Where to find excellent restaurants, pubs, bistros, coffee shops, bars and music clubs in Prague
V Zátiší restaurant is a gourmet gem hidden in a tangle of picturesque Old Town streets near the Bethlehem Chapel. It was one of the first luxury restaurants to open after 1989, and since then it has sparkled in the Prague culinary scene.
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.
The story of this restaurant on the Novotného lávka quay is a dramatic one: barely two years after opening, it was literally submerged by the waters of the Vltava during Prague's great flood of 2002. Only the upper part of the building escaped the flood.
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.
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