Prague was recently named the city with the most vegan restaurants per capita in Europe. That means not only can you finding marvelous vegan food in Prague for any meal and plenty of vegan shopping options, but you can also find magnificent vegan desserts all over the city.
Sinking your teeth into superb vegan cakes, donuts, ice cream, and even raw desserts are all possible in Prague!
Before we dive in…here are a few other articles about the vegan scene in Prague and the Czech Republic:
- The Best Vegan Food in Prague! – Guide to my absolute favorite vegan food in Prague. The best vegan, vegetarian, and vegan-friendly restaurants in Prague here!
- Guide to Eating Out with Non-Vegans in Prague – All the best non-vegan restaurants in Prague to eat at with your omni friends!
- Vegan Shopping Guide to Prague – Where to get vegan groceries, clothes, shoes, and personal products in Prague!
- Vegan Guide to Ceske Budejovice – Venture outside of Prague and explore this city’s growing vegan scene!
- Sweet Secret of Raw in Prague – Behind the Scenes – Get a behind the scenes look at how this raw sweets shop is making its cakes!
Here are my favorite spots for the best vegan desserts in Prague.
Moment Vegan Cafe & Bistro – The Best Vegan Cafe in Prague
It’s not a coincidence that Moment Vegan Cafe & Bistro tops the list of places for vegan dessert in Prague. Moment has a savory food menu that includes tasty burgers, breakfast bagels, falafel, soups, and sandwiches but their vegan dessert are where they really shine. I could write an article solely devoted to how much I love their desserts..seriously, they are that good.
When you go, look for the dessert cup (a whipped “cream” and chocolate cake layered dessert in a cup), the chocolate banana cream cake, or the banana bread. Passing any of them up would be, in my opinion, a mistake.
Forrest Bistro – Excellent Vegan Desserts in Prague
Forrest Bistro opened in 2017 and since then has been one of my favorite vegan restaurants in Prague. Not only do they have superb daily lunch specials with veganized Czech and Asian food, but they also have stellar vegan cakes.
The vegan desserts at Forrest Bistro in Prague include moist cakes, sweet cookies, delicate French macaroons, and thick and creamy puddings. Their tempting daily selection is on display at the counter where you pay, so if you’re on a diet and don’t have a lot of self control you might want to wear blinders. But really, what’s life without a few extra glutenous calories every now and then?
For some of the best vegan desserts in Prague, head straight to Forrest Bistro.
Donut Shop Prague – The Best Vegan Donuts in Prague
I’ve been waiting for this day for a long time. I even told a friend I felt like it was coming very soon. And now it’s here. Vegan donuts have arrived in Prague!
The newly opened Donut Shop Prague, serves 6-8 different types of vegan donuts and donut holes daily. The dough is light and fluffy, and the toppings are sweet and seductive. I’m absolutely in love with this place!
If you’re in or near Jiřího z Poděbrad make sure you pop in to see what they have on offer. Grab a few (and some coffee) to take away, and head to one of the nearby park benches on a sunny morning for a sinfully sweet breakfast picnic. Oh and while you’re at it, can you pick up a few for me too?
My favorite flavors are the red chai, caramel cookie, lemon brownie, and chocolate topped with rosemary, orange, and pistachio.
Creme de la Creme – The Best Vegan Ice Cream in Prague (and Maybe the World)
Seriously, this is the best vegan ice cream I’ve ever had in my life. Full stop!
Located in Old Town Prague, Creme de la Creme is just steps from the town square. The Italian gelato shop in Prague has five or six vegan options, and they even have vegan cones. Lines tend to be long and the place is usually absolutely packed, but it’s well worth the wait.
The vegan ice cream flavors aren’t on display so ask a friendly staff member what the daily options are. If salted peanut is on the menu, don’t pass it up. It’s ooey-gooey-creamy-good!
Mercy bistro & cafe
Mercy is an all vegan cafe in Žižkov Prague with a homey atmosphere and friendly staff. The small, cozy cafe is tucked away on a quiet tree-lined street making it a great place to spend a few hours reading while nibbling on delicious cakes and equally delicious coffee.
The cafe usually has at least six different vegan desserts on offer, including one gluten-free option. Decadent layered cakes, Czech babka, banana breads, and sweet muffins are among the daily selections visitors can choose from.
If you visit on Saturday you can treat yourself to an all vegan brunch with both savory and sweet options. Whenever you decide to visit, though, I’d suggest going with a friend…so you can try several of their yummy desserts in one go!
SLOW Cafe is a vegetarian specialty coffee and brunch bar with a cozy and relaxed vibe and at least two vegan sweets on offer daily. They also have a couple of vegan brunch items on the menu that changes weekly. I’d suggest the vegan pancakes if it’s available or any of their veganzed Czech dessert from the case.
