The journey to quit meat, including its gravies, has been a healthy but a tad bitter sweet journey. It gets particularly tough when you are a foodie and have spent last half a decade mustering up flavors on the tongue but during travels you don’t get anything to eat except food at Indian restaurants just because they have number of vegetarian meal options. Such travels leave you hungry not for more trips (well, trips too) but a delicious hearty (not fatty) vegetarian meal.
Europe can be particularly notorious to vegetarian travelers. Countries in cold highlands, mountains or with some really cool beaches restrict their food to various cuts of meats and fish and vegetables are mostly left to the sides. So what would someone like me do when hunger comes knocking on the stomach door and eating at an Indian Restaurant is just not an option to consider when travelling?
I search, ask around, read reviews and head down to probably the best vegetarian restaurant. And that’s what I did on my last trip to Europe and last day in Prague. I wanted to end it at a high note with fabulous food in my happy tummy.
First on the search result, with impressive reviews, I head down to a place called “Clear Head”. It serves delicious vegetarian food and is also adept in its raw dishes. Their philosophy is as amazing as their food. Here is a picture story of the restaurant with food not only divine but filled with compassion and benevolence for rest of the living beings.
Usually one would feel satiated, maybe guilty or not so good after eating more than one should. It’s not so often that your deep indulgence in food leaves you feeling happy, somewhat proud and mostly just happy.
It’s pretty much safe to say that “Clear Head is not only the best vegetarian restaurant on hotel block but in entire Prague.
P.S: I believe that there is another branch/ Sister Restaurant of “Clear Head” in North of Prague. Not able to recall it’s name, but shall check it out in case I ever go back 🙂
P.P.S: I call it “feel good food”.