Although traditional Czech cuisine is perceived as one of the heaviest one in Europe, while visiting Prague you can easily find some healthy food as well! After tasting delicious duck with bread-dumplings or just having a short break from goulash in bread, you only need to know where else to go to eat more healthy… Here you’ll find 5 top recommended healthy restaurants in the very center of Prague!
Great option for a healthy fast food! The newly opened Czech answer to Pret A Manger fills a much-needed niche for creative take-out options in Prague. Especially recommended are baked breakfast baguette but you’ll also find a range of pre-packaged sandwiches, sushi and salads to go – plus warm meals — everything from soup to pasta—using regionally sourced ingredients. What is a good news: the selected stock is half-price from 8.30 pm.
Address: Revoluční 7, Prague 1
Facebook page: O’papa
Open: Mon – Fri 7 am – 9 pm, Sat 8 am – 8 pm
4. Soup in the City
Highly recommended on TripAdvisor restaurant – as the name says – offers soups (no surprise here) You can taste there 5 different daily soups (most recently Spanish chickpea goulash, eggplant cream, cold cucumber), a salad bar for customized salad creations, vegetable quiches, and fruity homemade lemonades.
Address: Panská 9, Prague 1
Open: Mon – Fri 7 am – 7 pm, Sat-Sun 7 am – 5 pm
Vegetarian restaurant in modern style. Meals – prepared from fresh and seasonal ingredients – are inspired by either Czech and international cuisine. Menu changes. Appreciated by guests thanks to delicious food and very friendly staff!
Address: Opatovická 17, Prague 1
Open: Tue-Sat 11:30am-10:30pm
Nerudova (Royal Way or Kings Road) is the historic street linking the Charles Bridge to Prague Castle. About 2/3 up the road on the right you can find Gopál Restaurant, hidden behind an art gallery/souvenir shop.
Gopál is a vegetarian restaurant with Indian influences, run by the Hare Krishna. The menu is different every day, containing soup, sabja, rice, pasta, salad, halva, yogurt with fruit and chutney. All the veggies and dairy are organic. They work with an all you can eat buffet for 180 CZK. It is also possible to order the menu to be delivered to your home or office.
Address: Nerudova 32, Prague 1
Open: summer: Monday – Sunday: 11am-9pm; winter: Monday – Sunday: 11am – 20pm
1. Loving Hut
In early-2015 it relocated from Truhlarska 20 to Na Poříčí. Part of international chain of vegan restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Individual family owned. Serves vegan food, coffee, non-alcoholic beverages. The varied menu includes noodles, rice, faux meat dishes, tofu, pasta, and soup. Price: inexpensive!
Adress: Černá Labuť, 1. floor, Na Poříčí 25
Open: Monday – Sunday: 11am – 9pm