Czech Food and Drinks

Traditional Czech food is not for the faint-hearted. An individual portion feeds the whole family and almost explodes with calories. On the bright side: Czech meals and Czech beer are a happy marriage. Traditional Czech food consists of pork or beef doused in a sauce and served with dumplings.

Meat is the mainstay of most dishes. Non-meat eaters no longer have a difficult time in Prague because almost all restaurants include vegetarian dishes. The Czechs seem to be allergic to vegetables; only the smallest sliver of red pepper, the tiniest slice of tomato and half a gherkin accompany your main dish unless you order a salad as a main course.

Czech cuisine draws from German, Polish Hungarian and Austrian recipes. Almost every menu features goulash, grilled sausages, potato pancakes and roast pork with dumplings and cabbage. And finally, there is pivo! It is impossible to talk food without mentioning pivo (beer); bottom-fermented lager from the city of Plzeň (Pilsen) or one of the brews from the micro-breweries in Prague. Prague brims with beer garden where you can savour different types of beer. They each have their own distinctive flavour.

There are so many cafés, restaurants, beer gardens and pubs in Prague that it is difficult to make a choice. Below you will find the pick of the bunch.

Restaurants

Coffee bars

Ice Cream

Pubs and Bars

Local Food and Drinks

Recipes

Recipe for Czech Apple Strudel

Recipe for Czech Apple Strudel

Apple strudel is a popular delicacy in many Easter European countries. It is a sweet layered pastry with an apple, raisin and nut filling inside. The strudel can be served on its own or with ice cream, whipped cream or vanilla sauce. You need not be a top chef because...

read more
Hospoda Ferdinanda

Hospoda Ferdinanda

Where to eat in Prague is no problem because the city abounds in restaurants, hospoda and beer gardens. Be sure to have at least one meal in Micro Brewery Ferdinanda in Prague, not only because of the best beer but also because of authentic dishes, exactly the way...

read more
Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec in Prague means savoring roast goose accompanied by a glass of Moravian wine while enjoying the grandiose view of Charles Bridge, one of Prague's most famous sights. Mlynec means dining in style whether you are sitting outside on the summer terrace...

read more
Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre is a Prague institution and has moved with the times in style. Have a coffee here and follow in the footsteps of famous visitors like Franz Kafka, Herman Brod and Albert Einstein. Located on always busy Narodni Street almost next to the National Theater,...

read more
Palffy Palac

Palffy Palac

Tucked away in a side street in Prague's Mala Strana district, Palffy Palac is a well hidden gem. Go for fixed -price lunch menu at a very affordable price or come in the evening for the a la carte menu. During summer days you can sit on the terrace with a corner view...

read more
Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia is an institution in Prague and the place to be for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Be sure to order crispy apple strudel or chocolatey Sachertorte to accompany your cappuccino or Videnska kava, strong coffee topped with whipped cream. Located opposite...

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Lunch without Tourists

Lunch without Tourists

U Svate Anny is one of these restaurants in Prague you will like to come back to time and again. Arrive with a big appetite because portions are huge and the prices are very wallet-friendly. This is a place will lure you back again and again. Here you mix with the...

read more
Cafe Savoy

Cafe Savoy

Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre...

read more
Café McQueen

Café McQueen

Coffee in Prague, in the number one Beer City in Europe, is that possible? There comes a time that you have had more than enough Czech beer and crave for a strong cup of coffee. Café McQueen is the place to be. Nestled in a courtyard off Narodni Street, you will find...

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Italská Cukrárna – Italian Ice Cream

Italská Cukrárna – Italian Ice Cream

You are in Prague and suddenly you crave for genuine Italian ice cream and you are close to Karlovo Square, then there is only one thing to do. Hasten to Italská Cukrárna, which is the place to be for delectable ice cream. If you are not an ice cream lover go anyway...

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Erhartova Cukrárna

Erhartova Cukrárna

Erhartova Cukrárna in Prague is a household name. If you want to experience the atmosphere of a pastry shop in the 1930s, be sure to have an ice cream or pastry in Erhart Café. The tantalizing cakes, topped with a scoop of ice cream are impossible to resist. All...

