Best Restaurants in Prague

Dessert at Zvonice in Prague
Dessert at Zvonice

Prague has no shortage of good places to eat. Whether you’re looking for authentic Czech food or French fine dining, you can find it in the city.

Prague’s food scene has come a long way in recent years, and there is a lot on offer for all palates and budgets.

To help you find good places to eat while you’re in town, below is my list of the best restaurants in Prague.

Alcron
Address: Stepanska 624/40, 110 00 Prague 1
Metro: Muzeum

Michelin-starred and headed by a Czech chef, this restaurant in the Radisson Blu hotel in Prague is one of the city’s best. The food is excellent, and the Art Deco interior lends a great ambiance.

La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise
Address: Hastalska 753/18, 110 00, Prague 1
Metro: Namesti Republiky

Prague’s other Michelin-starred restaurant is chef Oldrich Sahajdak’s La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise. With a focus on high-quality seasonal produce, the restaurant serves great dishes inspired by traditional Czech recipes.

Celeste
Address: Rasinovo Nabrezi 80, 120 00, Prague 2
Metro: Karlovo Namesti

Located on the seventh floor of Frank Gehry’s “Ginger and Fred Building”, Celeste restaurant offers both a la carte menus and tasting menus. The dining room has great views of Castle Hill, too. If you’re in the mood to splurge, this is the place to do it.

Zvonice
Address: Jindrisska Vez, 110 00 Prague 1
Metro: Hlavni Nadrazi

Zvonice is located in the Jindrisska Tower in Prague. It has an intimate dining room with a historic atmosphere, and the menu features great traditional Czech cuisine.

Hospoda U Novaka
Address: V Jircharich 2, 110 00, Prague 1
Metro: Mustek

Hospoda U Novaka serves great authentic Czech food in the heart of the New Town. There’s no English on the restaurant’s menu, but you can ask your server for translation. If you’re looking for an authentic atmosphere, hearty food, and good beer, this is a great choice.

Budvar Bar
Address: Na Perstyne 7, 110 00, Prague 1
Metro: Mustek

The Budvar Bar is a large beer hall with hearty Czech food and, of course, Budvar beer. You can stop by for dinner or just for drinks. With its long communal tables, the Budvar Bar is great for groups.