Best restaurants in Prague » Wheelchair Users:
Wheelchair users in Prague can dine in most restaurants. Choose one overlooking the river or a famous square, on the rooftops, or a beautiful cellar restaurant; many accessible by lift. A word of caution though, disabled toilets are almost non-existent - more info
|Address: Na Kampe 8b, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Kampa Park Restaurant, one of Prague's finest restaurants, is set in an exclusive location beside the river on Kampa Island, right next to Charles Bridge. Kampa Park offers flamboyantly presented international fare, including a superb selection of fresh seafood, classic Czech wild game dishes and innovative meat selections.
|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: Dancing House, Jiraskovo namesti 6, New Town, Prague 2|
Set on the top floor of the famous Dancing House, Ginger & Fred is a stylish, air-conditioned restaurant with a delightful menu and magnificent views over Prague. Prague Castle, the Vltava River and Charles Bridge all lie before you in panoramic splendour. In the summer, guests can dine on the rooftop terrace.
|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.
|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: Liliova 1, Betlemske namesti, Old Town, Prague 1|
One of the Old Town's hidden secrets. Set on a charming little square in the Old Town, the elegant V Zatisi Restaurant offers fine dining and a superb range of accompanying wines. While standards of service are amongst the best in Prague, diners will still feel relaxed. And full of anticipation.
|Address: Kozi 5, Old Town, Prague 1|
Chagall's Restaurant in Prague, set in the heart of the Old Town, is a modern, relaxed eatery with plenty of style and sophistication. The restaurant is that ideal combination of a fine historic building renovated with the latest design techniques. It serves a first–class international menu at reasonable prices, and there is also al-fresco dining in the summer.
|Address: Wenceslas Square 21, New Town, Prague 1|
Duplex boasts a terrific position atop a high building in Wenceslas Square. The restaurant is open all day, and makes for an impressive destination for a meal. Then, from 10pm it's all change, as Duplex transforms into Prague’s most exclusive club, with lounge style seating and some of the city's best DJ's. Outdoor terraces afford guests fantastic views over Prague.
|Address: Wenceslas Square 45, New Town, Prague 1|
COMO is located right on Wenceslas Square and is a great restaurant for all occasions. It is set in a classic Arte Deco building with stunning décor and serves Mediterranean and Czech cuisine at reasonable prices. While ideal for romantic dining, it is also a good restaurant for groups, from corporate entertaining to stag parties and hen nights.
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: 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.
|Made in Japan Sushi Restaurant||
|Address: Rytirska 10, Old Town, Prague 1|
As the main Japanese sushi restaurant in Prague's city centre, Made in Japan is set in an ideal location between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square.
Made in Japan boasts an extensive menu, featuring sushi, sashimi, noodles, dumplings, tempura, grilled fish, fried meats and much more.
|Address: Na Bojisti 12-14, Vinohrady, Prague 2|
If you haven't been to U Kalicha, you haven't been to Prague is the saying. We tend to agree! U Kalicha has all the elements necessary for a traditional Czech pub restaurant: hearty and plentiful Czech food; large, frothy ice-cold beers; and traditional Czech music.
An accordion and tuba duo play live every night.
|Address: Dlouha 4, Old Town, Prague 1|
Staromacek is a traditional Czech restaurant with a pleasant ambience just off the Old Town Square. It is furnished in a typical Czech style and waiters are dressed in traditional costume. The menu features Bohemian cooking with dishes based around pork, venison, chicken and sausage, as well as local river fish.