The city of Prague offers more restaurants than you could ever visit on one or two trips and the nice thing is that the city also has a large number of wonderful eateries as well. After all, it should be quality over quantity. That’s why we mention that restaurant Allegro received the very first Michelin star in the whole of post-Communist Eastern Europe.
If you are only in town for a few days and feeling overwhelmed by the number of restaurant choices facing you, then we offer a few suggestions that you can’t go wrong with.
Reservations: Tables could be booked by phone, and some restaurants might be booked via their website. There is no need to book for lunchtimes, but when you are planning a dinner on a Friday or Saturday, particularly in better-known eating places, it is advisable to contact them and make a reservation in advance.
Unless otherwise indicated, reviews in this chapter are for top restaurants, which tends to be expansive.