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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Many international cuisines have been introduced to the Prague restaurant scene, but the Central European fare still dominates. Classic, Czech homely meals include Svíčková (roast beef with cream sauce), and the national dish, Vepřo-knedlo-zelo (pork with sauerkraut and dumplings). These can be had at any hospoda—beerhouse—along with a cold pilsner.


The luxury restaurant Alchymist provides a kitsch variant of Prague’s history. Blood-red curtains, Louis XIV chairs and candelabras characterise the furnishings. The cuisine is original Italian and the service is excellent. 500kč and upwards.
Address: Nosticova 1, Praha 1
Telephone: +420 257 312 518 Internet:


The best Czech food in Old Town. Thick soups, grilled meat, and fish (between 100-350kč) are topped with unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell.
Address: V Kolkovně 8, Praha 1
Telephone: +420 224 819 701


Cantina serves very good Mexican food at reasonable prices (chicken fajita for 210kč) and stocks a decent selection of tequila. Always full, so if you want a table in the evening it is best to book early.
Address: Újezd 38, Praha 1
Telephone: +420 257 317 173

U Básníka Pánve

An example of a cuisine that is a little more ”nouveau Czech.” Classic dishes with a twist—such as extra-spicy goulash for 140kč—that are inexpensive and phenomenally good.
Address: Mánesova 62, Praha 2
Telephone: +420 222 250 072

La Lavande

A chef from the Sarah Bernhardt restaurant at Hotel Paris, opens his own restaurant in Vinohrady. The result: possibly, the best and cheapest French food in Prague.
Address: Záhřebská 24, Praha 2
Telephone: +420 608 579 835

Malý Buddha (”Little Buddha”)

”Little Buddha” is Prague’s best value restaurant, particularly bearing in mind its location—just a stone’s throw from Prague Castle. Chinese and Vietnamese specialities for 100-200kč and a large selection of good teas. Non-smoking.
Address: Úvoz 46, Praha 1
Telephone: +420 220 513 894

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