaurant is 100% vegan!

  • 100% Vegan

Pizzeria Manna

Pizzeria Manna – a pizza restaurant in the Karlin neighborhood offering vegan pizzas with two different sauce options and plenty of toppings to choose from.

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (Not Vegan or Vegetarian

Pizza Letná

Pizza Letná – a takeaway pizza place near Letná park. Perfect for picnics; just grab a pizza (there are four different size options) and plop down on a patch of grass in the park. If you’re near the beer garden you can get a glass or two of Pilsner to wash it all down.

  • Restaurant Type: Vegan Friendly (Not Vegan or Vegetarian)

Vegan Prague – More Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants in Prague

Here is a list of other vegan or vegetarian restaurants in Prague I haven’t had a chance to try, don’t like that much, or have only been to once.

  • Radost FX  – Food can be hit or miss.
  • Lehká Hlava – Clear Head  – Nice vegetarian restaurant with a few vegan options. Good atmosphere but a bit over rated in my opinion.
  • My Raw Cafe – I’ve tried one of their vegan desserts and it was really good but haven’t tried the food.
  • Maitrea – Nice vegetarian restaurant with a few vegan options. Good atmosphere but quite overrated in my opinion.
  • RawCHA – Haven’t tried.
  • Raw For You  – Haven’t tried.
  • Vegan’s Prague  – Formerly LoVeg. Restaurant was better before changing owners, and I don’t really recommend going there.

Ready For Vegan Dessert in Prague?

The results are in. Prague has a lot of amazing vegan dessert! Check out my guide. for the best places in Prague for vegan desserts!

About the Author

Randi Delano, Creator and Owner, Veggie Visa

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Randi is the creator and owner of the vegan travel and lifestyle website Veggie Visa, and the co-creator and owner of the travel website Just a Pack. She's vegan, loves to cook, do yoga, and workout. She is happiest when laying on a beach in a foreign country. Her favorite ice cream flavor is salted caramel, she love cows, goats, bees, and cacti. Her written work has been featured in publications like Marie Claire, XOJane, and A Women’s Thing. Randi also has a background in marketing, culinary arts, and is a Certified Health Coach.

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  1. Such a rich text for myself as a vegetarian! I used to live in Prague 6y ago and at that time I only knew just few of them. Though it’s true that the friendly service is sometimes not easy to find in Prague. Glad to read that Prague has become your favourite city! 😉

  2. LoVeg has re-opened as “Vegan’s Prague”, and is definitely worth a visit.

    1. Author

      ATraveler, thanks for the tip. Unfortunately, I did not enjoy my visit to Vegan’s Prague. Same menu as LoVeg but the quality went waaay down in my opinion. 🙁
      What did you have there?

      1. I had the “Svíčková with smoked tempeh” recently and I was totally amazed by it -as well as my vegan sceptical mother.

        1. Author

          Glad you had a good experience there! I’ve had Svíčková at U Zelenia and it was really good. Nice little restaurant, and a better location. 🙂 I’ll be adding a review to this article soon.

  3. I absolutely loved P-level and Country life! Love this post and your blog! x

    1. Hi, I miss one very important joint and thats Vegan Grill. They have amazing burgers and there us a vibe theyll introduce their own patty soon. Anyhow, they are true connoisseurs of burgers and hot vegan dogs, and you should give it a go!

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        Hi Stanley, thank you for your visit and comment. I’ve eaten at Vegan Grill and thought it was okay. I had their “hot dog” and the bread and sausage were both dry. Who knows, maybe it was an off day. The one time I had their burger, it was fine. It was a beyond burger, after all. 🙂 Thanks for the tip.

  4. Will be visiting Prague soon for a short stay and going to include the visit in my vegan blog. Great information! Thank you for this article! Can’t wait to try everything out! Much Love XxX

  5. Thanks for posting this. I will be visiting Prague in about 10days. Looking forward to trying a few places listed!

  6. We tried Incruenti last evening and loved the food and casual atmosphere. Our favorites: bruschetta, minestrone soup, ravioli and mushroom risotto. Bill for 3 people with tip was 50 us dollars. We can’t wait to go back.

