Best restaurants in Prague » historic
An epic history has left Prague with some fascinating architectural features, many of which have been transformed into fine restaurants. The city boasts a labyrinth of
cellar restaurants and a few beautiful
ballroom restaurants with crystal chandeliers - more info
|Address: Municipal House, Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1|
Francouzska Restaurant is set inside the stunning Municipal House. It is known as the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in Europe. Experience early 20th century finesse; gold and crystal chandeliers hang majestically above tables dressed with white tablecloths, polished silverware and sparkling glasses.
|Address: Maltezske namesti 11, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Step into a beautiful 16th century building in the Lesser Town (Mala Strana) and experience some of the finest dining that Prague has to offer. One of Prague’s best French restaurants, U Maliru excels at every level. Choose from duck, game, beef, lamb, seafood and much more, along with an extensive range of fine wines.
|Address: Wenceslas Square 26, New Town, Prague 1|
Triton in Wenceslas Square is Prague's première Art Nouveau restaurant, with a unique interior designed to resemble a stalactite cave. Triton first opened in 1912 and has managed to preserve its individual style ever since. Ideal for a romantic meal or for groups looking to spend a pleasant, relaxed evening in the company of friends.
|Address: Old Town Square 20, Old Town, Prague 1|
Bily Konicek is located in the 12th century medieval cellars of one of the oldest houses on the Old Town Square. The restaurant has modern furnishings, with an emphasis on glass and dark woods; creatively blended into alcoves and open spaces. Bily Konicek is for all occasions, from romantic meals to large parties. Live bands play Latin to Jazz & Blues music.
|Address: Valdstejnska 14, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Hidden from view in the side roads of the Lesser Town (Mala Strana), Palffy Palace is one of Prague's best kept secrets. A series of Baroque palaces are nestled below Prague Castle's imposing walls and Palffy Palace makes its home in one of them. Enjoy a romantic atmosphere, excellent European cuisine, impeccable service and a fine selection of wines.
|Address: Old Town Square 22, Old Town, Prague 1|
Elegant Café Mozart in Prague is in a prime location overlooking the Old Town Square. During the day, choose from a delightful selection of cakes and coffee. During the evening, Café Mozart hosts 'Dinner & Mozart' and 'Dinner & Jazz' nights, which combine a live concert with a delicious meal.
|Adults: 990czk Students: 990czk Children: 590czk|
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: V Kolkovne 8, Old Town, Prague 1|
Set in a quaint location in the Old Town in Prague, Kolkovna serves good honest Czech food and beers, in a historical pub style restaurant. Kolkovna is decorated with historical photos and artefacts traditionally used in beer brewing. Food and drinks are inexpensive and well presented. Suitable for private and business occasions, and parties of all sizes.
|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.
|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.
|Corto Pizza & Pasta Restaurant||
|Address: Havelska 15, Old Town, Prague 1|
Corto is a family run pizza and pasta restaurant located between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square, just two minutes walk from either.
It is the oldest Italian restaurant in the city centre, and is set in a charming 14th century building. Corto is suitable for couples, groups of friends and families, hen nights, stag parties and student groups.