What: Excellent vegetarian restaurant in the centre of Prague (there is a sister restaurant in Prague which will be reviewed here soon).
Prices: Cold starters around €3, warm starters around €4, big salads around €5.50, mains around €6, desserts around €2.50.
Vegetarian menu: All the food is vegetarian and the extensive menu is in both Czech and English. Examples of mains: spicy goulash with seitan served with dumplings, Thai eggplant with tofu, fresh coriander, chilli peppers, coconut milk and rice, quesadilla with tomatoes, fresh spinach, olives, feta cheese, rice, guacamole, tomato salsa and sour cream. Examples of starters: warm onion cakes with roasted red pepper cream sauce, red beet tartare with goat cheese terrine and spelt flat bread…and much, much more.
Drinks: Lots of teas, fresh juices, mulled juices, wines and more.
Service: Friendly. They were very slow at the beginning, which is good if you don’t like the feeling of being rushed out of a restaurant.
Comfortable? Yes. The tables are a little too close together, but the atmosphere is very relaxed. They say that the restaurant is designed according to Feng Shui. The wood used for the tables and finishings is lovely to the touch and the restaurant is, in general, a pleasant and calm place to sit.
Was the food good? Yes. Everything was very tasty and the portions very generous. The bread was served warm — a pleasing touch. The mulled juices were especially good. It was exciting to have so many things from which to choose (for once).
Toilets: Downstairs. Very nice and clean. The sinks are especially nice.
My advice to the chef: Keep up the good work.
My advice to the manager: As above.
Overall: It would be great is there was a similar restaurant in Dublin. It is definitely worth seeking out if in Prague.
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