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Prague Beer Capital of Europe

Prague Beer Capital of Europe

When in Prague, you need only ONE word: pivo and perhaps one more: pivnice. These two words are your passport to understanding Czech: beer and beer garden. Prague and beer go hand in hand. The Czechs drink an average of 150 liters beer per capita annually. This means...

read more
Wine, Absinthe and Becherovka

Wine, Absinthe and Becherovka

Czech wine is a distant second to Czech beer. Absinthe is illegal almost worldwide but not in Prague and Becherovka is good for the stomach. Wine, absinthe and Becherovka: three good grounds why to come to Prague. Another reason is the beer which the Czech call...

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Chlebicky – Czech Open-faced Sandwiches

Chlebicky – Czech Open-faced Sandwiches

Each chlebíčky, open-faced sandwich is a single masterpiece, applied art at its best. They are easy to find: all delicatessen or delis whether in the centre or elsewhere in Prague have a large choice of chlebíčky. They are the ideal snack any time of day and cost next...

read more
Street Food in Prague

Street Food in Prague

Street food is not very popular in Prague. Prague office workers have luncheon vouchers partly paid for by their employer and partly by themselves add to this a multitude of very affordable restaurants and you will understand why street food is not very common in...

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Easy Recipe Open-faced Sandwiches

Easy Recipe Open-faced Sandwiches

Open sandwiches (chlebicky) are a feast for the eye and a treat to the taste buds. You will find them in all delicatessen shops in Prague. Each sandwich is an exquisite masterpiece of artistically arranged slices of ham, cucumber and egg on a slice of bread. Eat them...

read more
Recipe Czech Potato Salad

Recipe Czech Potato Salad

Potato salad is the mainstay of Czech cuisine and each housewife has her own recipe. This salad is traditionally served with Schnitzels and carp which is 'the Czech turkey' at Christmas. Potato salad is also the main ingredient used in open-faced sandwiches. You need...

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Recipe Traditional Beef Goulash

Recipe Traditional Beef Goulash

Goulash originated in Hungary but many Eastern European countries, Austria, Roumania, Croatia, Poland have their own recipe of this beef stew. Goulash is a meat ragout with garlic and paprika and is served with bread dumplings but in many tourist restaurants in...

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Boat Trip Vltava River Perfect Way to See Prague

Boat Trip Vltava River Perfect Way to See Prague

A boat trip or cruise on the Vltava River is a good introduction to see the monuments and sights of Prague. It is the perfect way to start your Prague holiday. The Vltava River bisects the city: on the west side the Mala Strana district and Prague Castle and the east...

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Medieval Dinner with Live Show in 21st Century Prague

Medieval Dinner with Live Show in 21st Century Prague

A medieval dinner is an absolute highlight of a visit to Prague! You go back in time to a tavern with brick barrel vaults and decorated entirely in medieval style. The 5-course menu with unlimited drinks is a feast for the eyes and a joy for the taste buds. During the...

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Manifesto Food Court for Foodies, Beer and Wine Lovers

Manifesto Food Court for Foodies, Beer and Wine Lovers

Manifesto is a pop-up food court on wasteland earmarked for development between Florenc bus station and Masarykovo train station close to the centre of Prague. Twenty-seven sea containers have been transformed into street food stalls, designer boutiques, book shops...

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Dancing and Cocktails in Prague

Dancing and Cocktails in Prague

Bars in Prague are the best places for dancing and drinking cocktails, wine and beer The Czechs call their beer 'liquid bread', tekuty chleb. There is no doubt about it Pilsner Urquell from the city of Plzen is the best beer in the world! But did you know that Czech...

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Carp in a Bathtub and Carp Massacre at Christmas in Prague

Carp in a Bathtub and Carp Massacre at Christmas in Prague

Christmas Prague and carp are intrinsically connected. This makes the Christmas menu very easy for the Czech housewife. She never needs to think what to serve for dinner on Christmas Eve: carp and potato salad are always on the menu. In early December, large basins...

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Vegan Restaurant Pastva

Vegan Restaurant Pastva in Prague is a must for everyone, also when you are a meat eater. True to say, nowhere in Prague will you find a better restaurant for vegetarians or vegans. All dishes are so tempting that you want to come back again and again so that you can...

