Nice Indian ashram food I assume dishes vary And chapatis some time an opton Low fat Low spice heat Low protein But flavorful , clean and pleasant atmosphere I'll be back
The menu is a choice of large or small. I had large, rice, potatoes, broccoli curry, chick pea soup, pasta salad and stewed apple. I also went for the green juice, no idea what it was but I'm sure it was very healthy. The cafe takes some finding but it's a good lunch at the equivalent of about 4 Euro.
very good restaurant, the food was nice, restaurant always full, the prices are cheap. they will not let you take picture, again, they will try to market their religion through food which is bad, but the food was very good. the prison dishes is a minus, i hate these. they close very early and if you arive a bit late... More
being a vegetarian it is difficult to have good restaurants around and this is one is perfect and value for money. Specially it had a little Indian tinge into the food which made us happy after long walks in the city.
We ate here after a trip to Prague castle - we asked for the menu and then sat down. Our drinks came and just as we thought they had forgotten our menu - a plate of food arrived!!! I think there was a communication problem with the languages!!! The food was basic but edible and was very good value -... More
In prague there are few krshna veg rest. I am sure, that this one are the worst. staff unfriendly, food prepared without real interest (extremelly big pieces of vegetables-awfull) For example-govinda in Nerudova or in Palmovka are perfect and always tasty-but Soukenická........
I don't think any vegetarian who is traveling can complain about Govindas, it's great wholesome tasty food at a great price. It is so nice to get a veggie meal that is not pizza or pasta - not much else I can say really :-)
It's in the centre, cheap, tasty and vegetarian. I sometimes have problem with some dishes, which I find too oily or too sweat. You have to choose wisely (and/or be lucky:) I don't like the metal dishes and cups (I can smell the metal from it everytime I drink. Normal ceramic dishes would be ecologic as well, better looking and... More
Coming from a typical Indian home, I happened to visit Prague this April with my family and after days of being alienated from Indian food we decided to try out at Govinda for our lunch. The place is located 1.5 Kms from Staromestska Radnice (The Astronomical Clock). We had what was called a full meal for 110Kč which included steamed... More
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