Hello, prague

"Mother Prague has clutches," Franz Kafka wrote nearly one hundred years ago. Prague’s convoluted streets may keep you in those clutches loving every second of it. Anyone who has wandered around the city's cobbled streets and Gothic alleyways and seen the moon hover behind the towers and pinnacles of Europe's most beautiful capital will definitely come back.


Restaurants to visit

Grilled pork ribs on the grill.


Kolkovna serves great and tasty Czech cuisine. Enjoy thick soups, grilled meat, and fish with a side of original unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell or other beers.

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Beef fajitas and bell peppers


Cantina serves very good Mexican food at reasonable prices and stocks a decent selection of tequila. Always full, so if you want a table in the evening it is best to book early.

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Vietnamese spring rolls with Salmon

Malý Buddha (”Little Buddha”)

”Little Buddha” is Prague’s best value restaurant, particularly bearing in mind its location — just a stone’s throw from Prague Castle. Chinese and Vietnamese specialities and a large selection of good teas.

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Food preparation


Welcome to this gem in central Prague. Maitrea serves vegetarian food but even if you are a meat lover you will definitely not get disappointed in the cuisine.

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Assorted indian food

Indian by Nature

If you are really hungry and in the mood for something spicy, then Indian by Nature's buffet is highly recommended. They also have an extensive dinner menu.

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Chef making pizza

Ristorante Carmelita

Ristorante Carmelita prepares lovely thin-crusted pizzas with plenty of toppings over oak wood. They have an Italian menu with many delightful dinner options, but the pizzas come highly recommended.

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