Where to find excellent restaurants, pubs, bistros, coffee shops, bars and music clubs in Prague
Situated on Old Town Square, Brasserie Mincovna offers traditional Czech cuisine with a modern twist, with an emphasis on elegant presentation. The restaurant’s atmosphere is both modern and welcoming, with wooden tables and chairs in a high-ceilinged room typical of Prague’s old houses.
On the first floor of an inconspicuous multi-storey building, Café Louvre stands on Národní třída. In fact, this institution consists of several spaces, each with its own function. You’ll find a restaurant, billiards room, summer terrace, and a café oozing Belle Époque atmosphere.
Just a stone’s throw from the Church of St Nicholas in Malá Strana, renowned chef Jan Kaplan concocts dishes served on original Morricone plates. The menu is rather succinct, and goes in two main directions: it perfectly represents traditional Czech cuisine, but will also satisfy lovers of world cuisine.
Divinis is one of the Prague restaurants that can boast a Michelin Bib gourmand award for the quality of its menu and value for money. Located in an alleyway leading to the Old Town Square, it specialises in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly Italian, which brings out the natural flavours of the ingredients.
They have one Michelin star, but they deserve at least two... In the whole of Central Europe, you won’t find a restaurant that so elegantly combines innovation and culinary tradition, revisiting the latter with originality while using local produce.
Maitrea is one of the zen vegetarian addresses in Prague's Old Town. It's the ideal place for anyone looking for vegetarian food in an elegant, hushed atmosphere. Looking for inspiration or spirituality? The Maitrea restaurant offers high-quality vegetarian cuisine in a 100% Feng Shui interior.
In Czechia, the name of chef Zdeněk Pohlreich is synonymous with and a guarantee of quality. Pohlreich has an iron fist not only in television programming, but also in his own kitchens, which recently included the Next Door bistro.
With its eight dining rooms and terrace, this brasserie near the New Town Hall can accommodate almost a thousand customers. A figure that is sometimes really reached, especially when there is a musical production consisting mainly of old Prague songs.
The Café Slavia (Kavárna Slavia) is the most famous coffee shop in the Czech Republic and has become one of the symbols of Prague: of the city’s tempestuous history, rich intellectual life and local lifestyle.
The Municipal House Restaurant is one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurants in Europe. Here you can enjoy classic Czech dishes in a modern concept as well as delicacies of international cuisine, perfectly treated Pilsner beer and wines from all over the world.
The Malostranská beseda (Malá Strana Circle) building, on the corner of Malostranské square, houses three separate establishments: a café, a restaurant and a pub. The restaurant’s menu offers mainly traditional Czech dishes matching Pilsen Urquell beer served with mastery.