    1. Author

      Hey Barbara, so glad you tried Incruienti. I love that restaurant – so much that I’m probably in there way too often! And yes, eating out in Prague is so reasonable! 🙂

  7. Thank you for the guide to vegan Prague. We were just there and tried some of your recommendations. Incruenti is my favorite. Best vegan restaurant in the world ! LOL We went back a couple of times. The exceptional food, nice atmosphere and comfortable relaxed trendy urban spot was the perfect combination for a wonderful experience. Thank you !

    1. Author

      Hi Jon, I’m sooooo happy you tried Incruienti and loved it as much as I do. 🙂
      Thank you for commenting and letting me know about your experience <3

  8. Hi there! Just wanted to say that this was the first article I clicked on after booking my travel arrangements for Prague, and I’m so very glad that it was! Little did I know that the comically-cheap, 6€/night hostel I reserved would turn out to be so vegan-friendly! Now I’m all the more excited for my trip in a few weeks, and for all the veggie delights I’m sure to experience there especially so!
    Thank you so very much. ?

    1. Author

      Hey Ryan, that’s awesome. Are you talking about Sophie’s? Let them know when you check in that you are vegan if you plan on having their amazing brunch. I know you’ll love it and love visiting Prague! Have a wonderful time. 🙂

  9. Hi VeggieVisa,
    What a find you site is. I visited Prague 2-3 years ago and after a long slog we finally found somewhere to eat! This time (leaving 12/3/18) armed with your handy tips I suspect my life will be a tad easier. Keep up the excellent work, believe me, it is much appreciated. Enjoy Spain ?

  10. Thanks for sharing this! I’m traveling to Prague early May. As a Muslim, it certainly helps to add vegetarian options to my menu just in case I couldn’t find halal food

  11. Where is the best area to stay in prague if I wanna be close to the good vegan places? Mostly for breakfasts or bakeries

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      Hi Willow, The hostel I recommended in this article has a sister hostel called Czech Inn. It’s not located within walking distance from Satsang (vegan brunch/breakfast), and Moment for breakfast, or the Donut Shop (see my vegan sweets guide) for vegan donuts. You can read about Czech Inn on my other site here: 🙂

  12. Your favorite vegan cafe in Prague is now my favorite too – “Moment” bistro! I don’t tend to leave comments but this one surely deserves it. Everything – from a low-key hipster vibe of the cafe to die-for shawarma I had to the low, low bill (!!) – was on point. And the best part – they cater to the locals, not the tourists, so you won’t see any – a nice relief from crowded sights. Thank you, Veggie Visa for the excellent recommendation!

  13. Hi! I live in Prague and took a visiting friend to My Raw Cafe for breakfast. Obviously, the food is raw (in terms of the Raw food concept), I don’t believe this is the reason for the poor quality/overpriced-ness of the place. I had the avocado toast (which on the menu had a range of other veg/toppings). It cost 160czk or thereabouts and was one Knäckebröd cracker with pureed avocado (I’m not a fan), beetroot and mango with some chia seeds. These toppings are not what was on the menu. I found it to be a lot of money for the one cracker that didn’t match the menu. My friend had blueberry pancakes, the taste was bland and the texture was sandy and gritty. The vanilla sauce and blueberries it was served with were very tasty though. She paid around 130 for the pancakes and only received two small discs, make of that what you will – not awful pricing but not worth it in our opinion. We shared a tiramisu, the texture was pleasing and the taste wasn’t bad just very strong coconut flavour as coconut milk had obviously been used (which is fine), I don’t want to judge it too harshly for this but some other plant milk/cream could’ve been used to tone it down, but again – still tasty! It was quite a small tiramisu, we only shared to taste it, I think it was around 70czk – so the best value for money so far. I had a cappuccino with (I think) oat milk, either that or soy, I don’t remember. It was very tasty and was hot (not sure if that is true to the raw philosophy but I am just a regular old vegan!), it was about the price of a coffee elsewhere so I was satisfied. The staff were fine but not necessarily super friendly, but the service was decent, pretty average. One man did seem irritated when my friend wanted to pay with card, even asking twice if there was ANY chance she could pay with cash. They had a working card machine so I don’t really understand why.
    The decor was cutesy, the deserts seemed appetizing. The cafe is really small though, enough seats and such but you just feel so spied on by the staff if that makes sense – if they engaged and were friendly it would be nice but they do not so it feels a little uncomfortable (esp when the place is relatively empty). It was also FREEZING in there, so bring a jacket. It is inside of a galleria type place (a small mall).
    I wouldn’t recommend it for meals, but for a coffee and cakes (fika – hehe!), it is nice.

