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Cafe Savoy

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The Savoy is a beautifully restored belle époque cafe, with haughty black-and-white-suited waiting staff and a Viennese-style menu of hearty soups, salads and roast meats. — Lonely Planet

This lovingly restored 19th-century cafe recalls Prague's coffeehouse heyday under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. — Frommer's

Stellar service and elegant meals of high quality at moderate prices are de rigueur here. — Fodor's

Now part of the thriving Czech restaurant group Ambiente, this high-ceilinged, 19th-century café is elegant, airy and expert, offering an excellent menu of seafood and other Mediterranean fare. — Time Out

The Savoy is a classic, L-shaped Habsburg-era café from 1893 with a superb, neo-Renaissance ceiling. — Rough Guide

Bellevue

International 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An early leader on the Prague dining scene, the formal and traditional Bellevue still delivers, although service can be inconsistent and the menu hasn't evolved in years. — Time Out

Elegant 19C townhouse with a pleasant summer terrace and river views; contemporary interior decorated in a pastel palette, with neo-baroque lighting. — Michelin Guide

With its excellent views of Prague Castle, the Bellevue is a perennial top choice. — Frommer's

Situated by the river, Bellevue has a stunning view of the castle. The interior is an Art Deco triumph, all inlaid wood walls and marble floors. — DK Eyewitness

The view of Charles Bridge and the Hrad is outstanding, the setting is very formal and the international cuisine is imaginatively prepared. — Rough Guide

Grand Cafe Orient

Cafés 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If the small sandwiches, salads, and plethora of pancake options are not persuading enough, just stop by to check out the incredibly cool coat hangers near the entrance. — Let's Go

Probably the most stylish caff in Old Town, which is saying something, the Orient provides an unmissable opportunity to sip cappuccino in a cubist building. — Time Out

Prague’s Grand Café Orient is the only cubist-designed space of its kind in the world. — Afar Magazine

This superb reconstruction of a famous Cubist café from 1911, on the first floor of the Museum of Czech Cubism, dishes up cakes, pancakes and coffee. — Rough Guide

Everything is a faithful replica of what once was: immense polished-brass and silk-shaded lamps are suspended from the glossy, white-beamed ceiling. — Travel + Leisure

Kampa Park Restaurant

Seafood 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best views in town continue to attract celebs passing through... as do reliable Euro dishes. — Concierge

Known almost as much for its chic decor and celebrity guests as it is for its elegant continental cuisine and great wines. — Fodor's

The cuisine is as famous as the clientele, from the seared scallops with raisins and capers beurre blanc , to the saddle of lamb with truffle-scented potato gnocchi. — Lonely Planet

This restaurant is worth the considerable splurge, but only if you can snag one of the highly coveted riverside tables. — Frommer's

Stunningly located at the water's edge by Charles Bridge, a popular, contemporary restaurant run by a charming and professional team. — Michelin Guide

Bakeshop

Bakeries 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This fantastic bakery sells some of the best bread in the city, along with pastries, cakes and takeaway sandwiches, wraps, salads and quiche. — Lonely Planet

Top-class expat bakery serving excellent bread, sandwiches and wraps. — Rough Guide

Steadily growing in floor space and menu length, this comfort-food emporium has been buzzing since San Franciscan Anne Feeley first opened its doors. — Time Out

Prague's lucky enough to have an American-style bakery and sandwich shop that would be the envy of many an American town or city. — Frommer's

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Cafe Louvre

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Popular since the 19th century, this lofty café somehow manages to get away with a garish cream-and-turquoise colour combination, perhaps because it leads to a fine backroom with pool tables. — Time Out

An excellent place for a late and lazy breakfast on the terrace, Louvre has been in business since the early 1900s. — DK Eyewitness

Turn-of-the-twentieth-century café with a long pedigree, and still a very popular refueling spot for Prague’s shoppers. — Rough Guide

Situated on the second story of a building overlooking a busy street in Prague, Cafe Louvre is a quiet respite. — Afar Magazine

A big, breezy upstairs hall, Café Louvre is great for breakfast, coffee, an inexpensive pretheater meal, or an upscale game of pool. — Frommer's

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Kavarna Obecni dum

Cafés 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An afternoon here feels like a trip back to the time when Art Nouveau was all the rage. — Frommer's

The magnificent art nouveau Municipal House has this ground-floor café that's every bit as opulent on the inside as the building is grand on the outside. — Fodor's

Easily the most epic café space in town, this balconied, art nouveau sipping space (with a grand piano, no less) is situated at street level in the magnificently restored Municipal House. — Time Out