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Mlikarna Dairy now Popular Beer Garden

Mlikarna Dairy now Popular Beer Garden

Mlikarna Dairy is a popular beer garden in Prague. Resembling a miniature castle, Mlikarna Dairy is a square building in the middle of Riegrovy park in the Vinohrady district. It was was once a 'mlikarna', a shop where dairy products were sold. Today, this dairy is a...

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Crème de la Crème also for Vegan Ice-cream

There is ice cream and there is ice-cream. But where in Prague will you find the best? That should be no problem because ice-cream parlour Crème de la Crème in the Old Town district is a favourite of many and had certainly the best vegan ice-cream in town. The line-up...

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Garden Coffee Shop in Franciscan Garden and Playground

Garden Coffee Shop in Franciscan Garden and Playground

The Garden Coffee Shop in the Franciscan Garden is a you can't miss spot for lovers of coffee, trees and flowers who are in Prague with children. This café is extremely kids-friendly with home-made lemonade and delicious pastry. What's more, the children sit at their...

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Kiosk Marnice for Ice Cream near Charles Bridge

Kiosk Marnice for Ice Cream near Charles Bridge

You are walking  across Charles Bridge in Prague and suddenly you crave ice and a bite to eat. Charles bridge is crammed with souvenir stalls but there is nothing to eat. When you walk straight ahead you will get to Mostecka Sreet full of eateries. The closer to the...

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Cukrarna for Ice Cream and Pastry

Cukrarna for Ice Cream and Pastry

Cukrarna is the word to look for when you crave for pastry or ice cream in Prague. This institution is a combination of an Italian ice cream parlour and a French 'patisserie' or pastry shop. The cukrarna is the place to be if you have a sweet tooth. You will find them...

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Sapa Market for Exotic Food and Shopping

Sapa Market for Exotic Food and Shopping

Sapa Market means exotic food and shopping! No need to go to Vietnam to taste Asian food. Simply go to Prague, hop on the bus and go to the Sapa Market. Shop to your heart's content and pay wholesale prices. Eat bun ca, a fish soup so delicious that you will order a...

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Italian Food Hall in Prague

Italian Food Hall in Prague

The Italian Food Hall in Prague brims with Italian cheeses, salamis, tomatoes, fresh herbs, wine and much more. You need to be a little adventurous to find 'Little Italy in Prague' because this food hall is not in the tourist centre but in the Smíchov district. This...

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Burcak Wine: the First Wine of the Season

Burcak Wine: the First Wine of the Season

The burcak wine season kicks off when the leaves start falling. All over Prague and Czechia burcak wine stalls appear. Burcak is the first wine of the season, the Czech answer to Beaujolais Nouveau. It is a partially fermented young Moravian wine and has a short...

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Becherovka: Herbal Liquer from Karlovy Vary

Becherovka: Herbal Liquer from Karlovy Vary

Becherovka is a popular drink. This herbal bitter is produced in the spa town of Karlovy Vary. In some(tourist) restaurants and pubs in Prague a glass of Becherovka is put on your table and looks like a welcome drink. But, be aware, it will feature on your bill! Every...

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Beer Tasting and Beer Gardens

Beer Tasting and Beer Gardens

Beer tasting tour and pub crawl will send your taste buds on a beer trip in Prague! Go on a Czech tasting tour and savour the best beer in town. Every beer-lover should have tasted at least the three most famous Czech beers: Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus and Budvar....

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Cukrarna Ovocny Svetozor

Cukrarna Ovocny Svetozor

Ice cream in Prague? Go to a cukrarna, a combination of patisserie shop, ice cream parlour and cafe. Cukrárna Ovocný in the Svetozor passage in the centre of Prague is an institution and famous for its fruit sorbet ice creams. Be sure to pop in to get your favourite...

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Dolce Abbraccio

Now permanently closed!! Good news for ice cream lovers in Prague! Dolce Abbraccio has the best homemade Italian ice cream. And there is more! Try pastries and sweets which are a delicate combination of Czech and Italian tastes. Dolce Abbraccio is much more than an...

