Where to Eat in Prague: Recommended Restaurants, Caffees and Bars

Our team of experienced tour guides put together a list of the best restaurants, cafes and bars in Prague to make your stay in Prague even more memorable.

Beer and Czech food

U Medvídků – microbrewery from 1466 , you can eat inside the brewery on the 1st floor
U Pinkasů – 1st beer hall in Prague where Pilsner Urquell beer was served in 1844, the best beer garden in the world (inside former church without roof, only in summer)
Terasa T-Anker – great beer & view of Old Town rooftops
Pivovar U Tří růží – Old Prague brewery
Klášterní pivovar – the Strahov Monastic brewery, don’t miss view point in nearby monastic garden

Czech specials:

Mincovna – don’t miss traditional Sunday lunch meal „svíčková“
Kantýna – meat lovers paradise
Kolkovna – czech specials, if you want to try a bit from all, go for platter

Fine dining:

Kampa Park – delicious fine dining just under Charles bridge
Mlýnec – delicious fine dining just under Charles bridge
Bellevue – located at the Smetana’s river bank
Next door – Czech fine bistro
Aromi – see food and italian cuisine
Sasazu – Asian cuisine


Styl a Interiér – at Vodičkova 35, 110 00 Praha 1 – café hidden in the garden of courtyard near by Wenceslas square
Café Louvre – café with tradition dating back to 1902
Grand Cafe Orient – cubistic cafe, dont miss sweet desert „věneček“
EMA esspreso bar – Berlin-style cafe
Café Imperial – art deco cafe
Cafe Lobkowicz – at Prague Castle

Ice cream:

PuroKaprova 11, Prague 1
Creme de la Creme


Black Angels
L’FLeur – mixology cocktails
Cloud9 – Hilton’s rooftop bar

Czech tresures to bring home:

Manufaktura – local souvenires made in Czech republic
Botanicus – Czech natural cosmetic
Tonak – hats and caps
Kara Trutnov – czech leither products – fur coats, gloves etc.
Moser – producer of exclusive Bohemian crystal
Botas 66 – design sneakers
Krteček – Little mole is favourite cartoon character

Edible souvenires:

Ginger bread – Perníčkův svět Haštalská 757/21, Prague 1 – gingerbread cookies made in many shapes and with beatiful icing decoration
Slivovice – available in large stores as Tesco, Billa.. – traditional Moravian plum brandy – JUBILEJNÍ SLIVOVICE made by R. Jelinek (53%), which also produces kosher version
Becherovka – available in large stores as Tesco, Billa.. – is a herbal bitters often drunk as digestive aid, that is produced in Karlovy Vary by the Jan Becher company

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