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Prague restaurants

Prague restaurants

Choose from well-known restaurants in Prague. At your request we can recommend a restaurant that will suit your needs and requirements.


Smetanovo nábřeží 18, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: daily 11:00 - 24:00
International Cuisine

Bellevue serves superb Czech and international cuisine in fine, elegant surroundings. The restaurant is renowned by the culinary art of Chef Petr Bures, featured and recommended by the Michelin Guide 2010. Located close to the river, another attraction of Bellevue is the good views of Charles Bridge and across to Prague Castle. Especially the summer terrace offers fine views of both these impressive sights. The interior design of the Bellevue restaurant was created by leading Czech designers and combines metropolitan elegance with more than a touch of glamour. Bellevue is a 100% non smoking restaurant.


Na Kampě 83, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: daily 11:30 - 01:00
International Cuisine

A picture postcard view of Prague right from your very table and a place to park your car just below an arch of the Charles Bridge. Photos of world famous VIPs gaze down from the walls. Elegant and classy, this restaurant offers outstanding cuisine and a decent selection of wine. The staff at times can be a little too familiar.



Strahovské nádvoří 302, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: daily 10:30 – 23:00, brewery daily 09:00 – 23:00
Czech and International Cuisine
Situated in a gothic house

Restaurant "Klasterní pivovar" (Monasterial Brewery) is located in the building of a monastery. The brewery – restaurant thus carries on with a very long tradition. Besides traditional black and wheat beer, the cuisine of our restaurant offers South Bohemian specialities made according to original recipes from the 16th – 19th centuries.


V Kolkovně 8, Prague 1, map
Opening hours : daily 11:00 - 24:00
Traditional Czech Cuisine

Very good location in the historically oldest part of Prague, near from the Old Town Square.


Kaprova 19/5, Prague 1, map
Opening hours : daily 09:00 - 02:00

Cuban cocktail bar and nusic restaurant in the colonial style of old Havana



Náprstkova 8, Prague, map
Opening hours: daily 11:00 – 24:00
Czech and International cuisine

Restaurant Michal is situated in a very historic centre of Prague, on the right bank of Vltava River, in Naprstkova street, about 3 minutes walking from the Charles Bridge. It is situated in Art Noveau building from the beginning of the 20th century. It is on the ground floor, main entrance situated directly from the pavement. It has 160 seats, if only one group has to be seated in one moment. A special folklore show could take place there in the evenings on the special request as well as any other type of concert. Restaurant offers very typical Czech dishes (roasted duck with cabbage, stewed beef with creamy sauce and dumplings or roasted pork) as well as international cuisine, light meals or vegetarian dishes.


Vodičkova 20, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: Mo - Fri 08:00 - 23:30, Sat 11:30 - 23:30, Sun 12:00 - 22:00
Czech and International Cuisine
Air-conditioning only in 1 room
Accordion player daily 19:30 - 23:00

Located near Wenceslas Square, this is one of the largest pubs in Prague, having five vast rooms. Despite this, there´s still a chance you won´t find a seat. The beer is slightly sweet, a little cloudy and brewed on the spot. Meals are traditional. 250 seats in 9 rooms + summer terrace.


Náměstí Republiky 5, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: daily 12:00 - 16:00 and 18:00 - 24:00
Traditional Czech Cuisine
Folklor music

In the basement of the Municipal House is concealed a spacious oblong restaurant. Featuring light-blue tiled walls, mosaic tessellated bow windows and a gold clock suspended from the ceiling. At the end of the hall there is a dais where a band usually plays in the evenings. Traditional Czech cuisine is served.


Křemencova 11, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: 09:00 - 23:00
Traditional Czech Cuisine
Folkore music daily

This famous Prague pub established 1499 boasts a strong caramel-like potion made in its own brewery. With vast rooms and a courtyard garden, it certainly attracts the tourist crowds. The food tends to be washed down with vast quantities of beer. Goulash with dumplings is the crowd puller.


Staroměstské náměstí, Prague 1, map
Czech and International Cuisine
Music every day 20:00-24:00 – jazz/ folklor/ guitars
Situated in a gothic house, collection of antique wall clocks

Very good location in the historically oldest part of Prague, right the opposite the Old Town Astronomical Clock. The unique setting of the Gothic building U Modré hvězdy (At the Blue Star) from the 13th century, where is the restaurant situated , is stressed by a rate collection of antique wall clocks.


Celetná 17, Prague 1, map
Opening hours: daily 11:00 - 24:00
Old Czech Cuisine
Historical fantasy live show on THU - SUN

Welcome in the tavern, in which you will be taken several hundred years back in time – as far back as the Middle Ages! From all corners of our tavern you will feel rough, yet romantic atmosphere of this age. Neither any of the details, nor any of the senses have been omitted. There will be plenty to look at, to listen to, but most importantly, plenty to taste. You will enjoy your time watching swordsmen, jugglers as well as charming dancers, listening to period music, the wine and beer will flow, and you will be eating your meal the way reflecting the spirit of time, with your hands! If you are lucky, an old fortune-teller will reveal your destiny reading from your palm, and at the very end of your visit you will sneak past the executioner. Only one thing will leave you disappointed... your return back to the present times!


