Had good vegetarian lunch here, we had cheese tempeh burgers and their speciality nari gorung. Everything was good and nice change for all the heavy goulash! Would go again.
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A charming cafe in a quieter area of Prague, it's in a useful location if you're also planning to visit the Museum of Prague. It's a great place to visit with the family, especially if you have younger kid(s) as there is a small play...More
Paradise for people who want to try something new and meatless, food is really delicious, staff very friendly and atmosphere great. Most likely that's why it is always almost full with people of all ages from families with children to elder ladies. Can't wait to...More
I waited 15 minutes for my order to be taken, to then be told that quite a few things on the menu weren't available. 40 minutes after placing my order I still hadn't received it so I asked the waiter when my food would be...More
Alrighty, so we stumbled upon this absolute gem of a restaurant on the penultimate evening of our stay in Prague. I have a feeling the dishes here are a lot closer to traditional Czech cuisine than we've previously tried, but anyway, for a lot of...More
Me and my partner visited Mlsna Kavka together on a warm Wednesday evening in August, the restaurant was fairly quiet this particular night. We were greeted promptly and allowed to sit where ever we liked. The setting is basic but with some colourful accents, fairly...More
Wasn't as impressed with the food as much as I thought I would be but it is definitely somewhere I would love to try again if I have the chance. The food certainly looks great and the service was very good and it is well...More