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      Hey Pyper, thanks for the info! You’re right, 160kc for a piece of toast is absurd! Sounds like a pretty bland experience. Sorry to hear it. I still haven’t been to My Raw Cafe and really have no interest, especially after reading this!

      There are so many great places in Prague for vegan food, I hope you found some better options!

  14. My cafe raw & sweet secret of raw are awesome!

    As for Puro – their main store of vegan products are located in a different location.

  15. Hi!! Thanks for this awesome post… I’m headed to Prague for a birthday in November and we’re going to be 8. Which restaurant would you recommend for dinner with a big group please? 🙂

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      Hi Clara, I’d recommend Pastva for a birthday celebration. Just make sure you call ahead and book a table. Satsang is nice too, but since not everything on the menu is vegan you will have less options. Enjoy! 🙂

  16. Hello! 🙂
    I loooove your post!!! Where would you go to eat a vegan version of goulash or svickova? 🙂

  17. Dani, maybe too late now but we were at Vegan’s yesterday and had both of these – they were great!

    I would also add Natureza – we stumbled upon it on the way to the John Lennon wall. It’s a veggie place with vegan options. I had a lovely tofu curry and bf had an amazing mushroom and tempeh risotto. They have a stunning garden with seating, too. So beautiful in this mild autumn 🙂

  18. Hi there,

    Great post I love it. Often it is difficult to find a blog where there is actually useful information about places. The descriptions are great and like the personal touch you put to it! Thanks a lot 🙂

    Sadly most of the places are closed on Sundays, but I will try some of your recommendations during the week!


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      Hey there! You’re very welcome and I’m really happy you found it to be useful. Moment is open every day, even on holidays, and Satsang is also open on Sundays. Enjoy the rest of your time in Prague! 🙂

  19. I’m going to Prague next week and these recommendations are super useful! Thank you!

  20. Hi there
    I wonder whether you could suggest one or two restaurants in Prague that are vegan ‘friendly’? I’m the only vegan in my family of four and as supportive as they are they would prefer a non vegan menu when we travel.
    Thanks for your help

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      Hi Veronika, many of the restaurants in this article are “vegan friendly” non-vegan restaurants. Here they are:

      Mr. Hotdog
      Pizzeria Manna
      Letna Pizza
      Arepas de Lyna

      Hope that helps! Have fun in Prague. 🙂

  21. Krmelec Vršky has actually closed a long time ago.

    I would also mention Herbivore, they are just amazing.

  22. Just leaving Prague now! And while they do have a very medieval vibe of meat and potatoes I was thoroughly impressed with every restaurant or food stall market I visited. I didn’t need a specific vegan eatery, every place offered a full complete meal or snack of vegan offerings. Thing perogies with veggies, cabbage and mushrooms, potato dishes for days. None of them boring to appeal as an after thought for a vegan/vegetarian rather a wonderfully flavored dish for all to enjoy.

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      Hi Sid, Thanks for leaving this comment. Prague has indeed become more vegan friendly recently. Just curious where you ate? I’m always looking for new vegan-friendly places to add to my other article about non-vegan places that serve vegan dishes. I know that most traditional Czech places still do not serve vegan dishes and will look at you funny for asking. So curious to hear what restaurants you visited. Thanks! 🙂

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