The city of a hundred spires has a proud history of serving its nation’s hearty cuisine, however, a great number of
superb international restaurants have touched down here in Prague in recent years. Trendy, Chic, and Avant Garde
now join the Traditional Czech group dining options now possible.
Mlynec Dining Room is an example of a restaurant which has found perfect balance between its luxurious atmosphere in the dining room, and an enthusiastic chef, Marek Šáda in the kitchen. The interior of the restaurant is vast which makes it an ideal venue for a variety of event and celebration settings. Literally a stone’s throw from the Charles Bridge and the bridge tower, lurking above. Truly a breath taking view.
An inconspicuous little house on the northern edge of the Prague Castle grounds, above the Powder Bridge, has been standing there since 1581. It is located right at the edge of the castle on the North wing, and was once the site of a large wooden menagerie where lions, leopards, tigers, and bears which guarded the castle, were kept. Today all the wildlife have been replaced by mouth watering, suckling pig.
La Finestra is perfectly located in the downtown of Prague, just few steps from the Charles Bridge. The food is spectacular and the service impeccable! There is one open space dining room connected with an open kitchen, and the entire space is contained by rustic red brick walls. The basement hides a private wine cellar, which can accommodate private parties for up to 22 guests in the center of the wine cellars.
Kolkovna restaurant is one of the best known traditional Czech dining rooms to find excellent local flavors, and of course the very freshest beer available. A fact that it is not unusual to find local patrons from the neighborhood drinking their golden brew and enjoying their meal right next to the members of the Prague elite, further demonstrates how the restaurant has so broadly earned its good reputation.
Hergetova Cihelna dining room has quickly become one of Prague's top dining experiences, and a very popular spot directly on the riverbank. Built centuries ago as a brick factory, this bi-level restaurant and lounge has been stunningly restored to include a variety of separate areas that include the main restaurant, a huge river terrace, and a stylish bar and a lounge with couches and lounge seating.
Grosseto Marina is both a beautiful modern, as well as chic, floating dining room which fulfills all the criteria for new age gastronomy. The restaurant has two floors; lower floor offers three separated dining rooms with an exhibition kitchen whilst the upper, open deck, is an ideal place for to embrace the sun shining down from behind the castle perched up on its hill on the opposing bank.
Exotic, sensual and luxurious – those are the adjectives most frequently applied to Prague’s Buddha Bar Restaurant. Located close to Prague’s Old Town Square, this restaurant captures the essence of contemporary Oriental interiors and promises the same mystical fusion, flair and ambience as its sister locations in London, Paris and New York. High ceilings and several spaces to dine, lounge, see and be seen.
Ginger & Fred Restaurant – situated on the 7th floor of the famed Prague Dancing House – offers not only trend setting international cuisine and original interior, but also amazing views of Prague. What is more, you can enjoy various dishes, prepared by experienced Chef Rudolf Doležal, in a pleasant company of numerous pieces of modern art – some of which you may find amusing, some definitely shocking.
Since its debut in early 2003, the Coda restaurant has become a culinary destination for discerning gourmands and oenophiles alike. This ideal restaurant is complete in its offering of fine culinary mastery and exquisite service, provided in one of the most elegant and beautiful settings in Prague. An amazing open air roof terrace serves up a side of WOW with every dish which leaves the hands of the talented Chef’s.