Bohemian Cuisine

In the Czech Republic there are many restaurants offering international cuisines as well as typical Bohemian and Moravian dishes. We would like to recommend our favourite ones where gastronomy is a pleasure.


NebozízekNebozizek Restaurant

Nebozízek Restaurant, which is located on Petrin Hill, offers stunning views over the city of Prague. You can take the funicular up to the restaurant, set in a glass conservatory surrounded by woodland, just a few steps down from the Prague Observatory Tower. This restaurant offers a wide range of specialities of Czech and international origin. You can tase there the most famous and favourite traditional Czech dishes such as pork with dumplings and vegetable sauce.

This restaurant with stunning views of the city offers the possibility to stay overnights, if you would like to spend here for example a wonderful romantic dinner with your partner.

ŽofínZofin Restaurant

It is a beautiful Neo-Renaissance building set on a small island in the centre of Prague near the National Theatre. The restaurant stretches from an inside Zofin Palace to an outside area under a large permanent marquee on the grounds of the island. The marquee has been designed in the style of an orangery with live citrus fruit trees and palms. It also has a live kitchen, where chefs prepare Czech specialities in front of you, including specialities cooked on an open grill.

Spending your time in this open air restaurant is such a wonderful experience. You can enjoy your meal while looking over the River Vltava at the Art Nouveau residences on the other bank.

SlávieCafé Slavia

It is perhaps the best-known of the Prague coffee houses, it is situated on the right bank of the River Vltava beside the National Theatre. Its tradition goes back to the 19th century, since when it has been a popular meeting place for intellectuals and artists alike. Every evening is further enlivened by live piano music.

You can sit here and have a coffee with delicious dessert and refresh yourself before visiting a performance by the National Theatre. The interiors are made in the late Art Nouveau style with some facets of functionalism, the unique famous Czech architectural style.

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