Restaurants and Cafes

In Prague you can find international restaurants from the finest Italian and French cuisine to Japanese, Korean, Thai, Greek, Scandinavian and Mexican. Food is still affordable despite price increases in recent years. Original Czech food comprises roast or grilled meat and dumplings, which not all tourists necessarily find tasty, but when it’s done well traditional Czech cuisine is worth a try.


Prague is safe concerning cleanliness and hygiene. Quoting the main hygiene officer of the republic, Mr Michael Vít, the representatives of the CzechTourism agency explained that the catering facilities are inspected by a state authority once in two years, whereas in most other EU countries the inspections are done only randomly by some professional associations.


The restaurants we list are recommended for their cuisine, ambience and popularity among travellers. If you want to eat at a particularly ‘famous’ establishment it would be better to make a reservation, particularly at peak periods such as weekends and during the high season.


Coda Restaurant, Aria Hotel, Lesser Town, Prague 1 The two most important things for a restaurant is the quality of the food and the location and thankfully, the Coda restaurant in Prague does very well on both accounts. With regards to location, the major reason for visiting the Coda is …

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U Maltezskych Rytiru

U Maltezskych Rytiru, Prokopská 10, Prague 1 If you are looking for a Prague pub with a lot of history, you will be delighted to hear that the U Maltezskych Rytiru pub dates back to the 14th century and is considered to be a perfect example of a classicism house …

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Ginger&Fred Restaurant

The Ginger&Fred Restaurant in New Town, Prague, is located on the top-most level of the Dancing House building. This structure is famous for its curvy, dramatic appearance, glass windows, and unique architecture. This prime location overlooks some of the most awe-inspiring attractions that Prague has to offer, including the Vlatva …

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Mlynec Restaurant, Old Town, Prague 1 In Prague, you are not short of great dining choices and the city is rightly renowned for offering a great and varied selection of food for locals and tourists. This can make it difficult to find somewhere that stands out but the Mlynec Restaurant …

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Bily Konicek

Restaurant & Jazz Club, Old Town, Prague Bily Konicek Restaurant & Jazz Club is situated in Old Town Square, Prague. Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic, and also the capital.  Bily Konicek is nestled in a medieval cellar, in one of the oldest buildings in the Square. …

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U Kalicha Pub

U Kalicha Pub Restaurant, Vinohrady, Prague 2 Even if you are only spending a short amount of time in Prague, you will be very aware of Wenceslas Square and will probably spend a lot of your time in the surrounding region. If you are looking for a great dining experience, …

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V Zatisi Restaurant

V Zatisi Restaurant, Old Town, Prague V Zatisi Restaurant in Old Town, is a relaxed, sophisticated venue, which was among the first restaurants to open in Prague following the Velvet Revolution. V Zatisi is located near Betlemska Square. Over the years, V Zatisi has won numerous awards, including “Best Restaurant …

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Kolkovna Restaurant, Old Town, Prague 1 The Old Town area of Prague is a quaint quarter, perfect for locals and tourists to mingle, interact and enjoy some stunning architecture. There are a number of great local bars and restaurants with the Kolkovna Restaurant being one of the best in an …

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Allegro (CottoCrudo), Veleslavínova 2a, Prague Prague has many fine restaurants, but one of the preferred dining venues is in the Four Seasons—the Allegro Restaurant, which offers the most unequivocally lauded cuisine. At Allegro, diners delight in views of Prague Castle and the river and can take advantage of plenty of …

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Buddha Bar Restaurant

Buddha Bar Restaurant, Old Town, Prague  The Buddha Bar Restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, Prague. In addition to Prague, Czech Republic, there are Buddha Bar Restaurants situated in Sao Paolo, Kiev, Beirut, Jakarta, Dubai, London, Paris, and New York City. At first impression, the Buddha Bar …

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