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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 exclusively Italian menus, and others offering Italian as well as the standard fare. Some of the best choices are: Ambiente Pasta Fresca, VinoDiVino, Aromi or Ambiente Pizza Nuova.

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American Restaurants

In Prague, western food, in particular American cuisine, has found its right place, and today is popular both with locals and visitors. Our recommendation is Hard Rock Cafe Prague or The Globe Bookstore and Café - with those you can’t go wrong. More options are listed below.

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Thai Restaurants

A few decades ago, there were no Thai restaurants in Prague. Today, it’s a different story, with Thai restaurants dotted throughout the city. Most are run by locals who are married to Thais or who have been to Thailand and brought their love of Thai food back with them. Try NOI—The Art of Taste or Lemon Leaf, which are a hit amongst locals and tourists alike.

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Best Burgers in Prague

Prague is not really synonymous with burgers—and in fact hamburgers were more largely introduced in the Czech Republic just after the collapse of communism in 1990s—however, Western influence, influx of expats and Western tourists led to a rapid growth in the popularity of burgers among locals. Fast-food chains like McDonald’s popped up everywhere, as well expat-owned restaurants and other fast-food establishments.

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Chinese Restaurants

Prague is dotted with Chinese restaurants and takeaways, located at nearly every corner. They are a good choice for those on a low budget, as they are not very frequently visited by travellers but rather tend to serve locals during lunchtime because of their cheap menus. However, there are a few fine places like Macao & Wok, Makakiko or Sasazu, where you can sample real Asian delicacies.

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Mexican Restaurants

Mexican cuisine is not that widespread in Prague, and real Mexican restaurants serving excellent dishes are hard to come by. Our only recommendation would be Cantina: large portions, good service, reasonable prices—plus a great atmosphere.

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Japanese Restaurants

Most Japanese restaurants in Prague are overpriced. This is due to the steep prices for fresh seafood, as is the case with many landlocked countries. Another factor is quality—and you won’t go wrong provided the owner is Japanese but there are not many such places, which often results in disappointment. Hanabi Sushi House and Kobe have good reputations but are rather pricey; if you’re on a lower budget, try Sushi Oishi Restaurant.

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Vietnamese Resturants

Vietnamese cuisine is popular in Prague, with a number of authentic Vietnamese restaurants throughout the centre of the city. The Vietnamese community being quite large in the Czech Republic, the majority of these restaurants are run by authentic Vietnamese owners. Our hot tip is to head for Pho Vietnam Tuan&Lan—although you will find an abundance of other equally amazing places.

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Mediterranean Restaurants

Prague is a great place to sample some of the enjoyable Mediterranean cuisines. For the best bet head to Corso Cafe, Oliva Restaurant, Kogo or Restaurant Le Saint-Tropez. You might also have a look at the below-listed choices.

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Indian Restaurants

For decent Indian cuisine, head to Indian Jewel conveniently located in the Old Town. Though don’t set your expectations too high, and expect high prices. To be honest, it is not easy to find a good Indian restaurant in Prague—but all is not lost, as a less costly and recommended option is Lal Qila situated in Vinohrady. The vegetarian dishes there are exquisite.

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French Restaurants

The ultimate in French cuisine in Prague is Terasa u Zlate Studne. They also serve traditional Czech and International fare, and the dishes, views and service are all simply outstanding. Other French restaurants in Prague tend to be overpriced for what you get, or of poor quality. If you want a truly out-of-the-ordinary experience, head to the Troja district, to the cave restaurant Svata Klara. The atmosphere is quite unique.

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Greek Restaurants

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.

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