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You want to try out the best gourmet restaurant? You’re looking for a cosy café? You’re looking forward to relishing local specialities? Or you want to turn the night into day at a cool club? Let our select choices inspire you.

    • La Dégustation Bohême Bourgeoise

      Czech and innovative
      Guests have a choice between two seven-course degustation or tasting set menus. In between they’ll enjoy an number of amuse-bouches. Chef de cuisine ldrich Sahajdák fuses Czech gourmet traditional cooking with innovative cuisine. Where they’re enjoying the smoked ox tongue, the pig’s trotters or the coleslaw with peanuts, guests rave about the food and the excellent selection of wine for a long time to come. The service is first class and the restaurant is cosy – an altogether harmonious lunch or dinner out.
      Haštalská 18
      110 00 Prague
      +420 222 311 234
    • Bredovský Dvůr

      Ein Fest für Fleischliebhaber
      It would be a lie to say that the Bredovský dvůr is an insider tip. The rustic restaurant in a parallel street behind the Wenceslas square is equally popular among locals and tourists. No wonder – the goulash is extremely tender, the duck is crispy and the boar is seasoned to perfection. Heavy Czech cuisine, freshly tapped beer at fair prices and a cosy beer cellar atmosphere – there’s no better way to end an eventful day of sightseeing.
      Politických vězňů 13
      110 00 Prague
      +420 224 215 427
    • Kampa Park

      «In» place
      This restaurant is very popular, especially among celebrities. The list of VIP guests goes on and on. Kampa Park offers excellent Czech gourmet food and a fantastic view of the Charles Bridge to go with it. Okay, the waiters are a tick too cool and the service leaves room for improvement, but the food is delicious.
      Na Kampe 8b
      118 00 Prague
      +420 296 826 112
    • U Zlatého Tygra

      An institution
      Up until his death in 1997, the writer Bohumil Hrabal came here to his favourite pub to drink a beer every day; the «Golden Tiger» was like a second home to him. He once wrote, «I’m sitting at the Golden Tiger, playing with my beer mat and simply cannot stop staring at their emblem of two little tigers spinning around between my fingers.» Today there’s a bust of the writer on display at the U Zlatého Tygra. Guests sit shoulder to shoulder at the few tables and there’s only one drink imaginable: beer.
      Husova 228/17
      110 00 Prague
      +420 222 221 111
    • U Modré Kachnicky

      Like home
      Decorated just like grandmother’s home. Old furniture, curtains, pictures and lamps. The bar is an old apothecary’s cabinet, the wooden floors creak and groan, and there’s a cuckoo clock for that final touch of cosiness. The place serves classic Czech cuisine of the finest kind. Famous names like Milos Forman, Karel Gott and John McEnroe have graced the tables here. You can’t get better references than that.
      Nebovidská 6
      118 00 Prague
      +420 257 320 308
    • Jan Paukert

      At one time, every corner in Prague featured a buffet or canteen that sold chlebícky, basically cold cuts and mayonnaise spread on a small roll like a canapé. As time passed, these were replaced by fast food chains. The cult surrounding the old chlebícky may have diminished, but thankfully there is now Jan Paukert’s delicatessen, where you can get all sorts of fine foods, including well dressed rolls and sandwiches and ample salads.
      Národní 981/11
      Staré Město, 110 00 Prague
      +420 224 222 615
    • U Hrocha

      And another beer
      The moment a spot frees up, you should grab it and quick. No sooner will you ask the waiter for a beer than it will be sitting there on your table. The beerkaese and the sausage with mustard and horseradish are delicious despite the cigarette smoke and the volume of sound around you. Look at that! There’s already another beer on the table. Make sure to accept it – you’re in Prague after all.
      Thunovská 10
      118 00 Prague
      +420 257 533 389
    • Kavárna Slavia

      This glorious café, subject of many a poem, story, song and film, is located in the historical centre of Prague. Guests can see the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre and Prague Castle direct from their seats and enjoy a wonderful coffee or a glass of wine.
      Smetanovo nábreží 2
      110 00 Prague
      +420 224 218 493
    • Grand Café Orient

      Cubist style
      On the second storey of the House of the Black Madonna, locally called U Cerné Matky Boží, you’ll find the Grand Café Orient designed in the style of Cubism. The café is bathed in a classical lime green with lanterns, cabaret tables and mirrors. The service is friendly and the cakes will be a highlight of your trip.
      Ovocný trh 569/19
      110 00 Prague
      +420 224 224 240
    • Kavárna Obecní dum

      Coffee house
      The charm of the 1920s is still at hand here: large lamps, panelled walls, display cases showing cakes like jewelled confections, and delicious coffee. Make sure to try one of the homemade desserts. Kavárna Obecní dum is the perfect place for a midday snack as well before you launch off to explore the city further.
      Námestí Republiky 5
      110 00 Prague
      +420 224 222 615
    • Bakeshop

      At the Bakeshop they still cultivate their own yeast and lovingly call it Bertha – this care and attention is clear in the taste, too. The sourdough bread is moist and flavourful. Here in the cool and chic Josefov district, the people are fashionably dressed and lean toward muesli and hummus instead of sliced sausage sandwiches. This makes the Bakeshop the perfect rest stop for people who love good coffee and fresh salads, quiches, baked goods and juices. Set in a beautiful, old building, guests can sit facing the street and watch the passersby through the tall windows.
      Kozí 1
      110 00 Prague
      +420 222 316 823
    • Café B. Braun

      Modern and original
      This smart café set in the building housing the medical council features an attractive, modern and original design by star architect Eva Jiricná. As the name suggests, the café is a working advertising for the German company B. Braun. The foyer makes one think of a beauty clinic with chrome, mirrors and white surfaces all around.
      Sokolská 31
      120 00 Prague
      +420 224 282 792
    • Café Imperial

      An unforgettable ambiance permeates the Café Imperial. Surrounded by shiny ornamental tiles, it comes off as a mixture between a Roman bath, a tiled stove and an Indian temple. Early in the afternoon, this is the place to dig into a delicious lunch or merely enjoy the eye candy walking by. Particular favourites are the salad with goat cheese and the rabbit in mustard sauce. Extraordinary! Try the cucumber lemonade for a curious novelty and, naturally, the coffee.
      Na Porící 15
      110 00 Prague
      +420 246 011 440
    • Groove Bar

      Cocktails and more
      Hot rhythms, a cocktail menu with plenty of variety, and people who can dance. This is a place for flirting and celebrating. The clientele is interesting, ranging from those who practically just returned from their advanced tango course Buenos Aires to students of art history. A colourful evening is guaranteed.
      Voršilská 142/6
      110 00 Prague
      +420 720 260 329