Italian, French, Arabic, Indian, Spanish, Mexican, Armenian, as well as kosher, vegetarian and of course traditional Czech – the range of cuisines offered by Prague’s restaurants is almost limitless. After a long day spent in the city centre, you can visit one of many elegant establishments offering first-class service and wonderful views, or check out a traditional Czech pub with welcoming staff and excellent beer. Bon appétit, or as we say in Czech, dobrou chuť!
Michelin quality for real gourmets
You can enjoy gastronomy of the very highest order at the Alcron and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise restaurants, which boast prestigious Michelin stars. Other places to give your taste buds a real treat include the unique Art Nouveau French Restaurant at the Municipal House, the restaurant Radisson Blu Hotel, Sansho and SaSaZu, whose fare is among the most popular in the city. If you’re looking for an excellent spot for brunch, we recommend Villa Richter just below Prague Castle, La Rotonde or La Gare.
Czech classics that you will adore
Would you like to try typical Czech cuisine? If so, why not choose a restaurant marked with the Czech Specials sign, which is a guarantee of excellent food in a pleasant environment. What particular Czech specialities should one try in Prague? Various sauces and meat and dumplings, baked poultry, freshwater fish and sweet cakes are typical of the local cuisine. Is your mouth starting to water? Then why not try some Czech specialities at restaurants such as Restaurant Parnas, U Pinkasů, Triton Restaurant, Osseg Restaurant, Gate Restaurant.
The best beer in town
A glass of excellent beer or South Moravian wine is the perfect accompaniment to most meals. For beer, visit one of Prague’s brewery pubs, where the “liquid bread” is brewed in brass tanks. Among the most highly recommended are the famous pub U Fleků, Pivovarský dům and the Staropramen brewery in the Smíchov district.