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Easy Recipe Open-faced Sandwiches

Easy Recipe Open-faced Sandwiches

Open sandwiches (chlebicky) are a feast for the eye and a treat to the taste buds. You will find them in all delicatessen shops in Prague. Each sandwich is an exquisite masterpiece of artistically arranged slices of ham, cucumber and egg on a slice of bread. Eat them...

read more
Italská Cukrárna – Italian Ice Cream

Italská Cukrárna – Italian Ice Cream

You are in Prague and suddenly you crave for genuine Italian ice cream and you are close to Karlovo Square, then there is only one thing to do. Hasten to Italská Cukrárna, which is the place to be for delectable ice cream. If you are not an ice cream lover go anyway...

read more
Recipe Czech Potato Salad

Recipe Czech Potato Salad

Potato salad is the mainstay of Czech cuisine and each housewife has her own recipe. This salad is traditionally served with Schnitzels and carp which is 'the Czech turkey' at Christmas. Potato salad is also the main ingredient used in open-faced sandwiches. You need...

read more
Erhartova Cukrárna

Erhartova Cukrárna

Erhartova Cukrárna in Prague is a household name. If you want to experience the atmosphere of a pastry shop in the 1930s, be sure to have an ice cream or pastry in Erhart Café. The tantalizing cakes, topped with a scoop of ice cream are impossible to resist. All...

read more
Recipe Traditional Beef Goulash

Recipe Traditional Beef Goulash

Goulash originated in Hungary but many Eastern European countries, Austria, Roumania, Croatia, Poland have their own recipe of this beef stew. Goulash is a meat ragout with garlic and paprika and is served with bread dumplings but in many tourist restaurants in...

read more
Angelato Gluten Free Ice Cream

Angelato Gluten Free Ice Cream

When in Prague in summer, be sure to drop in at Angelato – angel gelato – the place for all ice cream lovers. Angelato uses only natural ingredients, no stabilizers, flavourings, colourings or additives. The milk, pumpkins, plums, poppy seeds and many more ingredients...

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Riegrovy Park

Riegrovy Park

Rieger Park, Riegrovy sady in Czech, is an extremey popular park in the Vinohrady district in Prague for two reasons: The park offers the best views of Prague and what is even more important the Riegrovy Beer Garden is the second largest beer garden in the city. You...

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Easy Recipe for Czech Potato Pancakes

Easy Recipe for Czech Potato Pancakes

When you eat bramborak, potato pancakes, in a restaurant in Prague, they are often a bit greasy. However, when you make them yourself you will discover that these pancakes are a delicacy. Most Eastern European countries have a recipe for this type of pancake. The...

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U Pinkasu: Beergarden, Pub and Restaurant

U Pinkasu: Beergarden, Pub and Restaurant

U Pinkasu is an excellent beer garden and pub in Prague to mix with locals while tasting Pilsner Urquell on the tap. This pub is highly recommended because of its authentic Czech food and the fair prices. Be sure to try pickled cheese, nakladany hermelin, and wash it...

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Ristorante Carmelita

Ristorante Carmelita

Twenty types of pizza plus pasta, salads, risotto and Italian wine tempt Prague 'cheap eaters' back on a regular basis. Ristorante Carmelita has seating on two floors and a summer terrace. In the lower part of the restaurant the pizza chef prepares your pizza in a...

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Recipe for Czech Apple Strudel

Recipe for Czech Apple Strudel

Apple strudel is a popular delicacy in many Easter European countries. It is a sweet layered pastry with an apple, raisin and nut filling inside. The strudel can be served on its own or with ice cream, whipped cream or vanilla sauce. You need not be a top chef because...

read more
Drink no Beer in Public Places

Drink no Beer in Public Places

Prague is the beer capital of Europe but there are also 'here no beer' places. This sounds contradictory because nowhere else in the world does beer taste so good and is so cheap. So, what do you do when you're in Prague? You drink Pilsner Urquel or any of the other...

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Hospoda Ferdinanda

Hospoda Ferdinanda

Where to eat in Prague is no problem because the city abounds in restaurants, hospoda and beer gardens. Be sure to have at least one meal in Micro Brewery Ferdinanda in Prague, not only because of the best beer but also because of authentic dishes, exactly the way...

read more
Recipe for Chicken Schnitzel

Recipe for Chicken Schnitzel

Schnitzel, ubiquitous in restaurants in Prague, even though it originated in Austria, is always served with potato salad. The Czechs are meat lovers, therefore, it is not surprising that schnitzels served in restaurants are often as big as doormats. Schnitzels in...

