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The internationality of Prague may be observed in its variety of cuisines, of which many of them may compete on an international level: French, Thai, Korean, Afghan, Lebanese, Brazilian, Australian or Kenyan food may delight your appetite on any occasion. We assist you in getting a table in the most frequented establishments.

Restaurants in Prague

 
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Baracnicka Rychta

Prague's Mala Strana or Lesser Town may be beautiful but it's not an easy place to find a restaurant with prices the average resident of the city can afford. One of the few pubs with regular prices in the area is Baracnicka Rychta. What's more - it has a very interesting history.

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Bellevue Restaurant

Bellevue Restaurant serves superb cuisine in fine, elegant surroundings. Some restaurant critics consider this to be Prague's premier restaurant. Located close to the river, another attraction of Bellevue is the good views of Charles Bridge and across to Prague Castle. At night, the seats by the window offer fine views of both these impressive sights.

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Beograd Restaurant

Located near New Town hall, Beograd's site has seemingly been boarded up or under construction for most of the past few years. The results were worth the wait -- it's a pleasant set of wood-appointed, tile-floored rooms, with the gleaming copper tanks positioned along one of the larger rooms' main walls. Downstairs, a big beer hall is primed for tour groups from abroad.

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Brasileiro Restaurant

Brasileiro is a relatively authentic churrasco place with an imported oven, a theatrically dotting waitstaff, and patrons lost in a feeding frenzy. There are two fixed-price options here: Eat all you want of an extensive selection of salads and small plates; or also feast on a nonstop parade of meats, including grilled salmon, sausage, chicken, beef and more.

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Brasserie M

A Prague Original! Visit our authentic French Brasserie serving the classics with a modern twist. A warm, airy setting where you can see the Chef and his team preparing fresh delicacies in the open-kitchen before your very eyes.

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Cafe Louvre

The Cafe with a wide selection of breakfast menus and newspapers is open from 8.00 am. The Restaurant serves traditional Czech cuisine as well as light meals. Saloons are suitable for parties of 15 to 50 persons for various events – press conferences, meetings, banquets, wedding receptions, graduation parties etc.

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Cafe Savoy

If you fell for the French and Czech cuisine we would like to invite you to our new restaurant-pâtisserie CAFÉ SAVOY - so far the latest addition to the Ambiente Restaurants Group. Café Savoy offers a new standard of services provided with a traditional "golden times of the Czech gastronomy" approach from the turn of the 19th Century.

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Casa Lusitana

Casa Lusitana, known as Portugal House is an original Portugal Cafe and Winehouse.

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Celnice Restaurant

The Restaurant originated in the so-called Old Custom’s House where two architectural styles meet, the 19th century industrialism and current modern architecture. The dominant feature of the restaurant, just like in other restaurants based on this concept, is a replica of a brewing copper above the bar...

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Cerny Orel Restaurant

We take the pleasure in inviting you in our restaurant which is situated in a renaissance house in Malostranske namesti. After the fire in 1541, when the whole north side of Malostranske namesti was rebuilt in the renaissance style, there used to stand two smaller houses...

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Charleston Restaurant

A unique period-style restaurant that evokes the atmosphere of the Thirties. Total capacity 120. The lower floor is divided into two parts and may be booked for private occasions. Live music daily (violin, piano, singer).

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Cowboys Steaks and Cocktails

Cowboys Steaks & Cocktails is the restaurant to visit when exploring Prague Castle by day, or while soaking up the romantic atmosphere and panoramic views of Mala Strana and the Castle District by night.

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DownTown Cafe

Since its grand re-opening in April 2006, the hip and fashion forward Downtown Cafe continues to build on its six-year reputation as Prague's number one meeting point.

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Evergreen Restaurant

In the lower part of the restaurant there is a spacious dance floor where you can jive to the rhytms of evergreens from the sixties to present. The excellent acoustics ensure that diners in the upper part are not disturbed by the music.

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Fluidum Restaurant

Particularly welcome to our restaurant where you may expect excellent (not only) Mediterranean cuisine, lunch menu, wide selection of quality wine, mysterious Fluidum Bar and its cocktails, Czech beer, unconventional atmosphere and but also friendly service!

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George and Dragon

The George And Dragon was founded in September 2003. Since that time it has grown to be the no. 1 Bar for British people to visit and make themselves feel at home in Prague.

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Hergetova Cihelna

Lively, stylish and drop-dead gorgeous, this landmark restaurant on the banks of the river Vltava wows with a spectacular view of the Charles Bridge that is so close you can almost reach out and stir your mojito with it.

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Kamenny Most Restaurant

Kamenny Most is not only a culinary enjoyment of delicous meals, refreshing drinks and pleasant and attentive service. It is a cosy place full of an entertainment and well-being where you can meet new friends. Come and enjoy an atmosphere of a uniquely decorated Renaissance cellar - restaurant in the historic Centre of Prague situated right under Charles Bridge.