Jilská 4, Prague 1, map
Opening hours : daily 10:00 - 02:00
Czech Cuisine

Restaurant is situated in the historical centre of Prague, not far from Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square). This restaurant is famous not only for its typical Czech atmosphere in the style of the Old Bohemian alehouse, but also for its "Plzeň" beer of excellent quality and traditional Czech and international cuisine.

Czech cuisine

Czech cuisine

Czech cuisine has both influenced and been influenced by the cuisines of surrounding countries. Many of the fine cakes and pastries that are popular in Central Europe originated in the Czech lands. Czech cuisine is marked by a strong emphasis on meat dishes. Pork is quite common, and beef and chicken are also popular. Goose, duck, rabbit and wild game are served. Fish is rare, with the occasional exception of fresh trout and carp, which is served at Christmas.

Side dishes

Dumplings - knedlíky (steamed and sliced bread-like side dish) are one of the mainstays of Czech cuisine and are quite often served with meals. They can be wheat or potato based, and are sometimes made from a combination of wheat flour and stale bread or rolls and served cut into slices.

Roast pork with dumplings and Sauerkraut (colloquially vepřo-knedlo-zelo) is considered the most popular Czech dish.They can be prepared from scratch,from cabbage or from sauerkraut,which is most common.There are different varieties,from sour to sweet. Red or white cabbage can be used.

Marinated beef sirloin (svíčková) is braised beef,usually larded with a thick sauce of carrot,parsley root,celeriac and cream. This dish is often served with dumplings,chantilly cream, a teaspoon of cranberry compote and a slice of lemon.


Since beer is a big part of Czech life, many popular Czech dishes and cheeses are usually eaten as pub fare.

Bramborák are fried pancakes madeof rough-grated or fine-grated raw potatoes,flour,milk and sometimes slices sausages or sauerkraut.They are spiced with marjoram,salt,pepper and garlic and usually sized to fit the cooking dish.Smaller variants are often eaten as a side dish.

Utopenci are piquantly pickled bratwursts in sweet-sour vinegar marinade with black pepper,bayleaf,lots of raw onion and chilli peppers.


Czech cuisine

Smažený sýr is the most contemporary of Czech national dishes.A thick slice of cheese (usually Edam or Hermelín) is coated in bread-crumbs and fried and served with potatoes and tartar sauce.

Nakládaný hermelín is a soft cheese,same family as brie marinated with peppers,onion etc. In oil. Hermelín can also be deep fried as above.

Pivní sýr – (Beer Cheese) is soft cheese,usually meíxed with raw onions and mustard and spread on toasted bread.

Olomoucké syrečky is an aged cheese with strong odour.It´s made in Moravia from 15th century.


Soup plays an important role in Czech cuisine. Meals usually consist of two or more courses: the first course is traditionally soup,the second course is the main dish and then other courses such as dessert or compote may follows.Common soup in Czech restaurants are beef or chicken broth with noodles,garlic soup with croutons and cabbage soup with minced sausage.Other soups,which are mainly cooked at home are pea,bean or lentil soup,goulash soup,potato soup,fish soup,champignon mushroom soup and assortment of mixed vegetable soups.


Fruit dumplings are mostly made using plums or apricots.Whole fruit are coated with potato or curd dough and steamed,then served with butter,sugar and sometimes milled poppy seed or curd cheese.Different varieties of fruit dumplings include strawberry,cherry,apricot,bilberry or peach.They are usually eaten as a main dish.

Czech cuisine

Cake (kolache - koláče) is a type of yeast pastry consisting of fillings ranging from fruits to cheeses or poppy seed on doughnut.Koláče are commonly eaten at breakfast.

Buchty yeast pastry similar to koláče,the same filling is wrapped in piece of dough and baked. Sweet dumplings with custard sauce are traditional Czech dumplings.

Vánočka is prepared for Christmas ,along with many kinds of biscuits and sweets.Vánočka is same type of pastry as Jewish Challah.


The Czech national drink - beer, first and foremost worldwide known Pilsner beer, brewed in Plzen, the city in the Western Bohemia. But many other excellent light and dark beers also figure in the offer - Budvar, Radegast, Gambrinus, Smíchovské, Kozel, Bernard, Krusovice and tens of other brands. Aside from Slivovitz,Czech beer and wine, Czechs also produce two uniquely Czech liquors, Fernet Stock and Becherovka. Kofola is a non-alcoholic Czech soft drink somewhat similar in look and taste to Coca-Cola but not as sweet. A mixed drink consisting of Becherovka and tonic water is called Beton.Beton is an abbreviation of BEcherovka and TONic. Another popular mixed drink is Fernet Stock mixed with tonic,called Bavorák.

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