Visit Góvinda and indulge in the scents of exotic spices and genuine Indian cuisine. When we talk about Indian cuisine, we have a real Vedic cuisine rather than a modern Indian cooking school of chicken curry. The Vedic cuisine is traditionally vegetarian and will also satisfy those who deny milk and dairy products. You can put together your own menu from the main vegetable dishe sabjí, rice, salads and spicy-sweet chatní. The restaurant also offers a wide selection of candies prepared according to Indian recipes. Most meals are also suitable for people with a gluten-free diet. Thursday evenings are devoted to interesting lectures on the development of consciousness and spirituality.