If you go to Rome you will surely eat pizza, in Paris, you will eat croissants, so if you are in Prague, you should visit Traditional Czech Restaurants. Of course, we think of Czech shank, sausages, strudel, fruit dumplings, all of this filled with a pint of excellent Czech beer.
If you want to let this magical city to take you in the fantasy world of tastes, we warmly recommended you some of the best restaurants with traditional cuisine. One important note is the fact that many of these restaurants have included vegan and vegetarian dishes in their offer.
La Degustation Boheme
La Degustation Boheme is an elite restaurant which serves best traditional Czech dishes. You could say that La Degustation Boheme is an art gallery amongst Traditional Czech Restaurants. The food is pure art. The dishes are inspired by the recipes of the Marie B. Svobodove, Czech chef from the end of XIX century.
The restaurant owns one Micheline star.
Hastalska 18 Prague 1
Bredovsky Dvur is a very popular restaurant offering a traditional Czech cuisine. We recommend ribs and duck, made according to traditional recipes. The prices are really moderate, ambient is pleasant, and with a good company, you will spend an enjoyable time in this restaurant.
Politickych veznu 13, Prague 1
Petrinske Terasy is a restaurant located on the way to the Petrin Hill. Except for the great Czech cuisine, the location guaranties a great view of the city. From the restaurant’s terrace spreads an amazing view on Prague Castle. This restaurant is a really popular party place.
Petrinske Sady 393, Prague 1
Svata Klara (Saint Caire) is an incredible Traditional Czech Restaurant which will stay forever in your memory. The whole restaurant is located below the surface, in real caves. From the first step, it will feel like you are in a fairytale. The walls are covered in velvet curtains, there is wax dripping from the candles and of course, there is a fireplace to add more to the mystic ambiance and to fill this whole picture. The food is exquisite, traditional, but rather expensive.
Trojskeho Zamku 35 (neer the entrance ZOO), Prague 7
The Plzenska is a Traditional Czech Restaurant with a proper dose of history. Decorated in the Art Nouveau style from 1912 with a pinch of kitsch, it will serve you tradition on a plate, trough the dishes from the real chefs. The Plzenska restaurant is located in the Municipal House which just emphasize the historical side of this restaurant.
Municipal House, Namesti Republiky 5, Prague 1