Finding the perfect restaurant in a city is a true pleasure. Isn’t it great to share a hidden gem with your friends and colleagues? But finding these food Valhallas can be a challenge, especially if you don’t know your way around the city. Well, this article has done the hard work for you. We’ve found the best restaurants in Prague so you can pretend to be an expert in the city’s dining scene.
So, meet the local chefs and let them take you and your colleagues on a culinary adventure.
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The young chef is a firm advocate of Modern Cuisine. He combines an innovative touch with unusual flavour combinations from across the world. Make sure to check out the chef’s pan-seared scallops served with parsnip purée, baked topinambur and edamame.
Food Lab draws on the energy of Prague’s historic centre. Scientists and hermetics tried to find the elixirs of eternal life and never-ending love at this place. The magic and mystery have stayed, and make for a unique dining experience in this beautiful restaurant.
Do you love Asian food? Sansho is managed by chef-owner Paul Day, a former butcher from the UK. Over a decade ago, he left butchery behind him and dedicated his life to Asian Cuisine. Since, Paul has honed his skills at world-renowned Asian restaurants in London, New York, Tokyo, Istanbul, India, Spain and Italy.
Sansho takes pride in making use of every piece of meat in their kitchen, from tail to nose.
Be sure to try the Dinner Tasting Menu consisting of six courses plus an optional dessert. You will surely want to come back for more during your next visit to Prague.
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You will love Aromi if you want authentic Italian cuisine specialising in fish and seafood. Riccardo Lucque is the chef and founder. He aims to create wonderful experiences inside his gastronomical paradise.
The restaurant’s menu portrays a wide selection of fresh fish and seafood. Paired with some wine and the setting will be complete.
You can close your eyes during dinner and truly trick your mind into thinking that you’re on the Italian coast. Make sure to take a seat in the restaurant’s beautiful garden during the summer and bask in Prague’s sun.
You can find Nostress in amongst the beautiful streets of Prague’s Old Town. It’s the perfect pick for any time of day; the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a wide selection of homemade patisseries and desserts.
Chef Kheireddine Benmissi has been at the restaurant’s helm for over 14 years. The menu focuses on simple but qualitative international cuisine. Whatever you pick, the dishes are sure to trigger your taste palette positively. Make sure to try the Sea Bass filet with truffled cauliflower purée.
Warning: when you start reading Mlýnec’s menu, you will be tempted to sprint straight to the restaurant. The Á La Carte, lunch and brunch options will intrigue you from the very beginning. We’re talking 40 days aged Veal Rib Eye, aged Striploin Steak, tartare and a Black Angus Ball Tip Steak.
It’s a fab choice for a carnivorous team!
This ship will amaze you with every corner of their concept – the Vltava has never been the same since Matylda dropped her anchor. Step onboard and feel transported to the Mediterranean sea.
The selection of seafood, meats, and pasta is something you will want to show off to your team members. Blow your guests away by recommending the irresistible Tiramisu. All together, Matylda’s menu provides its guests and visitors with an unforgettable dining experience in Prague.
If you find yourself in the heart of Prague, you may accidentally wander inside a hidden courtyard. A magical atmosphere will welcome you at Bellevue Restaurant.
You will find Alexandre Martin at the head of Bellevue’s culinary food chain. The French Executive Chef has gained prestige in several world-famous restaurants. He will “dare to try what others have not yet tried”. With that mindset, he will surely make your culinary experience in Prague one to remember.
Make sure to try the Chef’s suggestion from French cuisine. The 3-course menu consists of Marinated Salmon, Guinea Fowl, and Soufflé. Impress your team by arriving at Bellevue with the knowledge you now have.
Here in the Czech Republic, the chef prepares his masterpieces and presents them to you. Don’t worry if you prefer seafood or fish – La Finestra has a wide variety available.
The Klementinum, next to The Charles Bridge, is walking distance from the restaurant. Here, you have a culinary combination of history, architecture and hospitality at Restaurant La Finestra in Prague.
Food is beautiful. Vegetables, meat, fish, it all comes from somewhere. Chef Radek Kašpárek understands this concept and wants you to be his guest. It’s a true fine dining restaurant with fresh products.
Restaurant Field is the place in Prague where you are invited to dine in amazement. The seasonal menu does not hide its natural origins. You will be blown away by the presentation of the dishes. You will tend to forget that you are at a restaurant because the food looks like pieces of culinary art.
Pleasure is at the centre of food at V Zátiší. The modern restaurant fuses traditional Czech cuisine with Indian flavours and quality ingredients. You will be amazed and amused by the food, atmosphere and multiple menus.
Head Chef Igor Chramec is at your service and will ensure your culinary experience is successful. The restaurant offers an all-inclusive menu of eight or twelve specialities. Don’t let the opportunity slide through your fingers!
You can also pick something tasty off the regular menu if you prefer something else. Don’t forget to look at the wine list.
Food is life. So meal choice is pretty crucial. We understand that the restaurant scene of a new city can be overwhelming. But we dare any of the Prague restaurants mentioned in this article to disappoint.
Eastern Europe will never be the same again after you visit Prague. Tell a friend and bon appétit!
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