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Zdenek’s Oyster Bar

Zdenek’s Oyster Bar (Malá Štupartská 5, Prague) – located near Old Town Square, this is one of Prague’s most popular seafood bars. Along with oysters (sourced from France), one can expect mussels, shrimp, crab, lobster, and various types of fish. In addition, there is caviar that’s served on an ice tower. Since oysters are best […]

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The Tavern

The Tavern (Chopinova 26, Prague 2) – highly rated by international visitors on sites like TripAdvisor.com, this restaurant (located near Rajská Zahrada Park) attracts those who crave an American hamburger. The owners of The Tavern do no disappoint – the serves original Lokal Burgers (with grass-fed, free-range 100% all-beef patties), LB Veggie Burgers, and authentic […]

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El Sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar (Zborovská 49, Malá Strana, Prague) – founded in 1999 and located near the National Theatre, this is still considered the best Sushi restaurant in Czech Republic (featured in international write-ups like the New York Times, Esquire Magazine, Bazaar Magazine, and SkyNews – UK). Along with the sushi bar sets, this restaurant also […]

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El Alcron

The Alcron (Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Stepanska 40, Prague) – this is one of the best seafood restaurants in the city (receiving the coveted Five Star Diamond Award at least four times). With interior décor and artwork reminiscent of the Art Deco era, the dishes served there range from red prawn with japanese bouillabaisse, to […]

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Siddharta Café

Siddharta Café (Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague, Jakubská 649/8, Prague) – this classy restaurant serves a variety of European and Asian dishes, greeting diners (and hotel guests) with brightly colored Buddhas and cheerful décor (which the hotel describes as “Pop Art Eatmosphere”). Recommended dishes there include the white radish and mango salad with honey dressing & nuts; […]

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Restaurante Pod Slavinem

Restaurant Pod Slavinem (Svobodova 144/4, Prague 2) – this restaurant is off the beaten tourist path and offers genuine Czech cuisine (with lunch for as little as CZK 89), along with tasty Czech beer, and plenty of indoor & outdoor seating. There’s free WiFi, and sports programming on big screen TVs.

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Pizza Nuova

Pizza Nuova (Revoluční 1, Prague 1) – pizza, a fail-safe meal that’s stomach-pleasing for both tourists and locals, is what’s served here. This pizza is top-quality — baked in a traditional domed oven using a beech wood fire. A dark crust, thick on the edge and thin in the body, is typical for Naples-style pizzas. […]

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Noi

Noi (Újezd 19, Malá Strana, Prague) – despite its Italian-sounding name, this is actually a Thai restaurant (with a loungy bar). Dishes served here include Kang Phed Kai (chicken fillet cooked in red curry broth with coconut milk, bamboo shoots, carrot, fresh pepper, chillies and fresh basil leaves); Kang Knew Wan Ped (duck fillet cooked […]

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Lokál

Lokál (Dlouhá 33, Staré Město, Prague) – this restaurant prides itself in serving local Czech dishes with a modern twist. Meals served here include Pork braised in paprika; Boiled beef neck with mushroom sauce; Fried pork and beef schnitzel; as well as desserts like Caramel glazed profiterole with caramel and vanilla cream; and Coconut meringue […]

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Las Adelitas

Las Adelitas (Americká 8, Vinohrady, Prague) – a true rarity in this country is a Mexican restaurant, in this case serving crispy- or soft-shell tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas – all at reasonable prices. Managed and owned by Mexicans, it’s devoted to serve some of the most emblematic dishes of the Mexican cuisine, with the […]