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Prague Beer Capital of Europe

Prague Beer Capital of Europe

When in Prague, you need only ONE word: pivo and perhaps one more: pivnice. These two words are your passport to understanding Czech: beer and beer garden. Prague and beer go hand in hand. The Czechs drink an average of 150 liters beer per capita annually. This means...

read more
U Krale Brabantskeho

U Krale Brabantskeho

U Krale Brabantskeho is one of the oldest medieval taverns in Prague. If your passion is beer and medieval show, you will certainly feel at home in this restaurant. Dining in U Krale Brabantskeho, the King of Brabant, is not only a gastronomic experience but also...

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Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre is a Prague institution and has moved with the times in style. Have a coffee here and follow in the footsteps of famous visitors like Franz Kafka, Herman Brod and Albert Einstein. Located on always busy Narodni Street almost next to the National Theater,...

read more
Street Food in Prague

Street Food in Prague

Street food is not very popular in Prague. Prague office workers have luncheon vouchers partly paid for by their employer and partly by themselves add to this a multitude of very affordable restaurants and you will understand why street food is not very common in...

read more
Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec in Prague means savoring roast goose accompanied by a glass of Moravian wine while enjoying the grandiose view of Charles Bridge, one of Prague's most famous sights. Mlynec means dining in style whether you are sitting outside on the summer terrace...

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Globe Bookstore – Coffee and Books

Globe Bookstore – Coffee and Books

The Globe Bookstore in Prague is not only famous for its collection of English language books but also for brunch on Saturday and Sunday and coffee any day of the week. The café is WiFi-friendly. Most days you can join one of the events from 'happy hour' to 'book...

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Wine, Absinthe and Becherovka

Wine, Absinthe and Becherovka

Czech wine is a distant second to Czech beer. Absinthe is illegal almost worldwide but not in Prague and Becherovka is good for the stomach. Wine, absinthe and Becherovka: three good grounds why to come to Prague. Another reason is the beer which the Czech call...

read more
U Tri Zlatych Hvzed – In the Three Golden Stars

U Tri Zlatych Hvzed – In the Three Golden Stars

When you are in restaurant U Tri Zlatych Hvzed, the three Golden Stars, in Prague, skip the starters and the main course. Go straight for the fruit-filled dumplings topped with melted butter and whipped cream. A more delicious dessert is hard to find in Prague....

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Arts ‘n Coffee

Arts ‘n Coffee

Arts 'n Coffee is a coffee shop in the centre of Prague, a combination of art and coffee. Surrounded by African sculptures, all for sale, you drink fragrant coffee. This is the ideal place to meet up with friends and have a nice chat without loud music blaring in your...

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Chlebicky – Czech Open-faced Sandwiches

Chlebicky – Czech Open-faced Sandwiches

Each chlebíčky, open-faced sandwich is a single masterpiece, applied art at its best. They are easy to find: all delicatessen or delis whether in the centre or elsewhere in Prague have a large choice of chlebíčky. They are the ideal snack any time of day and cost next...

read more
Palffy Palac

Palffy Palac

Tucked away in a side street in Prague's Mala Strana district, Palffy Palac is a well hidden gem. Go for fixed -price lunch menu at a very affordable price or come in the evening for the a la carte menu. During summer days you can sit on the terrace with a corner view...

read more
Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia is an institution in Prague and the place to be for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Be sure to order crispy apple strudel or chocolatey Sachertorte to accompany your cappuccino or Videnska kava, strong coffee topped with whipped cream. Located opposite...

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Vytopna – Trains Bring Drinks to your Table

Vytopna – Trains Bring Drinks to your Table

Your drinks are transported to your table on a freight train of a model train! The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague is an absolute must-go and must-see for anyone who likes model trains. Playing with the trains is not possible but children can run along the track and...

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U Rozvarilu – Simple Meal at a Budget Price

U Rozvarilu – Simple Meal at a Budget Price

Have you always wanted to know what restaurants in Prague were like before the Velvet Revolution? Come for lunch to Restaurace U Rozvarilu and you will find yourself in a time capsule of Communist time. Decked out in the colours orange, dark brown and beige Rozvarilu...