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Kampa park Restaurant

Kampa Park is Prague's premiere fine dining establishment. A favorite of local and international celebrities, this upscale restaurant delivers sumptuous gourmet cuisine that includes world-class fish and meat delicacies paired with over 150 wines.

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Klub Lavka

Klub Lavka is a popular club near Karlovy Lazne and the Charles Bridge. It has 2 different levels for the club and an outdoor terrace facing the bridge. The upstairs is more of a place to sit and relax and the downstairs is for dancing. There is a cover charge and no real dress code.

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Koliba Restaurant

Restaurant Koliba is situated only 2 minutes walk from the Prague subway station Roztyly, which is on Line C. Its architectually unique facade is visible directly from the station.

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Kolkovna Restaurant

The Kolkovna Restaurant is not only a tourist attraction, but also a lively meeting place for modern people who respect history and tradition, and at the same time require originality. The guests´ taste buds will appreciate not only the golden lager Pilsner Urquell but also good quality food...

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La Perle Restaurant

La Perle de Prague is a restaurant located in exquisite spaces on the 7th floor of The Dancing House. From the air-conditioned restaurant a fantastic view can be had of Prague´s skyline including St. Vitus´s Cathedral and the presidential palace. During the summer months guests can take their lunch, dinner or just have a drink with friends.

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La Provence Restaurant

La Provence Restaurant & Brasserie is a real paradise for all lovers of French cuisine - from January 2005 you can find here two French restaurants under only one roof. You can taste specialties of real Parisian Brasserie in the ground floor and continue downstairs to enjoy romantic interior offering Provence cuisine. Another great value to you is our location - our restaurant is right behind the Old Town Square.

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Lvi Dvur Restaurant

Set in the beautiful Royal Garden of Prague Castle, Lvi Dvur Restaurant brings the spirit of 16th century Rudolfine Prague alive. Original, period furnishings combined with modern day touches give a very special feel to this restaurant.

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Mlynec Restaurant

Mlynec is a fine restaurant throughout, but it is out on the terrace, that it comes into its own. As you step outside onto the terrace dining area, the view takes your breath away. Here you are seated next to the magnificent Charles Bridge and the Old Town Bridge Tower.

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Olympia Restaurant

The popular restaurant The Olympia, the third from the Pilsner Urquell Original Restaurant network run by the Kolkovna Group, was welcoming its faithful guests already in the 1930's under the name of Urban's Café, and later it was known under the name of 'Opera Café'.

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Palac Kinskych

The Kinski Palace Restaurant is located in the rear part of the Kinski Palace (Palac Kinskych). The restaurant offers an ultimate environment for ceremonial events as well as business meetings. Our cuisine can satisfy even the most particular gourmets.

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Pasta Cafe Restaurant

The Ambiente group's style-heavy cafe gets ink here for its early hours and good breakfasts, including terrific espresso, delicious egg dishes, as well as pancakes, croissants and pastries. The minimalist dining room, with giant plate glass windows looking out over Josefov makes this a great place to relax with the morning paper and get ready for your day.

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Pastyrka Restaurant

The rustic quality of the cabin structure makes for an oasis in the midst of a busy city environment. Contributing to the stylish atmosphere is a wooden interior, chairs covered with sheep's hide, a fireplace, and the permeating aroma of roasted meat.

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Pizzeria Di Carlo

Pizzeria di Carlo was established as a family business in 1997 on Karlovo namesti (which in English means Charles Square, hence the name Pizzeria di Carlo)

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Pod Krydlem Restaurant

Restaurant pod Kridlem is Fully Air-Conditioned with an impressive Art-Deco inspired interior.Menu listing food of a many styles (featuring both typical Czech Cuisine and centemporary international gastronomy trends) guarenteed to go down a treat pleasing any guestes taste, prepared from strictly fresh ingredients.

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Prague Inn Restaurant

The Prague INN restaurant was opened at the beginning of June 2005. Our newly opened restaurant will remind you of the traditional Czech meals served in a non-traditional manner and presented in a way that will convince you that classic things, too, may surprise you and satisfy perfectly your gastronomic craving...

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Ristorante Pasta Fresca

All the pasts there is hand made and super fresh. Very cozy, elegant, attractive décor – including art pieces on the wall constructed of pasta noodles.

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Sovovy Mlyny Restaurant

Combining architectural spaces and magnificent scenery with innovative cuisine, Sovovy Mlyny offers its patrons with a multi sensual and cultural experience, equal to none in Prague and rivals the finest establishments throughout Europe and perhaps the world...

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Square Restaurant

Perfectly situated between Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, Square is a restaurant for all hours of the day. In the morning, it's a great place to peacefully enjoy the best breakfasts in town. At lunch and dinner it's a swanky place for stylish dining at moderate prices.

