What I Ate In Prague (VEGAN)


I recently went to Prague with my boyfriend to celebrate his birthday earlier this month. I can honestly say it is one of the best cities I've been to, especially for vegan food. We are both vegan so I did some research before on where to eat and there are SO MANY places. I think we managed to get to every one apart from one, which isn't bad as we were only there for 3 days.
Instead of going through what I ate each day I'll just tell you about each place we went to and what we ordered, as you'll notice we went back to one particular cafe every single day haaaa.

Moment Cafe

 "Scrambled Eggs" & Bagel Seitan and Cheese
 Waffles & yes, another seitan bagel....they were so good
Cheesecake(Can't remember the flavour, sorry!) & Strawberry Cake

We came here every single day around breakfast/early lunch time we loved it that much. I could not stop dreaming of the seitan bagel. It was honestly incredible. The best meal we had their I think we can safely agree on was the pancakes. I felt kinda sick afterwards, I was bloated, but who cares. BEST PANCAKES EVER. They are also dog friendly in Moment so you get to look at cute puppers whilst eating your food, what more could you want? I also recommend trying their smoothie, so delicious.  

Here is a link to the menu (x)

Vegan's Prague

 Hot Chocolate
 Again, can't remember what this cake was but it was a cheesecake!
Coconut Curry with Jasmine Rice

I believe this place was previously called a different name. It is near Prague Castle so after the trek up there it was good to know there was somewhere we could eat. I think this was probably the best meal we had whilst we were in Prague. The curry was amazing, one of the nicest vegan curries and I wish I could have bought some home with me. The hot chocolate was basically melted chocolate as well, perfect.

Here is a link to the menu (x)


BBQ Burger

This restaurant happened to be over the road from our hotel. It is a Vegetarian/Vegan restaurant. We turned up a little too late in the evening so we could only have one option off of the vegan menu, but it turned out to be really good. The "burger" was actually a giant mushroom smothered in BBQ sauce which was amazing. Also, ice tea with cinnamon is a 10/10.

Here is a link to the menu (x)

We also went to Loving Hut, which is a vegan all you can eat Vietnamese buffet. I didn't get chance to take a photo as I pretty much inhaled the food....soz.

Hope this helps anyone who is off traveling to Prague this year!

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