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Czech Republic Cafes and Restaurants





Cafes & Restaurants

Ambiente
An American-style restaurant with an american-style menu. One of the most overrated restaurants in Prague.

Located at:
Manesova 59, Prague 2
Tel: 627 5913.

 

Blatouch Vezenska
This is a gentle and reasonably priced cafe, a favourite of cleancut Czech students and intellectuals. The narrow, high ceilinged room, wooden floors, bookcase, armchairs and jazz or soul music add to the civilized atmosphere.

Located at:
4, Old Town.
Tel: 232 8643

 

Govinda Vegetarian Club
The Club offers basic self-service vegetarian Indian meals - rice, lentils, vegetable curry, bread. Most of the ingredients are grown on the Krishna`s organic farm outside Prague. Wheelchair access.

Located at:
Soukenicka 27, New Town
Tel: 2481 6016.

 

Klub Architektu
This restaurant is situated on the substructure of the Fragner Gallery on Bethlehem square with 800 year old stone interior. Low prices, excellent location and great Czech, international and vegetarian cuisine, is served.

Located at:
169, Old Town
Tel: 2440 1214.

 

Parnas Smetanovo
Parnas Smetanovo and its adjoing cafe are situated just opposite the National Theatre, overlooking the Vltava river. Both cafe's became popular from the musicians and singers working in the Theatre. The service is impeccable and the menu is one of the best in Prague.

Located at:
Nabrezi 2, Old Town
Tel: 2422 9248.

 

U Maliru
This is the Prague`s most expensive restaurant. It is situated in a house from the 16th century with its original painted ceilings intact. It is the only restaurant in Prague which serves authentic French food.

Located at:
11, Little Quarter,
Tel. 2451 0269.

 

U Sudu Vodickova
Originally a small, dark wine bar on the ground floor, it has expanded down into three gothic cellars. The cellars have been claimed by students. It is worth visiting in September.

Located at:
10, New Town
Tel. 2421 3499

 

 

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