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Eating out

Feb 20, 2007 18:43 | Scouselad

Goin to Prague at end of April (wencselas sq area)- where would you recommend in that area – Please ALL post as many replies, so I get fair Idea, nice one!!

Feb 21, 2007 11:39 | Matej

Velryba

Opatovicka 24, Prague 1

An extremely popular eatery south of Narodni Trida with a bustling front area, a slightly more chilled out back room, and a gallery downstairs. As it tends to be rather crowded during most of the day, service can be slow, but the menu’s exotic offerings are often worth the wait. The portions are adequate, but what makes this place a real winner is its interesting selection of creative and tasty vegetarian dishes.

Jama restaurant

V Jame 7, Prague 1

Restaurace Jama offers delicious American and Tex-Mex specialties inside a fast-paced atmosphere where cool tunes and friendly service are on tap every day!

U dvou kocek

Uhelny trh 10, Prague 1

A fine typical Czech pub and restaurant, complete with old-school Czech stonefaced service that delivers beer so fast that you may find yourself gladly exceeding your limit.

The fare is hearty, typical Czech cuisine: lots of meat, thick sauces, dumplings, potatoes, and cabbage. An excellent starting point for a Prague pub crawl.

Pizza Coloseum

Vodickova 30, Prague 1 (Lucerna complex)

Pizza and pasta. A hit overall, with the rare foul thrown in. Usually crowded, but great for a pre-movie dinner. Recommended: chicken marsala, gnocchi.

Pizzeria Kmotra

V Jircharich 12, Prague 1

Large selection of vegetarian meals, large salads and more than 30 types of pizza and excellent pasta.

Restaurant U Medvidku

Na Perstyne 7, Prague 1

This place is really good value, good Czech food in a very vibrant atmosphere. Waiters running around and beers are flowing.

Restaurant Mucha

Melantrichova 5, Prague 1

The atmosphere of the restaurant will turn you back to the early 20’s of last century. Its interior is decorated with most famous posters from Alfons Mucha.

On the menu you will also find some meals that are prepared on the base of Madame Luise Papillard recipes, which was a French housekeeper of Alfons Mucha.

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