Tag Archives: vegan Prague

Vegan in Prague: Chutnej

Yet another newcomer on the Prague vegan scene, and this time it’s a takeaway!  I was expecting it to be a colourful, plastic kind of fast food joint, but far from it:  there were big windows, wooden tables, recycling bins. … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Mamacoffee

Regular readers will know that Moment is my go-to place for  tea and cake, but even I like a change sometimes.  Enter Mamacoffee, a charming vegan-friendly chain of cafes across Prague. The Londynska branch is my favourite, though it is … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: Herbivore, Prague

June’s MiniMoFo theme is fruit, and fortunately I had just the place up my sleeve after recently visiting Herbivore for the first time.  This charming little cafe and shop is well-established, but I’d simply never gotten round to visiting yet. … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: AMA Tibetan

Unlike in the UK, there aren’t many meaty restaurants here in the Czech Republic that also have vegan options on the menu.  I think part of the reason is that there aren’t so many chain restaurants here, so there just … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Sweet Secret of Raw

If you’re a fan of raw food, Prague is definitely the place to be.  There are approximately nine trillion raw vegan restaurants here.  Personally, I’m not a raw enthusiast:  I find it expensive, sometimes not as good as the cooked … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Loving Hut

I love it when people ask for recommendations for Prague on social media, just to see what the popular choices are.  Unfortunately, I tend to disagree with the most common ones:  Maitrea, Lehka Hlava and Loving Hut.  Personally I’ve always … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Pastva

The most famous sight in Prague is probably the Charles Bridge, the magnificent stone thoroughfare over the Vltava, marked with statues and constantly swarming with tourists.  Crossing that bridge always brings out conflicting emotions in me:  frustration at how slowly … Continue reading

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