This is an authentic site off the usual tourist routes, where eat authentic Czech food at a great price if you are visiting Prague or if you live here. If you are not familiar with the city it can be a bit difficult to find, but to help I attached a photo of the front of the room-When you walk in don't expect fancy decorations, but if a site with more than 200 years old, people Local eating and food very good and plentiful. If it's winter, and have a fire going to heat the room, giving it a touch more authentic if possible Tip: The servings are very abundant so go very hungry or ask for only one.
Imagine a tavern full of locals, not just tourists, right in the centre of this beautiful city. Don't expect the best service in the world, or to be served on silver platters - but that's a big part of the charm. Walking through the centre of Prague, right next to the castle, you'll find this authentic tavern where you can eat traditional Czech food, washed down by great beers at bargain prices. I ordered, among other things, a "Utopenec and Nakladan Romadur" (typical local sausage with vegetables) with one of the local beers, the Kozel. Be sure to visit!
This is one of the most luxurious and best-located restaurants in the historic centre of Prague. From the terrace you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the River Vltava and Charles Bridge. The food is very luxurious and very expensive, but the experience is worth it.
Let's start with a recommendation: NEVER EAT OUT OF YOUR HOTEL IN PRAGUE ON NEW YEAR'S EVE. And I mean NEVER. We ended up here by accident, after trying our luck in something like ten bars and canteens. Abuse, indifference and listlessness met us at every turn - all we wanted to do was have some dinner before we went to sleep! Finally, we found this special spot, like something out of medieval times. There, generous portions and huge beers waiting for a few (well, not so few, reasonable prices) CZK. The quality of food, portion sizes, room decor and friendly service make this a must-visit.
This was the only restaurant in Prague that I knew I wanted to visit before I arrived in the city, as I'd read so many positive reviews online. In fact, we went twice - once for lunch, and the second time for dinner. I can't say that it's significantly cheaper than other restaurants, or with much better quality dishes, but the staff are attentive and friendly, the decor is modern without seeming too touristy, and the beer (homemade) is lovely. When we went for dinner, it was almost 22:00 (very late for Prague). We ordered steak with blue cheese, chicken breast with goat's cheese and pineapple (delicious, I assure you), and as a starter, breaded triangles of cheese with tartar sauce. The second time, we had steaks again, fried bread with blue cheese and herbed chicken breasts, all accompanied by the delicious beer. The decor is particularly beautiful, with tulips. Definitely worth visiting!
You'll find this deli in the centre, by Jindrisska Street and just past the Church of St. Henry and St. Cunegonde. It has an excellent bakery with pastries and numerous styles of sandwich made with fresh bread. A good spot to rest during your visit to the capital of Bohemia. But it offers more - cheeses and wines, great souvenirs to take home to your loved ones. There are many stores of different styles in Prague, Latin American or Asian, but these types of shops are rare.
A lovely restaurant in Prague's old town, near the exit from Charles Bridge to the outskirts of the old town. Walking along Mostecká Street, by the first corner to the left, you pass a street where you can see a dive for beer ... and then here it is, a tiny restaurant with exquisite wooden decor. On a nice day, you can eat like we did, in the courtyard. Fast, good food, a little on the expensive side ... but hey, you're in Prague, and this is a lovely choice, with a romantic, peaceful atmosphere.
A great pub in the old part of Prague where mostly young people come for the very reasonable price of beer, good atmosphere and friendly staff that is fluent in English. The pub also has a menu with food so you can try traditional Czech sausage with black beer.
This small passage, near the Charles Bridge, is full of souvenir shops selling crappy fare to tourists. You will see this restaurant-pub. I don't recommend it at all - the service was lousy, the lighting was dingy, and the food left a lot to be desired. Try the soup served in a round bread, great to warm you up (but better elsewhere).
My wife and I discovered this restaurant when out for a walk, and we both loved it. Great food, laid back atmosphere, and several days a week, a live band. As for the price, it cost us around 800 crowns what comes out as about 40 euros. Anyway highly recommended restaurant.
If you are looking at the Old Town Square and in need of a break after seeing such beautiful places that left you open-mouthed and with a dry throat, and considering the hunger that´s produced on these trips, you can decide to sit down in a nearby place that´s isolated from all the other cafes to have a cofe. Let us place ourselves in the Church of St. Nicholas and let us turn to the west, towards the river. We passed by Franz Kafka Square where we saw a beautiful palace with the image of the legendary Princess Libuse on it. Amid the Plaza were beautiful trellis decorated baroque-type space, and if it were not for the cars, it would have taken us back to the time of Mozart. We continued to the right and we were in Kaprova, almost in the Josefov area, also known as the Jewish Quarter. The huge buildings give a very stately air to the street, and at o´clock we found "Coffee Lovers", an oasis of good cappuccinos and tasty cakes in the center of Prague. The fast and friendly service, and for even the most picky (like me) was an ultra-clean bath! Totally recommended to visit.
In Prague you can't move for cafes, and this was the best I found, recommended by all the city's guides. It's easy to find, on Narodni street close to the famous National Theatre. You can go upstairs to the cafe-restaurant or downstairs to the Rock Cafe, equipped as a lounge with billiards. In our case, we wanted to try the cafe, as that had been recommended to us. It was a great success - no wonder it was popular with two geniuses like Einstein and Kafka.
It still retains all the splendour of the year 1902, and has an extensive menu with different coffees, drinks, beer, etc ... as well as a restaurant, with a wide selection of appetizers, salads, soups, meats and of course, the desserts that have made it famous. We went at about 5pm, so we had a small beer, a specialty cappuccino and a deliiiiiicious Sachertorte. Everything cost os 150 CZK. I know that if I return to Prague, I'll be back to this cafe! Open from 08.00 hours to 23.30 hours - later than most sites in Prague.
This cafe's location really can't be beat, right in the centre of Prague, in Wenceslas Square. Here you can enjoy an outdoor coffee or lunch while sitting on the terrace, facing the museum and Wenceslas Monument. Here you can enjoy the comings and goings of people in one of the busiest spots in the Czech capital. It reminded me in some ways of Gran Via in Madrid, but here there's a lot more fresh air. Definitely worth a visit.