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Top International Restaurants in Prague

Destination(s): Prague

A big part of the travel experience is indulging in the local cuisine. Some people plan entire holidays around a particular country's food. (Think Italy, France) We've never heard of anyone choosing to come to the Czech Republic for the fantastic food, however you should definitely experience the hearty meals for yourself. We've even got a special guide that will direct you to some of the best. But if you are a general foodie, you might be wondering what other tasty meals you can indulge in while in Prague. Here we've put together our recommendations for the best international restaurants in Prague. In each category we've listed two; one for those looking to splurge and the second option for those on a budget. read more about Top International Restaurants in Prague

Allegro at the Four Seasons

Allegro at the Four Seasons

  • Veleslavínova 2a/1098
  • Four Seasons Hotel Prague
  • tel:420 221 427 000
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  • Prague, 110 00

Simple but refined, award winning Italian food is what you'll find at the Four Seasons signature restaurant, Allegro. Chef Andrea Accordi beautifully blends Italian and Mediterranean cuisines and puts his own delicious spin on Bohemian specialties. Allegro also offers a rotating foodie special event calendar, featuring creative delicacies based on the season.

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Pizzeria Kmotra

Pizzeria Kmotra

  • V jirchářích 12
  • tel:+420 224 934 100
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  • Prague, 110 00

Even with the plethora of pizza places now in town; Kmotra is still the joint that locals seek out. Their fantastic wood-fired pizzas, huge pasta selection (homemade) and a decent wine list make it a safe bet for a variety of eaters. They offer a non-smoking room, plus a big TV for the sports set. The Letn Romance is a fresh pie with olive oil and both fresh and sundried tomatoes. Or perhaps a nice spaghetti tossed with seafood and tomatoes is more for you? read more about Pizzeria Kmotra

La Degustation

La Degustation

The pricey dining experience that can be had at La Degustation is worth every koruna. Three different seven-course wine and meal choices are offered on a rotating basis: modern European cooking is experienced via the Boheme Bourgoisie menu; smaller appetites will appreciate the Boheme Continentale selection of smaller, simpler dishes and finally old Czech cooking is energized on the Boheme Traditionnelle menu. A thoroughly delicious evening of discovery.

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Klub Architektu

Klub Architektu

  • Betlémské náměstí 5a
  • tel:420 2 2440 1214
  • Prague, 110 00
Amigos

Amigos

  • Anny Letenske 16/916
  • tel:+420 222 250 594
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  • Prague, 12000

You are in central Europe, far, far from the spice and fieriness of good Mexican cooking. Amigos is a laid back place with a massive menu, doing a better than average job when it comes to cooking up burritos, enchiladas, fajitas and other typical Mexican specialties. The good prices (compared to other Mexican restaurants in town) and the very nice summer garden out back make it a good stop if a salsa craving hits. There are a variety of other cuisines on offer, like steak, salads and seafood. read more about Amigos

Cantina

Cantina

  • Újezd 38
  • tel:420 2 5731 7173
  • Prague, 118 00
Jama

Jama

Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe

The burgers and music of Hard Rock Cafe lives on in Prague; in a stunningly refurbished building. Claiming to be the largest Hard Rock in Europe; the tunes, food and merchandise are all here. Don't forget to look up and check out the massive crystal guitar. They also have a great night scene. read more about Hard Rock Cafe

Beas Vegetarian Dhaba

Beas Vegetarian Dhaba

The word "dhaba" refers to a small local restaurant along a highway in India. They are usually in gas stations and open 24 hours a day. Sometimes they even have places for a quick nap. Beas Vegetarian Dhaba, located about 100m off Old Town Square, doesn't offer naptime but it does offer cheap and tasty Northern Indian cuisine. It has a small set menu but the best value changes daily. You can choose the "Male" (small) or "Velke" (big) menu. Cafeteria-style, your Czech order-taker will take a big stainless steal platter and spoon several of the day's specials into the individual compartments. For about $4 you can have a fresh, flavorful, and very velke lunch. You'll find pitchers of free water on each table but if you want something a bit more authentic to drink with your meal, a lassi (Indian yogurt drink) will only cost you an extra $0.50. read more about Beas Vegetarian Dhaba

Lehká Hlava

Lehká Hlava

Keep a clear head, a full belly and a healthy outlook on life with a meal at Lehk Hlava (which means clear head). This vegetarian restaurant has quickly become popular amongst herbivores and carnivores alike, thanks to the variety of menu options, fresh ingredients and creative cooking. The menu ranges from pastas to quesadillas to curry; especially notable is the burrito and the pasta with smoked tofu. Reservations recommended. read more about Lehk Hlava

Celeste

Celeste

  • Rašínovo nábřeží 80
  • tel:+420 221 984 160
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  • Prague

For one of the most elegant dinners in Prague head way up the infamous "Dancing Building" in Prague 2 to Celeste. The staff at this French restaurant usually performs well; serving up modern and creative cuisine with an emphasis on freshness. The contemporary interior is a nice backdrop to the beautiful views. An excellent wine list and summer terrace are just two more reasons to visit. read more about Celeste

Chez Marcel

Chez Marcel

  • Hastalska 12
  • tel:420 2 2231 5676
  • Prague, 110 00