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Czech Traditional Restaurants

For best traditional Czech cuisine head to the following restaurants: U Sádlů; La Degustation; CzecHouse; U Maltézských Rytířů. La Degustation Bohême - Team of chefs and pâtissiers prepares three tasting menus consisting of seven courses supplemented with seven amuse-bouches.

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Czech Traditional Pubs

You have probably already heard that Czechs brew some of the world's best beers. So where better to enjoy these pale, golden lagers and rarer dark varieties than in a traditional Czech pub? And once you choose from the recommended places listed below and order your first pint and start drinking, don’t be surprised that your glass is replenished even without asking.

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Microbreweries and brewpubs

As well as the giant breweries like Pilsner Urquell, Budvar and Staropramen there are quite a few microbreweries producing excellent larger and dark beer too. Beer made in these breweries usually has a distinctive taste where freshness is guaranteed. Probably the most popular microbrewery and restaurant in Prague is U Fleku.

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Recommended Restaurants

Céleste - This offers one of the best French cuisines in Prague and is located on the top floor of one of Prague's most famous modern landmarks ‘Dancing Building'. There are amazing views of the city from both the inside dining room and the rooftop terrace.

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Czech Cuisine

Visitors to Prague often miss out on the best of traditional Czech cuisine which is heavily meat-based but also quite diverse. Don't be one of them unless you are vegetarian. A typical national dish is ‘pork, cabbage, dumplings' which must be accompanied with a pint of beer, the most typical Czech beverage.

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Prague’s Most Well Known Cafés

The café culture in Prague was at its' height between the late nineteenth century and the nineteen thirties, when the coffee bars in the city allowed a place where writers, activists, political dissidents, journalists and artists could meet. Lots of these cafés were not structurally maintained after World War Two, but six or so are still standing or have been resurrected to the glory of their heydays.

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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 though, as this could be very useful when placing orders and will be appreciated by all of the staff.

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Fine Dining in Prague

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 restaurants, the Michelin Guide also recommends the following, slightly more affordable, restaurants: Aromi, Divins, Le Terroir, Sansho, Aureole and SaSazu.

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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 prices, choose classic TGI Friday's or opt for some of the real steak-house gems dotted throughout Prague.

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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 each year.

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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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