My search for good vegan restaurant was over with this restaurant. Extremely tasty & terrible low price. Over and above that Shri Krishna prasadam was awesome
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Went here for lunch and took the regular lunch plate consisting of 3 smaller dishes. Got the food right away to a low price. I don't know if it was just the menu for that day, but all the dishes contained banana which I'm sure...More
Govinda's is a Vegetarian/Indian restaurant that has it's customers coming back for it's laid back vibe, and it's home-feeling service! Everyday it has one type of food, and you can order a large or small size of that dish. Other than the main dish you...More
I have been eating here since 2001, when Govinda was one of few vegetarian places in Prague. The place is still the same, nice, quiet, warm. Delicious veg. dishes spiced in a way you sometimes have no clue what it is, I love it. When...More
Good veg food, run by Hare Krishnas, who are very friendly and speak semi decent english so you can ask what the food consists of. It's a choice of about one curry "subzi", one soup/daal, and rice/grain to eat it with. Usually one or two...More
We are vegetarians and the food couldn't have been better. The place has a nice Indian Ambiance and helpful staff. Lots of seating was also available. Would definitely recommend it to all.
A typical Hare Krishna food - a big plate of vegetarian treats, some sweet, some sour, some spicy, enough to fill you full, yet not making you sleepy and for price 2-3 times less than in vegan/vegetarian restaurants. A bargain you couldn't neglect. However, it...More
They offer a lunch menu every day - cafeteria style. Big portions, tastes good, good price, nice people. It is quite dark there though.. like a bit sad without windows (I don't actually remember if there are any windows but it made me feel there...More
Good food but to much oily... The guy who served me food, did just after receiving the money (without washing his hands). :/ The people working there were not very friendly as well, maybe because they did not knew how to communicate in English...