Restaurants | Culter


For the gastronomically inclined, the best restaurants and cafes in Prague are on the top of their list to visit. With restaurants and cafes that serve the best of local Prague cuisine as well as chefs that are known for their mastery of international cuisine, here are the best food stops to visit in Prague.

Cafe La Veranda
Elišky Krásnohorské 2/10, 110 00 Prague 1

Open from Monday to Saturday, Cafe La Veranda is perfect to enjoy the best of fusion cuisine. The head chef, Radek David, mixes the best of Prague flavours with international cuisine for refreshing meals. Located in the heart of the rustic side of Prague, the restaurant is the perfect splash of modernity to the city’s classic beauty.

Hergetova Cihelna
Cihelná 2b, 118 00 Prague 1

Well known for serving the best of Czech food, the Hergetova Cihelna is a picturesque restaurant located on the banks of the Vltava River. Guests can savour Czech specialties as prepared by the head chef, Marek Raditsch, while enjoying the view of the Charles Bridge nearby.

V Kolkovně 8, 110 00 Prague 1

Easily accessible by way of the metro, Kolkonova is a very bohemian restaurant that specializes on traditional Czech cuisine and serves the best of Czech alcohol, the Pilsner Urquell.  Divid Karoch, the restaurants head chef, finds inspiration in the value of a home cooked meal when serving his customers while designer Jiri Hanzlik turned to the 1930’s in creating the Bohemian style of the restaurant.

Siddharta cafe
Jakubska 649/8, CZ – 110 00 Prague

Operating in the Buddha-Bar Hotel, one Europe’s hottest new hotels, the Siddharta Cafe is cosy and intimate, perfect for a get together with friends, a date or even a business meeting. The cafe’s design is the best of the Pop Art culture and the talented staff of chefs provides international cuisine while also giving the local cuisine a contemporary twist.