Clear Head (Lehká hlava)

Boršov 280/2, Praha 1, 11000

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In a fairy-tale house, built in about 1410, on the shortest street in Prague, in the place of a formerly well-known teahouse you’ll find CLEAR HEAD Vegetarian Restaurant.

CLEAR HEAD is a non-smoking, open-kitchen vegetarian restaurant, where you won’t meet meat… and you won’t mind. It’s a place, whose “genius loci" (spirit of the place) will clear your head, sate your appetite and delight your soul. Enjoy the wonderful play of colors, tastes and smells and let your senses play with delight. We want to share with you our favorite meals which are cooked with the intent of supporting your whole body and bringing a good feeling within.

Open: Mon - Fri 11:30 - 23:30, Sat, Sun 12:00 - 23:30

Clear Head (Lehká hlava)

Boršov 280/2, Praha 1, 11000

4.3 Reviewed by 7 users

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For 15 years, Prague's top vegetarian restaurant

Reviewed by Jason Pirodsky 18.06.2019 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
When Lehká hlava opened almost 15 years ago, it was a beacon of light for vegetarians in Prague who struggled to find a full-fledged vegetarian dining experience in the city. The cuisine, while still first-rate, has been equaled or surpassed by other vegetarian restaurants in the years since (Etnosvět), and vegetarian cuisine is no longer a rarity in Prague. But Lehká hlava still has two things really going for it: a great location around the... read more

Best Vegetarian, Best Quality

Reviewed by Michelle .Polacinski 30.05.2014 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
It's very hard to get a table here, especially if you have a big group, but it's a small space. The food is amazing for Prague standards and comparatively, the prices aren't bad. The waiters aren't amazing and they might forget your order a few times, but despite that, it's okay. The potatoes au gratin ARE AMAZING. ORDER THEM OR FOREVER REGRET YOUR LIFE DECISIONS. Enjoy your stay in Prague!

over famed Vegetarian Restuarant

Reviewed by Ferhat 24.03.2014
Place is small but cute, has a nice atmosphere. Menu is not bad, service is slow but definitely above Prague standards. On the other hand, due to busy Saturday evenings, their treatment to customers can change in a bad way, that reveals their lack of professionalism. Don't be sad if it's all booked on a Friday or Saturday evening. Not worth to push it

A welcome change

Reviewed by m massage 11.10.2010 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
It's been open about 5 years now - Lehka Hlava is such a welcome change in Prague. The food is very good, though I would avoid the creamy pastas: too heavy. The location is a great little spot and I particularly love the interesting drinks and juices; the chilli hot chocolate is to die for. The service, though friendly, is extremely slow - don't go there if you're in a rush. It's a popular place, so be sure to reserve a table well ahead of... read more

Mmmm... Vegetarian Heaven

Reviewed by Michaela Mravcova 03.11.2008 (gold reviewer) Gold
If you prefer vegetarian food or just healthy food choices in general, don't look no further - Lehka Hlava is definitely one of the best options in Prague. Located conveniently in the city centre, this restaurant not only has a beautifully designed unique interior but serves delicious, fresh and great quality food. My favourite on their menu is their grilled goat cheese with green leaves and cranberry sauce and their own version of a... read more

Great find

Reviewed by KellyMcB 14.06.2007 (silver reviewer) Silver
Tucked back in a quiet lane, the atmosphere is ephemeral, prices reasonable and the service excellent. Lots of vegie offerings and yummy tea.


Reviewed by jacefb 04.11.2006
A Czech friend took me here, and the experience was wonderful. Charmingly located on the shortest street in Prague, it is a breath of fresh air in a city with smoke-filled cafes and aloof waiters. That being said, the atmosphere was warm and friendly, and the wait staff was attentive and hospitable, thought still extremely apologetic and humble as all Czechs are. The place does not fit many people, and most people care to sit under the... read more