The Top 10 Prague Restaurants
Although famous for its cheap beer, a Prague stag do gives you the chance to explore all the best cuisine that this part of the world has to offer!
After a big night out on the town, the one thing you’ll need is a good, hearty meal to regain your strength and continue on partying. With that in mind, we’ve listed all the best restaurants in Prague for you, so take a look and find a fantastic place to get sat down to enjoy a delicious meal.
1. Restaurace Mlejnice
This one doesn’t really need an introduction! Famous across the globe for being the Irish pub to champion all Irish pubs is Temple Bar Dublin. Named after the surrounding area, this iconic boozer is a staple for anybody visiting the Irish capital, no matter what your itinerary says! Being in the city centre right by the River Liffey, the area surrounding the bar is a lively and exciting neighbourhood dominated by Georgian-era buildings housing taverns, shops, cafés and much more. One thing is for certain though; this place gets very busy every day of the week, so plan your time wisely. It should go without saying, but we’ll say it anyway: You simply can’t afford to miss out on this legendary bar!
2. Restaurant Mustek
Situated just a short walk away from the iconic Wenceslas Square, Restaurant Můstek is a brilliant place to grab a bite to eat if you’re planning on exploring the city centre. Aside from its fantastic location, this Prague restaurant specialises in serving up delicious beef and pork-based plates. When it comes to drinks, they stock a huge selection of spirits as well as plenty of Moravian wines and Czech beers too!
3. Charles Bridge Restaurant
On the east side of the river right next to the bridge that gives this place its name, the Charles Bridge Restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Prague if you’re looking for a hearty, no-nonsense meal in a stunning venue. As well as offering local cuisines on the menu, you’ll also find a range of international favourites from burgers to spicy chicken wings and more. If the weather is nice, it’s definitely worth sitting out on the floating terrace to enjoy the stunning views of the bridge and the river with a drink in hand.
4. Sad Man's Tongue Bar & Bistro
With a packed-out menu full of American-style classics, Sad Man’s Tongue Prague is a popular and well-loved eatery located just a short walk away from the river on the east side of the city. Styling itself as a 50s-inspired bistro, this Prague restaurant has plenty to choose from with options such as burgers, chicken wings, sandwiches plus much more. What’s best is that this place transforms into a lively late-night bar towards the end of the week, staying open ‘til the early hours of the morning!
5. Fat Cat Beerhouse & Restaurant
Whether you’re looking for something healthy or the complete opposite, Fat Cat Beerhouse & Restaurant is a Prague restaurant you should definitely consider checking out. With a particular focus on serving up mouth-watering burgers, chicken wings, steaks and more, you’ll also find a great selection of salads and other much-loved favourites like nachos and quesadillas. Of course, as the name suggests, this place is also brilliant for trying out some weird and wonderful Czech beers too!
6. La Piccola Perla
If you’re a big fan of Italian food then La Piccola Perla should be your go-to choice! One of the best places to eat in Prague if you’re looking for Mediterranean food, this place has everything you should expect like pastas, fish dishes, pizzas and more. Inside the venue, you’ll find it to be a bright and modern restaurant with a cosy atmosphere, perfect for chilling out after a busy day.
7. The Street Burgers & Cocktails
Just like the name suggests, The Street Burgers & Cocktails is the number one Prague restaurant for exactly that; burgers and cocktails! Just around the corner from Dead Man’s Tongue, this place is also a fantastic base to start exploring the city centre from. For the vegetarians and vegans, there’s also a good amount of plant-based options to browse too. With very agreeable prices on both food and drink, The Street is a bit of a no-brainer if you’re looking for a proper hunger-busting meal.
8. La Bodeguita del Medio
A unique venue with an arty vibe, La Bodeguita del Medio is an awesome Iberian-inspired restaurant in Prague that doubles up as a fantastic nightlife venue in the evenings too! Downstairs, you’ll find the main dining space with plenty of places to get sat down to enjoy the atmosphere and unique décor lining the walls. On the mezzanine, you’ll find more tables and chairs as well as another bar if you fancy a few cheeky cocktails with your food.
9. Pasta Fresca
If you’re a big fan of Italian food and looking for a no-frills dining experience then Pasta Fresca is the top place to go! This Prague restaurant may seem like a small and unassuming place on first glance, but don’t be fooled; they serve some of the best fresh Mediterranean food anywhere in the city. Whether its fish, chicken or beef, this place has a long and exciting menu full of classic dishes and some unique ones too, all with great prices.
10. Le Grill Prague
Located at the Grand Mark Prague Hotel, Le Grill is a fantastic venue if you’re looking for high-end. Serving throughout the day, they offer a brilliant breakfast menu as well as rotating seasonal dishes on their main menu. What’s special about this place is that they even have a “Celebrity” menu section, listing the famous dishes that their famous guests have enjoyed in the past!
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