The vast kavárna (café), with its famous fountain, is a glittering Art Nouveau period piece – an absolute aesthetic treat. — Rough Guide

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Cafe de Paris

French 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a cosy, family-run restaurant based on the famous Café de Paris in Geneva. — Rough Guide

If meat and frites are your fancy, waiters subsequently arrive bearing trays of them to serve at each diner's tableside. — Fodor's

This exceedingly cosy French-style café has a small but excellent value French menu and a very good wine list. — DK Eyewitness

This delightful French bistro perched on pretty Maltézské námestí is a perfect addition to a beautiful part of Prague. — Frommer's

A little corner of France tucked away on a quiet square, the Café de Paris is straightforward and unpretentious. — Lonely Planet

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cukrkavalimonada

Cafés 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This warm, inviting cafe and bakery serves freshly made soups, salads, sandwiches, and pasta dishes, making it a convenient stop for lunch. — Fodor's

Best for salads, cakes and coffees, this calming, characterful caff just off the main drag from Charles Bridge is situated on a lovely, quiet corner of Maltézské náměstí. — Time Out

Very professional and well-run café, serving good brasserie- style dishes, as well as coffee and croissants, with tables overlooking the church of Panna Maria pod řetězem. — Rough Guide

A cute little cafe-cum-restaurant that combines minimalist modern styling with Renaissance-era painted timber roof-beams. — Lonely Planet

This cozy spot serves simple but excellent salads, sandwiches, and pasta dishes. The warm atmosphere is accentuated by exposed beams in the ceiling. — Frommer's

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Lokal Dlouhaaa

Breweries 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sleek and relatively sophisticated, Lokál takes the Czech pub concept to a new level with fresh, local ingredients, perfectly poured beers, and friendly, efficient service. — Fodor's

Vast corridor of a restaurant, decked out in sleek, minimalist decor, with waiters in formal long white aprons. — Rough Guide

The menu, which changes daily, includes traditional Czech dishes that promise meals full of fresh ingredients and top-quality smoked meats made in the restaurant’s own butcher shop. — Let's Go

Who’d have thought it possible? A classic Czech beer hall (albeit with slick modern decor); excellent tankové pivo (tanked Pilsner Urquell). — Lonely Planet

Effectively called "Pub," Lokál brings the concepts of local, seasonal, and from-scratch to oft-overlooked Czech pub fare. — Concierge

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V Kolkovne Restaurant

Breweries 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Very good, authentic Czech dishes and excellent beer served from giant tanks combine the best attributes of a great Czech pub. — DK Eyewitness

Owned and operated by the Pilsner Urquell brewery, Kolkovna is a stylish, modern take on the traditional Prague pub, with decor by top Czech designers. — Lonely Planet

For Czechs, this chainlet remains one of the most popular spots to take visitors for a taste of local cuisine without the stress of tourist rip-offs. — Fodor's

Though located in a former printing office in a fine 19th-century building, Kolkovna is a modern take on the trad­itional beer hall and is licensed from the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. — Insight Guides

Popular pub/brasserie located in the Jewish Quarter, with a pavement terrace and a large beer counter at the entrance. — Michelin Guide

THE SUSHI BAR since 1999

Japanese 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sushi in Prague is often a disappointment but this stylish and contemporary locally run establishment is an exception. — DK Eyewitness

Sushi came late to the Czech Republic, but now it's here with a vengeance, and you can find sushi and maki on menus all across the city. — Frommer's

This narrow little room across the river from the National Theater is home to some of the city's best sushi, courtesy of the fish market next door. — Fodor's

Modern sushi bar in the part of Smíchov just south of Malá Strana. The sushi and sashimi set dishes are delicious, but the cost can mount up. — Rough Guide

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Palffy Palac Club

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Soft melodies seep through the walls from a musical academy on the premises, providing the perfect accompaniment to a regularly changing menu that includes organic dishes. — DK Eyewitness

The restaurant occupies a grand candle-lit room on the first floor of an old Baroque palace, and features a wonderful outdoor terrace from which you can survey the red rooftops of Malá Strana. — Rough Guide

This is the best place in Prague to indulge czarist fantasies and play at 17th-century aristocratic life—or to stage a marriage proposal. — Concierge

In bad weather, eat in the 17th-century baroque dining room, complete with candles, crystal chandeliers, and impossibly beautiful place settings -- it's like having dinner with a wealthy count. — Frommer's

