I’m a regular for dinner at Satsang, the vegetarian on Krymská street (although the nearest 22 tram stop is Ruská). I’ve never tried their weekend brunch options until now – their Eggs Benedict was so good I had to write about it.
In a non-vegetarian place, I usually substitute the ham with smoked salmon to make Eggs Royale. Here you can choose avocado or basil and goats cheese with a side salad or potatoes. The poached eggs were perfectly cooked, the hollandaise not overpowering. What an amazing dish for 155 Kč.
A 0.15l glass of Merlot is 54 Kč and a bottle of tap water is free. They have a great Czech beer on tap called Matuška (64 Kč) – there have less expensive beers, but you should try one of these. https://www.pivovarmatuska.cz/en/
Dinner options include a great ‘beyond meat’ burger, pad thai and my current favourite, new to the menu, quessadilla.
The staff have always been friendly and welcoming, as is the owner and his dog.
I should add that this review wasn’t sponsored by Satsang – I honestly really like this place.
I could hear Sisa Fehér singing live from my table outside Satsang. So I walked up Krymska and found Café V lese were having an outdoor concert to celebrate ten years in business – review here.
+420 267 314 903
https://www.facebook.com/satsangrestaurant/ – Facebook page
Open every day from 11.00 to 23.00. Lunch is served between 11.00 -15.00.
The only window table, actually in the window, is cool but has quite narrow seats.
The interior is industrial, exposed brickwork, open kitchen.
I like the incandescent lights.