Guide to Eating Vegan in Prague

Czech Republic, Prague Guide (B): Guide to Eating Vegan in Prague

Prague is a surprisingly easy city to visit as a vegan. Given that it’s a city of less than 1.5 million people, there are a plethora of high quality vegan eateries, the likes of which could even rival places in Berlin.

We’ve been to Prague multiple times, but not since becoming vegan. Recently, we returned to the Czech capital for the fourth (fifth? sixth?) time and spent four days there when our itinerary was dominated by visits to the best places that vegan Prague has to offer. (Last update: June 2016)

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This fully vegan café/restaurant serves up lunch menus which change daily and consist of a soup and a main for 120 CZK (€4.40). There’s also a nice selection of interesting breakfast foods (such as pancakes with fruit and scrambled tofu bagel with coconut bacon), cakes and other savoury dishes such as burgers, falafel and salads.

They also have wifi and plenty of tables, making it a great place to come and sit and work for a while, which seemed not uncommon with locals too. Staff are friendly and speak good English and the whole place is welcome and cosy. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Guide to Eating Vegan in Prague
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Sam Wood
Read it on author's website: http://www.indefiniteadventure.com/vegan-prague/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Moment
  • Veggie Point
  • Krmelec Vrsky
  • Mama Coffee
  • Pizzeria Manna
  • Secret of Raw Sweet
  • Veg Teg
  • Raw For You
  • MyRaw Cafe
  • Plevel

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