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Mex style cooking, though clearly muted for the local market. Flavours 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 1-Malá Strana, website 
Open daily 11:30 a.m.–midnight
Rated: Moderate

King Solomon

Sets the mark for kosher restaurants in Prague. The menu ranges from classics such as gefilte fish and good old-fashioned chicken broth to upscale Czech. Good list of kosher wines, too. It’s an unassuming place when viewed from the sidewalk. Inside, though, includes a nice atrium with white tablecloths.

Address: Široká 8, Prague 1–Old Town, website
Tel.: 224 818 752
Open Sun.–Thu. noon-11 p.m. Friday dinner and Saturday lunch by reservation only
Rated: Expensive

Red, Hot & Blues

The place has been around for a while and still holds up. The menu draws from Cajun, Creole, Tex-Mex and all-American favourites, and the results are reasonable. One of the big attractions is a cool interior courtyard, full even when the rest of the place sits empty. Weekend brunches are a nice bargain.

Address: Jakubská 12, Prague 1 –Old Town  
Open daily 9 a.m.-11 p.m. (bar open till midnight)
Rated: Moderate

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