Best restaurants in Prague » Family Friendly Restaurants
While most restaurants in Prague welcome children, here we list the most family friendly, including our favourite, Vytopna, which has a miniature railway. And while kids' menus are rare, waiters will happily suggest suitable dishes or offer half portions - more info
|Vytopna Railway Restaurant||
|Address: Wenceslas Square 56, New Town, Prague 1|
Vytopna at Wenceslas Square offers good food and drinks at good prices. But its unique attraction is a 400m miniature railway, with trains delivering drinks to your table in their wagons. Vytopna is probably the best restaurant in Prague to take children to, but don't let this put others off. The miniature railway will fascinate most people.
|U Ceskych Panu Medieval Restaurant||
|Address: Skolska 38, New Town, Prague 1|
Enjoy a wide choice of Czech & European cuisine in the Gothic cellars of this restored medieval style restaurant. For good quality, well presented food served in interesting surroundings, U Ceskych Panu is for us the best value restaurant in Prague. Great for individuals and for groups. Larger parties can book medieval entertainment and folk nights.
|Sherwood Restaurant & Bar||
|Address: Opletalova 19, New Town, Prague 1|
Sherwood is one of Prague's hidden gems, serving gourmet cuisine and fine drinks at budget prices, close to Wenceslas Square. Sherwood is a modern establishment with a friendly ambience. Delicious Czech and International food are complimented by good beers, wines, spirits and cocktails. A projection screen and TV's show live sports and music videos.
The Medieval Tavern is a historic restaurant in the Old Town. It lays on the finest medieval feast in Prague with entertainment, hearty food and drinks included. Swordsmen, jugglers, dancers and musicians perform.
Duration: 2½-3 hours. Operates all year.
|Adults: 990czk Students: 990czk Children: 750czk|
|Address: Petrinske sady 411, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Nebozizek Restaurant sits on the side of Petrin hill, overlooking the whole of Prague. Catch the funicular railway up from Prague centre and as dusk descends into night, you will be rewarded with stunning views of the city lighting up, and an eye-level view of magnificent Prague Castle. Live piano most nights.
|Address: Maltezske namesti 10, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Konirna is a mix of modern and traditional Czech, in cuisine and appearance. The restaurant is set on a charming small square in the Lesser Town area of Prague, near Charles Bridge. This tranquil location has a real old world atmosphere. Good, reasonably priced food served by friendly staff.
|Address: U Prasneho mostu 6, Castle District, Prague 1|
Set in the Royal Gardens at the back of Prague Castle, Lvi Dvur brings 16th century Rudolfine Prague alive. This historic restaurant offers a warm, convivial atmosphere, and has a terrace at the rear overlooking Prague Castle. Czech and International cuisine is on the menu. Combine Lvi Dvur with a trip to Prague Castle, or if you fancy a trip on a tram one evening.
|Address: Tyn 6, Old Town, Prague 1|
For the finest Indian food in Prague, look no further. Indian Jewel offers an authentic flavour of India in the heart of the Old Town. The welcome from the staff is warm, and the food is fresh and well prepared and presented. Suitable for business dinners, stag and hen parties, family gatherings or for a meal for two.
|Address: Wenceslas Square 11, New Town, Prague 1|
KOBE is Prague's premier steakhouse, offering a mouth-watering assortment of prime beef, lamb and fish in its modern, comfortable restaurant on Wenceslas Square. The ambience combined with fine cuisine, good wines, beers and cocktails ensures it has wide appeal; for couples, businesses, stag parties, hen nights and families. Live Latin Jazz at weekends.
For information on fun for children in Prague: Children's activities in Prague.