**NOTE: This cafe closed down in April 2008. Another one bites the dust.
However, V told me that their veggie wrap was very good, especially given the dearth of quality and healthy lunch options in the Wenceslas Square area. She was a bit annoyed that I didn't give Fuzion a higher recommendation.
In my defense, when I first visited, I didn't see a veggie wrap in the case. But I could see I was going to have to go back again to please this one particular reader.
Upon my return, I was in luck. There were several veggie wraps on display. It costs 65 CZK if you eat it in the restaurant or 60 CZK if you take it outside. I took it with me back to work.
The wrap is filled with raw yellow and green peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, and goat cheese. It is wrapped in a green spinach and flour tortilla. It only looks brown in the picture because it is then wrapped with paper.
The big attraction for V, aside from the fact that it is healthy and light, is the goat cheese. We both like goat cheese a lot. And the goat cheese is what saves this wrap from being completely boring. The other ingredients are fairly unimaginative. The one negative aspect was that when I took the brown paper off, the wrap began to unwrap a bit and fall apart.
So, it is definitely a good light option for lunch. But it just goes to show that my tastes are my own and not necessarily what V likes or possibly even you.
Given a choice, I'll go for the warm ham and cheese croissant with a hot chocolate every time.
Prague 1Tel. (+420) 224 215 156
Hours: Mon-Fri 7 am - 8 pm
Sat-Sun 8 am - 5 pm