Old Town Prague is a cobbled maze of history and tradition. You’ll find rustic pastry sellers in the winding alleys, charming cafes spilling out onto the sidewalks, and underground bars offering a mix of local and international drinks. Amidst it all, there are delicious restaurants that are a mix of traditional and modern, bringing a new flavour to old-fashioned Czech cuisine.
1. Georges Top Steak
For a taste of Americana in Prague, head straight to George Prime Steak, a top-notch steakhouse in the heart of Prague’s Old Town. Here, you can sample high-quality beef at one of the best restaurants in the entire city. For those looking for a bit of meat, there’s a huge selection of seafood dishes, creative mains, an impressive range of California wines and handcrafted cocktails to enjoy. There are two separate restaurants so you can choose what kind of experience you want to have.
Pranezhska 111/19, 110 00 Praha 1.
2. V Zatisi
Czech and Indian cuisine may not seem like the most popular of partners, but at V Zatisi, they go together beautifully. This luxurious restaurant boasts elegant décor and sophisticated dining, with both sumptuous Czech dishes and aromatic Indian flavors. In-house chef Mahavir Kansval creates mysterious new flavors every day, creating two-dimensional dishes that are both experimental and seasonal. In this elegant and unique restaurant, you can expect exotic tastes, strong smells and a serious experience for all the senses.
Liliová 216/1, 110 00 Praha 1.
3. 3. Mlejnice
Located near the bustling Old Town Square, with its striking astronomical clock, Mlejnice offers a comfortable and stylish dining experience amidst the historic charm of the Old Town Centre. Opened back in 1999, Mlejnice has become a favorite among locals and tourists alike, offering fine Czech cuisine, as well as a mouth-watering selection of alcoholic beverages, local beers and endless Moravian wines. Tucked away in a dimly lit restaurant with heavy wooden decor, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped off the cobblestones and back in time.
Satecká 17, 110 00 Praha
This classic contemporary restaurant promises a bespoke atmosphere with intricate design and a sumptuous vegetarian menu. Plus, you can expect Eastern influences to add a spicy, exotic twist to dishes, while fresh ingredients add a seasonal flair. Whether you’re looking for a light lunchtime bite or a full evening meal, you’ll be able to sample creative dishes made for vegetarians. And the best part? The open kitchen is located in the centre of the restaurant where you can watch all the delicious dishes being prepared.
Tynská ulilka 1064/6, 110 00 Praha 1.
5. Indian gemstones
Looking for something a little different, Indian Jewel has been named one of the best Indian restaurants in all of Prague. Located in the heart of the cobbled alleyways of the Old Town, it brings to its diners the charm of India with a modern décor that is traditional to the Czech Republic. Here you can browse the packaged menu, serving the best Indian food with a modern European twist. There is an outdoor seating area where guests can enjoy Tandoori cuisine under the Czech skies.
Address: tyn 642/6, 110 00 Praha-Staré Město.
6. restaurant Ristorante Pizzeria Giovanni.
Ristorante Pizzeria Giovanni retains much of its historical charm and vintage architecture, serving authentic Italian cuisine in a rustic and welcoming environment. Located just 40 metres from the impressive Astronomical Clock, which recalls Prague’s beautiful past, it also promises its guests high quality cuisine using only the finest ingredients and lovingly prepared family recipes. Here you can enjoy pizzas made with traditional Neapolitan recipes, resilient pasta and freshly caught fish, all made with plenty of olive oil in keeping with Italian tradition.
Kolná 481/11, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město.
7. la Finestra
Exposed brick walls and an open kitchen make La Finestra a happy place to dine. This Italian restaurant creates a cozy atmosphere for guests, serving a selection of smart Italian dishes featuring organic meats from Italian, Spanish and American farms. While you wait, you can watch chef Tomas Cerny prepare your meal in the open kitchen at the centre of the restaurant and sample a glass or two of delicious wine from the ever-expanding wine cellar – in fact, La Finestra is committed to building the largest wine cellar in the Czech Republic, so you can expect a never-ending list of small local and international wines.
Pranjska 90/13, 110 00 Praha.
Free dining is the name of the game at Field, a restaurant that isn’t afraid to make things happen. Offering a curated seasonal menu, there’s something for everyone – and even better, you’ll know exactly where the ingredients for your meal are coming from. In a stylish, spacious interior filled with elegant décor, you can rest assured that your meal is delivered to your plate by the best means and methods.
U Milosrdnych 12, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město (Prague)
Located within the hotel, Coda brings an Italian charm to the historic centre of Prague’s Old Town. Designed by renowned Italian architects Rocco Magnoli and Lorenzo Carmellini, you’ll find walls adorned with works of art, sculptures in every alcove, and statues of Dali, Chagall and Picasso to name a few. Music is also a big part of Coda’s identity, with a live piano playing every night, accompanied by fresh, seasonal dishes. The menu features dishes that are succulent and prepared using the Sous Vide cooking method. In warm weather, you can head outside to the rooftop terrace, where you can enjoy beautiful views of the city.
10. Las Adelitas
Las Adelitas is a colorful, friendly restaurant serving native Mexican food for a vibrant Mexican time. The eclectic décor boasts light tones, tile surfaces and pops of color here, there and everywhere, while the menu features juicy tacos, burritos and all the other Mexican favorites. In the heart of Prague, you can sip on traditional music while sipping classic margaritas and soak up the authentic atmosphere and the rhythms of Mexican cuisine.
Malé nám. 457/13, 110 00 Praha-Staré Město.