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Grazing Daysi restaurant

Grazing Daysi restaurant

If you like to explore other neighborhoods except Prague centre and connect it with a tasty vegetarian lunch or dinner, we have a tip for you – the restaurant Grazing Daisy, located at the entrance to nature reserve Divoká Šárka in Prague 6 (close to Vaclav Havel Airport Prague), hidden in a greenery. 


 

Grazing Daysi is a family vegan & vegetarian restaurant based on Ayurvedic principles. For cooking they use preferably organic and local products and avoid preservatives and artificial flavorings. They also don’t use white flour, white sugar or processed food and most of the dishes are gluten-free and dairy&egg-free. We can recommend their chapati rolls with paneer&spinach, green mung soup, pumpkin&tender green bean curry, variety of chutneys, or carrot&white radish&sprouted green mung salad with tamarind dressing. But in love we really felt with their rhubarb&apple crumble with homemade ice-cream. However, other deserts such as cous cous&poppy seed cake and vegan pancakes with fruit are worth to taste as well!
For drinks you can choose among homemade lemonades or teas, authentic wines or beers from mini-brewery Matuska. The capacity is quite limited, inside there are two large tables hosting up to 25 people, but if the weather is nice, you can sit in the patio too. 
The lunch or weekend brunch might be a nice start for a walk in this reserve that is very popular among residents for spending their leisure time. The name Divoka Sarka comes from a warrior Sarka, who, according to mythology, threw herself from the cliffs. Just next to the restaurant there is a natural lake called “Džbán” (The Jug), where you can also go for a swim. If you prefer swimming pools, the path will lead you to a small complex of swimming pools called Koupaliste Divoka Sarka (among the locals known as “U Veselika”). It is very nice there, because you are in the valley among rocks, in the middle of forests. Two local pools are clean and large, but the water is bit cooler, so for me it is just for one jump and few temps and out of it. Besides enjoying pools you can also stroll along the paths through the forest, as well as climb your way up to the rocks and enjoy a wonderful view of the nature around. You will easily forget that you are still in the city. 

Grazing Daysi is a family vegan & vegetarian restaurant based on Ayurvedic principles. For cooking they use preferably organic and local products and avoid preservatives and artificial flavorings. They also don’t use white flour, white sugar or processed food and most of the dishes are gluten-free and dairy&egg-free. We can recommend their chapati rolls with paneer&spinach, green mung soup, pumpkin&tender green bean curry, variety of chutneys, or carrot&white radish&sprouted green mung salad with tamarind dressing. But in love we really felt with their rhubarb&apple crumble with homemade ice-cream. However, other deserts such as cous cous&poppy seed cake and vegan pancakes with fruit are worth to taste as well!For drinks you can choose among homemade lemonades or teas, authentic wines or beers from mini-brewery Matuska. The capacity is quite limited, inside there are two large tables hosting up to 25 people, but if the weather is nice, you can sit in the patio too. 

 

 

The lunch or weekend brunch might be a nice start for a walk in this reserve that is very popular among residents for spending their leisure time. The name Divoká Šárka comes from a warrior Šárka, who, according to mythology, threw herself from the cliffs. Just next to the restaurant there is a natural lake called “Džbán” (The Jug), where you can also go for a swim. If you prefer swimming pools, the path will lead you to a small complex of swimming pools called Koupaliste Divoka Sarka (among the locals known as “U Veselíka”). It is very nice there, because you are in the valley among rocks, in the middle of forests. Two local pools are clean and large, but the water is bit cooler, so for me it is just for one jump and few temps and out of it. Besides enjoying pools you can also stroll along the paths through the forest, as well as climb your way up to the rocks and enjoy a wonderful view of the nature around. You will easily forget that you are still in the city. 


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