|Municipal House Restaurant (Restaurace Obecní dům) is the premier place to dine at Municipal House. It is known as the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in Europe, which is hard to disagree with.|
Diners are transported back in time to experience early 20th century finesse. Large crystal and gold chandeliers hang majestically from the ceiling. Gleaming silverware and sparkling glasses adorn the tables, and flowers infuse a fresh, airy ambience.
Well presented waiters meanwhile attend competently to their guests.
This elegant dining establishment (formerly Francouzska Restaurant) serves some of the finest modern Czech cuisine in the city.
A well-balanced menu presents re-imagined traditional Czech dishes enhanced with elements of classic French cooking. Local ingredients are employed with relish.
For drinks, Municipal House Restaurant offers diners the opportunity to sample first-class local wines, as well as good international bottles.
Alternatively, this is the land of the Pilsner, and a cool, wonderfully refreshing Czech beer will go well with most menu choices.
For entertainment, there is live jazz and swing on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Municipal House has huge windows running along one side, looking out on to Republic Square. In fact, it is the most significant building on the square. The Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square are both just a few minutes walk away.
Municipal House Restaurant is highly recommended for fine dining in impressive surroundings. You may find a very special experience awaits you.
For a cheaper alternative, Municipal House also has a traditional Czech beer hall restaurant, Plzenska Restaurant.
The grandest concert hall in Prague, the Smetana Hall, is located inside Municipal House, which makes the restaurant ideal for a pre or post-theatre meal. For listings and to book tickets: Prague concerts.