Prague - Czech Republic Restaurants
Říčky v Orlických horách 21, Rokytnice v Orlických horách, 51761
Narodni 22, Prague, 11000
A spacious interior within a century-old building on National Avenue was among first coffee houses denoting modern age. Named Louvre, the place is a popular destination for everyone who has a liking for the aromatic ambience of a typical coffee lounge. The reasons are obvious. The depth of the room, a row of high windows, stucco decorations, all those are attributes typical for a coffee parlor in the traditional sense, or rather classical - to the Parisian style.
Trziste 21, Prague, 11800
Restaurant David is best known for its quiet and upscale atmosphere. The lovely interior is styled with antique furniture and Michal Halva originals on the walls. Recorded classical music is played. The capacity of fourty seats is divided into two rooms, and in the summer it is possible to sit outside.
Male namesti 3, Prague, 11000
With the centuries of tradition of our architectural surroundings well in mind, we devote ourselves to the careful preparation of old Czech specialties according to authentic recipes, which can be enjoyed in original Romanesque or Gothic cellars or the “Peasants’ Hall” with its traditional decoration, all to the sounds of equally authentic Czech folk songs and dances.
Nerudova 40, Prague, 11800
While in Prague be sure to stop by Cowboys Steaks & Coctails. Undertake the trouble of walking up several stairs to dine at the restaurants garden terraces and you will not be disapointed. It is here high above your head where you will see the spires of St. Vitus Cathedral and the ramparts along palace buildings. The interior built of american tradition unfolds before you eyes when you first enter the place. Beef Entrecote steak, "Cowboys" sirloin burger prepared on lava stone, or a whole Sea Bass, these are just a few of the star items on the menu. With ...
Na Kampe 8b, Prague, 11800
Situated in one of the Old Town nooks in Prague you will find Kampa Park, a clear design reflective structure with a non-traditional look. Dine on the lower terrace and stretch your leg over the edge of the deck and bathe your toe will enjoying tasty viands of magnificently prepared fish. Kampa Park offers a rich selection of fish specialties like, Scallops sashimi with ponzu sauce, enoki mushrooms and hot sesame or hazel-nut oil, Bouillabaisse with saffron aioli, roasted Turbot with boletus, gourd fondant, bean ragout and chicken jus with capers. To dine in Prague and not stop by Kampa ...