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Prague

Restaurants in Prague

Our star ratings:

Restaurants come and go in Prague, but there is much choice, at all prices — a variety of cuisines from Czech and Slovak to Italian, French, Scandinavian, even Cajun. Increasingly, it is possible to dine well. Prices by U.S. major city standards are reasonable. "Expensive" are far less expensive and so on down the line. Here are a few recommendations. In season, reservations are essential.

Our star ratings:
exceptional, earned by few
excellent, well worth a visit
very good, give it a try
satisfactory dining
NR not rated

Alphabetical order Sorted by ratings
U Lorety NR
U Modre Kachnicky
Parnas
Reykavik
U Rudolfa
U Supa
V. Zatisi
U Modre Kachnicky
Parnas
Reykavik
V. Zatisi
U Rudolfa
U Supa
U Lorety NR

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U Lorety, Loretanke nam 8-10, Tel: 24-51-01-91

Great location for al fresco dining in summer. Opposite Cernin Palace. The food is okay. The view is great.

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U Modre Kachnicky (The Blue Duckling), Nebovidska 6, Tel: 24-51-02-17

A charming small restaurant with warm, friendly service. It specializes in game—and that's what you should try. Our best meal in Prague.

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Parnas, Smetanovo nabrisi 2, Tel: 24-22-92-48

More elegant than many, restored as an Art Deco restaurant in the 1920's, an international menu and fine service, make for a very pleasant dining experience. The fish selection is good and well prepared.

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Reykavik, Karlova 20, Tel: 24-22-92-51

Fish, fish, fish. Fresh and very good.

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U Rudolfa, Maislova 5, Tel: 232-26-71

In the Jewish ghetto, a small menu, moderately priced, solid food.

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U Supa, (The Vulture), Celetna 22, Tel: 24-21-20-04

If you're traveling with kids, this is a good bet. A huge beer hall (try their own beer - Purkmistr) serving steak, game, duck, roast goose and roast suckling pig. Not exactly health-conscious dining, but well prepared and moderately priced.

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V. Zatisi, Liliova 1, Tel: 24-22-89-77

Owned by the Parnas management, much less pricey and very good food, including pastas and fresh fish.

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