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.

Maly Buddha

Malý Buddha, Úvoz 46, Hradcany Located in Hradcany, Malý Buddha (Little Buddha) an Asia teahouse is a delightful exotic secret. You step in and see the candle light, hear the soft music, then you notice the Rattan furniture, the shrine to Buddha, hanging lanterns, and you forget you are in …

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Restaurants Picks

Whether you are on vacation in Prague or in town on business, you will have to eat and probably want a drink at some point.  The good news is that you will find no shortage of great restaurant, pubs, beer and food in Prague.  Here are a few of our …

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Aromi, Mánesova 78, Vinohrady, Prague If you wish to experience a wonderful Italian meal while in Prague, visit Aromi.  With seating for over 80 guests, a particular family-run restaurant provides a warm and elegant setting in the traditional Italian style. Shelves filled with wine bottles and cook books and a …

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SaSaZu is the hottest dance club in Prague meant to draw in the international throng of club goers. The club’s 5,000 m2 of space will accommodate about 2,000 people. World-famous celebrities and DJs who visit and the sleek interior of this new club make it a popular night spot. Much …

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Petrinske Terasy Restaurant

Located high on Petrin Hill, Petrinske Terasy Pub offers some of the best views you will find of all of Prague.  This former priest’s rectory is a great place to stop in and warm up while enjoying a drink or a cup of coffee.  If you are in Prague during …

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Prague’s Famous Sweet Shops

The Legendary Prague Sweet Shop Mysak The Mysak Gallery is a house of sweet delight with the air of times long gone, still very much in demand. After Erhartova cukrarna on Letna and Paukert delicatessen on Narodni trida it is another café with sweets, served with style. The original premises …

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Listing of Recommended Asian Restaurants in Prague

China Fusion It is not just another average Chinese restaurant. This quiet, upscale hideaway occupies a room above the crowded Světozor passage off Vodičkova, but it might as well be another world. In fact, with understated décor and bold Canton-and Szechwan-based creations intertwined creatively with foreign tastes, China Fusion is …

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Coffee and Tea

Coffee (káva) and tea (čaj) are very popular hot drinks everywhere in the world, and no less so in Prague. There are a few coffee terms regarding different coffees. The traditional Czech coffee is Turek, or Turkish coffee (hot water poured over ground beans that end up as sludge at …

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Other Restaurants

Cantina Mex style cooking, though clearly muted for the local market. Flavors are clean and bright, rather than spicy. Salsa comes off as more herbal than piquant. And if those aren’t on your plus side, then a couple of well-shaken margaritas should make up for everything. Address: Újezd 38, Prague …

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