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Taj Mahal

TAJ MAHAL - traditional indian restaurant in the centre of Prague. TAJ MAHAL is Prague´s first restaurant offering fully air-conditioned separated dinning rooms for smokers and non smokers. Now we bring it to you in all its glory.INDIA on a plate. From the fiery tandoor-oven grilled chicken and the mild lamb kormas of the North, to the spicy dishes of the south, all the varieties are represented in our comprehensive menu.

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The Living Restaurants

Offering a wide range of well-priced dishes that won't burn a hole in your wallet, pasta and Tex-Mex food predominates, while certain items are available in smaller portions for the ladies! However, if you can, save room for Ambiente's typically American deserts, they're fab!

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Three Lions British Bar Prague

Sister bar to the George and Dragon. Located in the heart of the city. Surrounded by bars, clubs and restaurants, the three lions is the newest biggest british bar to hit the streets of Prague.

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U Maliru Restaurant

In 15th century, the house was built along the wall in front of the Maltez's church and the monastery which rules and books accepted. In the year 1543, J. ic, the artist, bought the house for 40 piles of cents from Jiří Kuřátka.

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U Modre Kachnicky I Restaurant

Small side gourmet jewel with an antique romance inviting even the rich & famous... Enjoy the unforgettable interior charm together with the unique delights. ...for the festive meeting dining with candles and a live piano, for everyday lunches with business partners and your family.

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U Modre Kachnicky II Restaurant

Old Town mood admonishes to forget, still full of unforgettable memories... Wonder the unique retro - art nouveau style with a glass of our top quality wine. ...try the special and creative news of traditional Bohemian and favorite international cuisine...

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U Provaznice Restaurant

This rope-maker was a master of his craft and therefore he often dwelled on his journeys to the far sea. Nevertheless the loneliness was too heavy to bear for the pretty lady, she suffered under a deep bordom. One time, as her husband had just returned, she asked him if she could have her own pub.

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U Sadlu Restaurant

Restaurant U Sadlu is an anomaly. Take a typical Prague pub/restaurant, add happy waiters, and food that has gone Euro. The place is truly amazing. Once you can get past the writing on the menues (its in some Heiroglyphic-Old German hybrid font) you will enter a world of well-cooked, fresh meats and chicken ...

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U Sani Restaurant

lunch menu with at least 25 quick meals, including game, fish and other kinds of meat . Wide selection of vegetarian dishes. Evening menu has a wide selection of minute dishes from all over the world (France, USA, Mexico etc.)

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U Vladare Restaurant

The traditional Czech specialities and old-Prague cuisines, game and international cuisine. The Krušovice beer. Selected Moravian and millstone wine. The consummation of the turistical trips. The restaurant, wine bar, club, all is fully air-conditioned.

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U Zlate Studne Restaurant

The newest Palffy Group member, established in the uphill Hotel of Zlata Studne, the Terasa u Zlate studne, offers wonderful panoramic views and exquisite cuisine. It is accessible from the Prague Castle or directly from Mala Strana...

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V Zatisi Restaurant

V Zatisi Wine Restaurant was one of the first restaurants in Prague to open it's doors after the velvet revolution. By 1996, V Zatisi had achieved the prestigious best restaurant in Central & Eastern Europe award by Egon Ronays Seagram Guide. By 2001 it had been named best restaurant in Prague by Gourmet 2001.

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Vikarka Restaurant

Restaurant Vikarka, also named as Restaurant Vicariate. At the very beginning of the 14th century there were church institutions in these places, however later, during the reign of Charles IV, who yielded the vicars right to brew beer, the Vicars' liquor flowed here in streams.

 

Restaurants are often only perceived as an F&B provider and therefore often misunderstood and inappropriately reported. The internationalisation of tastes and the presence of worldwide taste in any geographical region makes it impossible to remain objective and qualify F&B concepts by comparing them to operations in other cities. International chains, franchised concepts, all year availability of ingredients and fusion kitchen are just a few hints to the global culinary village.

Prague responds to this trend with a rich variety of concepts and nationalities to choose from. Preparation and presentation have reached an international level and therefore it is not worth discussing for better or worse than in another metropolitan city. We offer a database of more than 600 establishments in Prague and for various reasons all of them may be recommended. The recommendations we make are based on our personal experience and are therefore very subjective. Even though other testers and contacts have confirmed our experience, it represents no guarantee in a long run. We will therefore advice based on what you are looking for, providing you assistance regarding the reservation and also link you to a staff member that we know well.

Our guided tours offer more control over such service deliveries and remain the best guarantee for top quality service.

Sometimes great food and great service just aren't enough. These are the conditions in a highly competitive restaurant environment. Diners today experience their meals with their sight, sound, touch, as well as with taste. Restaurants may aim for excitement or for more relaxed and soothing environments. So instead of the traditional speech about tastes that need to be experienced and not talked about, we decided to provide you eight tips of restaurant design professional Shawn Alexander (AIA) completed by Daniel Grossmann (EHL) on how to contemplate a new design or renovate their establishment: