Good news for health-conscious visitors to Prague: klobása and deep-fried cheese are not the only game in town for convenience dining.
A host of cafes, bistros, and delis promise fast, wholesome food in a casual setting.
Here are 7 tips for a healthy lunch or quick snack on the go in the Prague.
Where to Get Healthy Fast Food in Prague
Not all chlebičky (Czech open-faced sandwiches) are created equal. The classic variety tend to be pure stodge atop white bread while the modernized version at Sisters Bistro, a stop on our Prague Tour, use only the farm-freshest ingredients and homemade bread for a filling and flavorful lunch or snack.
Dlouhá 39, Prague 1
775 991 975
Open: Mon – Fri 9 am – 6 pm
Soup in the City
A clever name for a fun place that offers 5 daily soups (most recently Spanish chickpea goulash, eggplant cream, cold cucumber), a salad bar for customized salad creations, vegetable quiches, and fruity homemade lemonades. Stop in for a casual lunch, or ask to be sent packing with a fully-stocked picnic basket.
Panská 9, Prague 1
226 222 990
Open: Mon – Fri 7 am – 7 pm, Sat – Sun 7 am – 5 pm
This specialty foods import shop is a favorite among American expats who go there for Betty Crocker cake mixes, Jelly Belly jelly beans, and root beer. But Culinaria also serves a hot buffet of healthy fare like chickpea burgers, veggie lasagna, and grilled salmon as well as a daily selection of soups, sandwiches, and salads for dining in or take-away.
Skořepka 423/9, Prague 1
224 231 017
Open: Mon – Fri 9 am – 7 pm, Sat 10 am – 7 pm
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