Coffee Room – Stellar Coffee and Vegan Cakes in Prague
Coffee room is a vegetarian and vegan coffee shop in Vinohrady. They serve delicious coffee from roasters in Berlin and Amsterdam, and have a nice selection of vegan cakes, bowls, and sandwiches.
Even though there are only a few vegan dessert options, I really like this place because they usually have some unusual and interesting flavors. The above is a blueberry and rosemary cake. It was extremely moist and flavorful, and not too sweet. Perfect with a cup of their high quality coffee.
Bonus, the cafe is really cute and each table is adorned with sweet little cactus plants.
Sweet Secret of Raw – The Best Raw Vegan Desserts in Prague
As the name implies, all of the desserts at Sweet Secret of Raw are raw. They offer a daily selection of cakes, smoothies, shakes, ice cream, and even cocktails. My favorites slices of dessert heaven here are the peanut butter chocolate cake, pistachio cake, and chocolate maca cake.
Sweet Secret of Raw has delightfully quaint atmosphere and is a great place to catch up with friends over dessert and coffee.
Plevel Restaurant has a full menu offering raw and vegan food, a daily selection of vegan desserts, and tasty beer, wine and cocktails.
Although the restaurant can get very busy during peak times, it’s a great place spend a few hours reading a book, nibbling on dessert, and sipping coffee on off hours.
The vegan dessert selection is constantly changing but make sure you try the Oreo Cupcake if they have it.
Conductor is a tiny, mostly takeaway, restaurant with an equally tiny menu. The restaurant serves sandwiches and wraps and also have some daily specials which are usually vegan and usually Asian or Caribbean inspired.
So, anyway on to the reason Conductor made it to this article about the best vegan desserts in Prague! Conductor only has one vegan dessert, vegan cinnamon rolls, but it’s totally worth visiting just to try them. They’re ooey-gooey-soft, fluffy, and sweet. The perfect answer to a mid-day energy crash, especially if you pair it with some of their stellar coffee!
Just note, the restaurant is tiny. There aren’t tables but you can grab a spot at the counter or take the rolls away to gobble up in the privacy of a near-by park.
Puro Bistro Prague
Puro is a casual vegan restaurant with a nice selection of sandwiches, bagels, daily hot dishes, fresh juices, and smoothies. They also have a tempting dessert case filled with vegan chocolates, cakes, muffins, and bars. My go-to dessert here is the chocolate chip and banana muffin or the hemp chocolate smoothie.
Additionally, Puro is also a Veganz vegan grocery store and sells vegan sweets like Coconut Bliss Dairy Free Ice Cream, vegan chocolate bars, hazelnut and chocolate spreads, cookies, candy, and energy bars.
Loving Hut in Prague
Loving Hut, my favorite vegan buffet chain, also has desserts. They have a small, but nice selection to choose from and the best thing about them (aside from how good they are) is that they are cheap! The dessert above cost less than $2.00. The worst thing about Loving Hut desserts is that I’m usually too full from loading up at the buffet to eat them.
Angelato – Vegan Sorbet in Prague
Angelato is a gelato shop located in Prague’s historic center. It’s been open since 2007 and offers a variety of vegan sorbet flavors that change on a monthly basis (check their website for current offers). The servers are knowledgeable about the ingredients so just ask if the flavor you desire is vegan or not. I highly recommend trying the mango sorbet. It’s sweet, tangy, and exotically delicious.
NOTE: The above list of places to get vegan desserts in Prague reflects my personal favorites. Here are a few other establishments that offer at least one vegan dessert on the menu. If you know of others, please leave a comment below so I can add them to this list.
- Momoichi bistro
- My Raw Cafe
- Lehká Hlava – Clear Head
- Strecha Bistro
- Raw For You
Craving something savory? Check out my Vegan Dining Guide to Prague.
The Best Vegan Friendly Hotel in Prague
Sophie’s Hostel in Prague is a great choice for vegan travelers. This lovely hostel is located about 10 minutes from the city center, has 14 dorm rooms, 6 private rooms, a small garden, and an onsite cafe and bar. The best part of staying at Sophie’s Hostel is their massive brunch. Just let them know you’re vegan and they’ll do everything they can to accommodate you, including prepare soy milk porridge, and hot roasted veggies. Their friendly wait staff will be happy to walk you through the entire buffet to point out the vegan options. Not sure about the bread? Just ask, they’ll be happy to let you know what’s vegan and what’s not.
Sophie’s Hostel also has a beautiful small 16 room boutique hotel called Miss Sophie’s that’s located directly across the street in case you fancy more, err fancy accommodations.
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