Where are the top places to eat in Prague? Read this guide on the best places to eat in Prague Old Town. Why do tourists go to Prague? Is it for the Gothic architecture or Communist history. There are some great treasures to be found right in the heart of old town Prague, including some pretty good places to eat. From Czech dishes to authentic Asian food, read on for the top 5 places to eat in Prague.
1. Crème de la Crème
A fresh 50’s style cafe serving up the best ice creams and desserts around. Don’t let the queue out the door put you off as most people are just grabbing a take away ice cream. Grab a freshly brewed coffee and take a seat to soak in the atmosphere. One of the best places for breakfast in Prague old town.
2. Staroměstský pivovar U Supa
A micro brewery with classic Czech dishes such as crispy pork knuckle and beef rib, with a sumptuous mustard glaze. Later grab a beer tasting platter to find your perfect ale. Located right next to Prague’s Old Town Square it’s the perfect spot to spend an evening or two.
3. Modrý Zub
Asian food at its finest. If you want to know what to eat in Prague the waitresses aren’t shy in telling you their favourite items on the menu. The Pad Thai is the perfect antidote to the meat heavy Czech cuisine you have been stuffed with so far! And there’s not a bread roll in sight.
A trendy industrial style restaurant serving local Czech dishes with a modern twist. Lokáls reviews speak for themselves. Serving up food with local Czech ingredients and at local prices, Lokal gets a mention in all the best restaurant lists in Prague including the Telegraphs “10 of the best restaurants in Prague”.
For the best view in Prague head to the top floor of Kotva department store. Here you can grab a cold drink and a light lunch while surveying the beautiful skyline of the city. Every ornate Gothic spire from the astronomical clock to the Prague castle can be seen from this laid back spot. There’s even a bar here if you arrive late.
Prague old town can be so busy with tourists but stick to these lesser known spots for a truly Czech experience. If you wand to find good food in Prague just look for where the locals go and don’t talk to any big dinosaurs!
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