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Cafe Savoy

Cafe Savoy

Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre...

read more
Wine Bar, Beer Hall and Weed

Wine Bar, Beer Hall and Weed

U Sudu in Prague has the best of both worlds: a neat wine bar upstairs and a maze of vaulted rooms downstairs with DJ's, beer and the unmistakable smell of weed. U Sudu is close to Wenceslas Square which is a big bonus because this wine bar cum beer garden is open...

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Lunch without Tourists

Lunch without Tourists

U Svate Anny is one of these restaurants in Prague you will like to come back to time and again. Arrive with a big appetite because portions are huge and the prices are very wallet-friendly. This is a place will lure you back again and again. Here you mix with the...

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Cafe Mozart opposite the Astronomical Clock

Cafe Mozart opposite the Astronomical Clock

Location, location, location, Café Mozart has it in spades! Right in the heart of Prague, opposite the Astronomical Clock. Add to this delicious breakfast dishes, fragrant coffee, ice cream and homemade pastries, all perfect reasons to climb the stairs to the first...

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Hemingway Bar

Hemingway Bar

The Hemingway Bar in Prague is always crowded and you may count yourself lucky if you find a spot to sit. The good thing is that this bar seems to have more Czechs than tourists. The Hemingway Bar is one of the best places in Prague to sip fine rum or a cocktail....

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Restaurant Vozovna Stromovka

Restaurant Vozovna Stromovka

Restaurant Vozovna in Stromovka Park in Prague is one of these delightful places in Prague to enjoy your lunch al fresco or simply for a coffee or a large beer. Sit under a large sun umbrella in summer and in winter inside in pleasant surroundings. Stromovka is...

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Café McQueen

Café McQueen

Coffee in Prague, in the number one Beer City in Europe, is that possible? There comes a time that you have had more than enough Czech beer and crave for a strong cup of coffee. Café McQueen is the place to be. Nestled in a courtyard off Narodni Street, you will find...

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Best Ice Cream in Prague

Best Ice Cream in Prague

What is better than refreshing ice cream on a hot day. Summer in Prague can be quite hot and those long lazy days are the best excuse for enjoying calorie-rich ice cream. Wherever you see the word zmrzlina, you know that you have come to the right place. Also pay...

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Italian Food and Wine Market

Italian Food and Wine Market

The Italian Food Hall and Market is 'little Italy in Prague'; the perfect place to indulge in genuine Italian food and wine. The Wine and Food Market is the pick of the bunch and well away from the tourist crowd which is reflected in the prices. This slice of Italy in...

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Mama Coffee Cafe and Fair Trade Coffee

Mama Coffee Cafe and Fair Trade Coffee

Mama Coffee Cafe in Prague is the number one meeting place for young mothers accompanied by toddlers and prams. But also for all hunters of fair trade coffee and tea. Don't be fooled by the name, Mama Coffee, this cafe is for everyone and in particular for coffee...

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Join the Locals for Lunch in Pod Petrinem

Join the Locals for Lunch in Pod Petrinem

Prague has a plethora of places where you can eat. They range from pivnice, hostinec and hospoda, all three meaning a place for food and beer, to chic restaurants. Restaurant Petrinem in the Mala Strana district is a local favourite for a fixed lunch menu and a big...

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Cafe Municipal House in Art Nouveau Interior

Cafe Municipal House in Art Nouveau Interior

Kavarna Obecni Dum, Café of the Municipal House, in Prague offers fragrant coffee in sparkling art-nouveau environment. In summer, umbrella-shaded tables spill out on to the pavement but if you want to marvel at the Art Nouveau interior decorations, you'd better sit...

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Poledni Menu – Lunch Menu at a Fixed Price

Poledni Menu – Lunch Menu at a Fixed Price

Eating in Prague is a feast for the taste buds and very affordable. The choice is yours; from simple meals to exotic five-course menus. Be sure to ask for the 'poledni menu', the lunch menu. When April arrives, the first tables and chairs are put outside on the...

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Cafe Fantova – Coffee Day and Art Nouveau

Cafe Fantova – Coffee Day and Art Nouveau

Kavarna Fantova – Coffee Day is a special café  for two reasons: it is the Art Nouveau gem of Prague Central Station and it serves fragrant, strong and tasty coffee from India. Art Nouveau enthusiasts cannot leave Prague without having seen the train station: a...

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