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Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Prague is filled with restaurants, cafes and pubs. Every week, The Prague Post describes and rates dozens of restaurants. Other reviews of Prague´s bars and restaurants can be found in a guide Maurerův výběr.
Other websites, where independent reviews on Prague´s dining can be found are tripadvisor.com or scuk.cz. Scuk is only in CZ.


CAFÉS
Café Louvre – czech cousine
Café Slavia – czech cousine
Grand Café Orient
Café Lounge
Café Savoy – czech cousine
Kaaba
Cafe Standard
Café v lese
Bajkazyl
Mamacoffee Londýnská street
Kavárna pod Lipami
Q Cafe
Long Tale Café
Můj šálek kávy
Divoké matky
Mlýnská kavárna
I need Coffee
Kavárna Zanzibar
and many more....


RESTAURANTS
czech cuisine
Lokál
Čestr
Restaurace Vltava
Restaurace U Vodoucha
Pivovarský dům
Restaurace Novoměstský pivovar
Baráčnická rychta

french cuisine
Café de Paris
Mon Rouge Pif
La Gare
Les Moules
Café Amandine

italian, mediterranean cuisine
Porto Ristorante
Peperoncino
Wine Food market
Oliva restaurant
Pepe Nero
Pizza Rugantino
Aromi

asian, thai cuisine
Sichuan (good Chinese restaurant close to FAMU)
Remember
Modrý zub/ Blue Tooth
SAPA market Viet bistroi
Wasabi

vegetarian
Loving hut
Lehká hlava
Maitrea
Govinda
Mlsná Kavka
Beas Dhaba

burgers, steaks
Jáma pub
James Dean restaurant
T.G.I.Fridays
Hard Rock Café Prague
Dish Fine Burger Bistro
The Tavern
Dock House


bistros
Soup and Salad
Fish and Chips
Cafe Palanda
Bistro & Obchod No. 19
Polévkárna – only soups
Bistro 8
Lovekido
Soup in the City
Milleme

and many more....

PUBS
Atmosphere
Konvikt
Lokál
U vystřelenýho oka
U Fleků
U Medvídků
U Pinkasů
Fraktal Bar
Bar Duende
and many more....

CLUBS
Roxy
Cross Club
Palác Akropolis
Lucerna music bar
Rock Café
Jazz Dock
Chapeau rouge
Radost FX
Back Doors
Meet Factory
and many more.…


VEGETABLE AND FARMER´S MARKETS
There are several markets in Prague, where you can get fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as other products from czech farmers. Probably the best one is called Jiřák on Jiřího z Poděbrad square. More information about them and also when they take part can be found here
Fruit and vegetable market: Havelská trh street (open every day including weekends).
Products from farmer´s markets can be also bought at Český grunt shop on Národní street and in Sklizeno shop on Nuselská street.

TIPPING
In pubs, cafes and casual restaurants, Czechs usually don´t leave big tips. The custom here is to round up the bill total. If the bill is 55 CZK, you can leave 60 CZK. In nicer places or if you are satisfied with the service, it is common to leave 10 percent or at most, 15 CZK.