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Prague abounds in literally hundreds of restaurants, varying hugely in style, cost and the types of cuisine on offer. As a general rule you should try to avoid places in the very touristy spots as these tend to be overpriced with the accompanying increase in quality.  If you can try to eat more locally, Vinohrady in particular has many good restaurants, at much better prices than those in Prague 1.  Here we have selected just a few of our very favourite restaurants.

Almost all Czech restaurants have a 'denni nabidka' or 'daily menu' available at lunchtime with cut price dishes from around 100 crowns, sometimes including soup or a drink, ready to be served immediately.  These are usually a real bargain, although as soon as the item sells out, that's it, you have to choose something else.  Some restaurants have only a daily menu at lunchtime.

Vinohradsky Parlament


Very popular Czech gastropub serving a range of mainly meaty dishes, located next to Namesti miru.  There is a daily menu offering at least 8 dishes during the week (or 6 at weekends) for reasonable prices.  Main evening meals are in the 150-200 kc price range.  There are also a number of Staropramen beers on offer, with the standard light beer for 35 kc per half liter.  There is an adjoining tap room which opens earlier and closes later. 


Korunni 1, Praha 2


Opening Hours:

Mon-Weds: 10:45am to midnight, Thurs-Fri 10:45am to 1am, Saturdays 11:30am to 1pm, Sundays 11:30am to 11:30pm


+420 224 250 403



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