For Greek cuisine, the best bet is Taverna Olympos. This fabulous restaurant is reasonably priced and serves Greek food prepared by authentic Greek chefs—an absolute must during your trip to Prague.
It’s a nice and modern, renovated Greek restaurant where it is possible to sit and enjoy views over the Vltava River. Mains are quite pricey, ranging from 300 to 1000 CZK.
Address: Podolské nábř. 1, Prague 4; www.delphi-restaurant.cz
It’s a family restaurant with a great patio which has been open since 1997. Once you enter you will be welcomed with good service in a friendly home-feel atmosphere, and with filling and enjoyable Greek specialities. The restaurant decoration looks beautiful – even luxurious. Unfortunately this place is situated in the Zizkov quarter, and might be quite hard to reach by public transport. Mains range from 180 to 450 CZK.
Address: Kubelíkova 9, Prague 3; www.taverna-olympos.eu
The restaurant is located in the shopping mall Atrium. It’s a decent place for a cheap lunch, but it lacks its own spirit and is probably not the best choice for an intimate dinner. Lunch menus are available at the bargain price of 99 CZK. Most mains are under 200 CZK.
Address: Nákupní galerie Atrium, Karlovo nám. 10, Prague 2; www.artemisrestaurant.cz
This Greek taverna is a good choice for classics such as moussaka, tzatziki, souvlaki or delicious seafood specialities. If you’re looking for nice authentic Greek food with good service, and don’t mind slightly higher prices, this is the best place to head for. Mains here go from 300 to 450 CZK.
Address: Charlese De Gaulla 5, Dejvice; www.kavala-praha.cz