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Czech Traditional Restaurants

With cheap student pubs being closed and substituted for more profitable hotels and shops, it is becoming hard to locate a genuinely authentic Czech restaurant or pub in the historical centre of the city. Many Czechs do not frequent “authentic” eateries, and prefer the more cosmopolitan food of other countries …

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Czech Traditional Pubs

Prague has a number of traditional old alehouses in which visitors can sample traditional Czech beers. The most famous is U Zlatého tygra, not far from Old Town Square is place where Czech president Václav Havel took Bill Clinton for a drink here in 1994. Another classic local pub is …

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Microbreweries and brewpubs

Prague is a great city for beer lovers, and there is no better place to taste different varieties of local brews than some excellent microbreweries and brewpubs. Prague currently has 25 working breweries and a population of just 1.25 million, giving the city one brewery per only 50,000 people. And …

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Recommended Restaurants

  Aromi Restaurant Aromi Restaurant is well known throughout Prague for serving some of the best food available, with the seafood being of a particularly high standard. This Italian style restaurant is located away from the city center in the Vinohrady district but it is well worth making the trip …

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Czech Cuisine

Vegetarians beware!  Prague is not going to be the best city for you.  However, for those who love meat, then it is going to be a perfect spot. In fact, traditional Czech cuisine consists of meat based dishes including the favorite consisting of pork, cabbage and dumplings.  Czech food itself is …

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Prague’s Most Well Known Cafés

Cafés are something of a growing phenomenon in Prague. Traditionally, the majority of eating houses offered filling Czech food, but as the City has become progressively cosmopolitan the number of trendy cafes is on the rise. These are great for taking the load off and having a break, after walking …

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Dining in Prague

The atmosphere in the different restaurants will obviously vary, as will the standard of service. Most waiters will speak at least some English, although the majority of younger waiters will have a good grasp of the English language. It won’t hurt to learn some of the local dialect for yourself …

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Fine Dining in Prague

The city boasts a host of restaurants, all offering excellent service and dishing up international and local culinary delights to suit every palate.   Over the years, Prague has gained a reputation for fine dining. The Restaurant La Degustation Boehme and Alcron has been awarded a Michelin star. Apart from the Michelin Star-awarded …

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Advice for Eating out in Prague

A large element of the charm of Prague becomes clear by aimlessly strolling through the old winding quarters of the city, to marvel at the buildings, watch the people, and sniff out nice restaurants. You could dine well here very cheaply, or very expensively also. What you would pay for …

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Steak Restaurants in Prague

Prague is meat country, which means that steak lovers will be spoilt for choice. Steaks are not only served in steak restaurants, but just about everywhere, though not every place has the expertise to serve up the perfect steak. You might head to a local restaurant serving dishes at local …

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Vegetarian Restaurants

Vegetarian restaurants are still quite rare in Prague, but this is changing fast. Although locals enjoy traditional Czech food, not all Czechs are non-vegetarian. As part of the international trend, Czechs are becoming increasingly health-conscious and getting into healthy and organic food, with new vegetarian restaurants hitting the high streets …

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Italian Restaurants

You will be spoilt for choice with the Italian Restaurants in Prague. Italian cuisine is highly popular amongst locals (most places are affordable) and tourists alike (quiet lunches/snacks). Italian is definitely a favourite with the Czechs at dinnertime. There’s an abundance of restaurants to choose from, some of which have …

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