Tucked inside an establishment that's literally palatial, age-old elegance and artful continental cuisine combine on the second story of a baroque palazzo just below Prague Castle. — Fodor's

Villa Richter

Italian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in a restored 18th-century villa in the middle of a replanted medieval vineyard, this place is aimed squarely at the hordes of tourists thronging up and down the Old Castle Steps. — Lonely Planet

Come to the best terrace location in the city for this exciting new restaurant. — Time Out

Set amidst the castle vineyards, just outside the Black Tower (Černá věž), this place has three separate places one on top of the other. — Rough Guide

A relatively recent entry into Prague's top echelon is this luxury restaurant in a hilltop vineyard just as you exit the Prague Castle complex on the eastern end. — Frommer's

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Krystal Bistro

French 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A bit out of the centre but worth seeking out, this neighbourhood favourite offers great value and outstanding service in a casual setting. — DK Eyewitness

A favourite among locals, friendly and casual Mozaika offers solid value. — Time Out

Try a mezze starter, with excellent humus, and then a lamb shish kebab or salmon served in nori seaweed as an entrée. — Frommer's

One of the most dependably good restaurants in the neighbourhood. — Lonely Planet

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NOI- The Art of Taste

Thai 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The most engaging venue for indulging in Prague's growing obsession, Thai food, is better than its tag-line, 'the art of taste'. — Time Out

A restaurant that feels a bit like a club, Noi is super stylish but with a chilled-out, Far Eastern atmosphere. — Lonely Planet

A lounge-y spot on a well-trafficked stretch of Újezd, Noi delivers on the promise of its Zen interior by cooking excellent Thai classics. — Fodor's

A stylish, atmospheric restaurant dishing out some of the tastiest, spiciest Thai food in Prague, though it’s not great for veggies. — Rough Guide

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Masala

Indian 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Masala is a bit out of the way. Still, it's worth seeking out for its homely atmosphere and capably created Indian cuisine, served speedily and at reasonable prices. — Time Out

An unpretentious Indian restaurant, with all of the good food and none of the stultifying atmosphere and stiff service you normally find at Indian places here. — Lonely Planet

This North Indian restaurant is justifiably popular with the local expats. — Rough Guide

All of the classics are offered, including crispy nan bread and flavored yogurt drinks to start. — Frommer's

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V Zatisi

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Dine on roasted pumpkin with feta and a citrus dressing in a book-lined alcove at V Zatisi. — Travel + Leisure

Exquisitely prepared international cuisine with fresh vegetables, fresh pasta and regular non-meat dishes, all served in nouvelle cuisine-sized portions in a space the size of a living room. — Rough Guide

This is a safe choice for an excellent meal, at a price, in a sophisticated yet still inviting environment. — Frommer's

Popular, modern, city centre restaurant with a name meaning 'timeless'. Traditional Czech dishes with some Asian influences. — Michelin Guide

‘Still Life’ is one of Prague’s top restaurants, famed for the quality of its cuisine. — Lonely Planet

Cafe Imperial

Cafés 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1914, and featuring the most incredible ceramic friezes on its walls, pillars and ceilings, the Imperial is a must for fans of outrageously sumptuous Art Nouveau decor. — Rough Guide

You'll be immediately stunned by high ceilings completely covered with original ceramic tiles and mosaics. — Frommer's

Set within a beautiful Art Nouveau interior inside the Art Deco Imperial Hotel, this is the perfect restaurant to try delicious local specialities like braised beef in cream sauce. — DK Eyewitness

The menu ranges from American breakfasts to Czech classics to roast quail. — Lonely Planet

Now attached to the nearly-as-posh Hotel Imperial, the old-world dining room serves elegant renditions of trad schnitzels and rump steak, but seems more suited to lighter fare. — Time Out

Bohemia Bagel Lazenska

Cafés 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hamburger, bagel and breakfast outfit remains the best all-round place to grab a light meal in this barren stretch (at least from a culinary standpoint) of Holešovice. — Lonely Planet

The best breakfast deal in Prague is available from 8am until 11pm at this always-busy bagel shop and café. — DK Eyewitness

Malá Strana branch of the successful self-service chain (and expat favourite) situated close to Charles Bridge, serving filled bagels, all-day breakfasts, soup and chilli. — Rough Guide

After bringing the first true bagel café to post-1989 Prague, it moved on to free coffee refills, fresh muffins, delicious breakfast bagels and bagel sandwiches. — Time Out

The local Bohemia Bagel chain is a solid choice for breakfast or lunch, with several outlets scattered around town. — Frommer's

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