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Hillbilly
It's all about burgers at Hillbilly, one of the newest additions to the city's ultra-hip Holesovice neighbourhood dining scene. Make sure to pair your Chill-billy, Dirty Sanchez or Roquefort Johny burger with a side order of Hell fries or Hillbilly coleslaw. The kitchen also does a mean pulled-pork sandwich.        

Address: 21 Pplk. Sochora | Telephone: 420 774 156 735 |

Alforno Focacceria Italian
Family-friendly with a warm, cosy dining room, Alforno feels like a slice of Italy nestled in the heart of Prague. In addition to pasta, fish and meat-based dishes, the menu also offers a lengthy pizza list, including the metre-long 'Alforno' special, topped to suit your personal tastes.  

Address: 4 Petrske namesti | Telephone: 420 222 316 011 |

Spejle
Spejle is a cross between a bistro and tapas bar. This casual dinning venue with a slight industrial feel has a simple concept: pick from a wide arrangement of finger foods, including open-faced sandwiches (a Czech staple) to various sweet desserts. Each canape costs 29 CZK or just over a euro.   

Address: 16 Jindrisska | Telephone: 420 606 773 553 |

Pavilon Grebovka
One of the city's best BBQs can be found in the middle of the park Havlickovy sady. Pavilon Grebovka offers an expansive outdoor seating area where you can enjoy grilled burgers, tiger prawns, pepper sausage, ribs and chicken. The park's homegrown wines are also on the menu. The garden fills up quickly most evenings.   

Address: 2188 Havlickovy sady | Telephone: 420 725 000 334 |

Kolkovna Savarin
Situated in the Savarin Palace right off the centre's busiest high street, this is arguably one of the Pilsner Urquell restaurant chain's best locations, especially during the summer months when you can enjoy your meal in the secluded courtyard. Typical pub fare: beef goulash, duck, BBQ ribs and smoked sausages.

Address: 10 Na Prikope | Telephone: 420 277 008 880 |

Arepas De Lyna
This small, family-friendly bistro along one of the Vinohrady district's main boulevards has become a welcome addition to the neighbourhood's vibrant restaurant scene since opening at the beginning of the year. The limited menu includes Venezuelan specialties like empanadas and, of course, arepas, which can be ordered with or without meat.

Address: 83 Korunni | Telephone: 420 777 772 398 |

U Stare Posty
U Stare Posty (At the Old Post Office), is one of the last traditional pubs in the city centre, where most of the clientele are locals who come for the daily lunch specials and cheap draught beer. This no-thrills spot offers Czech staples like goulash, roasted duck leg and smoked pork knee.  http://u-stare-posty.wz.cz/

Address: 6, María Muñoz | Telephone: 94 415 08 55 |

Banh-Mi-Ba
One of the newest additions to the city's vibrant Vietnamese bistro scene, Banh-Mi-Ba's crunchy, locally sourced baguette sandwiches as well as traditional favourites like Pho Bo and Bun Cha Nuong have made it an Old Town standout. The small, sparely decorated space fills quickly during the lunch and dinner time rush.    

Address: 26 Rybna | Telephone: 420 734 487 324 |

U Kurelu
While the classic American-style burgers, barbecued quesadillas and draft beers from local microbreweries have long made this throwback corner pub a neighbourhood favourite, it's the kitchen's award-winning pulled pork that is the real standout. Originally established in 1907, U Kurelu recently underwent a thorough renovation and attracts an international crowd.   

Address: 1 Chvalova | Telephone: 420 222 722466 |

Brixton Balls
Tim Simenon and Ludek Netusil started a meatball revolution in Prague's Vinohrady district earlier this year. The operation is a simple, cafeteria-style setup where patrons can choose whether they'd like their hand-rolled balls stuffed with bacon, cheddar or a bit of spice. There is also a veggie option. 

Address: 23 Korunni | Telephone: 420 776 602 306 |


Il Fornaio brings a slice of Sicilian authenticity to Prague that few others has been able to replicate. Whether you want a snack or a simple sit-down meal, the bistro's fluffy focaccia breads, pizzas and pastas are divine. But the real standout is the arancini, stuffed rice balls coated in bread crumbs.  

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Affordable Restaurants

K The Two Brothers
From its ornate furnishings to its authentic, exquisitely presented dishes, K has long been hailed as the city's go-to spot for Indian cuisine, a perfect setting for family meals, business lunches as well as romantic date nights. The traditional menu offering is sure to delight both meat-eaters and veggie devotees.     

Address: 12 Petrska | Telephone: 420 607 800 461 |

Zelena Zahrada
This Asian fusion spot has long been a favourite of Czech celebrities who come not only for kitchen's unique blend of Mediterranean and Chinese cuisine but also to enjoy a meal in the expansive courtyard garden, which has its own koi pond. Standouts include the black risotto with grilled octopus and spring rolls.   

Address: 12 Smilovskeho | Telephone: 420 222 518 159 |

Nebozizek
Perched halfway up Petrin Hill, Nebozizek offers sweeping views of the city from its summer terrace, a romantic setting for an evening out or a quiet spot to rest with a cup of coffee or glass of wine while hiking through the park. The menu ranges from salads and pasta to steak, duck and fish.

Address: 411 Petrinske sady | Telephone: 420 257 315 329 |

Eska
Eska, Ambiente Group's industrial chic bakery-cum-restaurant in the city's trendy Karlin district, has made it onto Michelin's Bib Gourmands list. This spot fuses traditional meat-based Czech dishes, like sausages, grilled trout and farmer's chicken with creative vegetable side dishes and delicious wood-fired oven bread.        

Address: 49 Pernerova | Telephone: 420 731 140 884 |

Suteren
This classy riverfront eatery accents its brick-walled and wooden-floored dining room with whimsical modern art touches and a gigantic aquarium. The reasonably priced menu options range from pan-seared tiger prawns and crispy duck with apple cabbage to grilled goat cheese salad, spring rolls and foie gras.

Address: 26 Masarykovo nabrezi | Telephone: 420 224 933 657 |

Podolka Karlin
Podolka gives off a casual, small-town neighbourhood vibe with its homey wood-and-brick interiors, popular downstairs kid's corner and attentive, friendly staff. The cuisine ranges from traditional burger, steak and pizza options to inventive veggie, raw and gluten-free creations like chickpea goulash and avocado creme brulee. Tables fill quickly most evenings.   

Address: 34 Saldova | Telephone: 420 222 325 307 |

Divinis
Celebrity chef Zdenek Pohlreich's celebrated Italian restaurant in the heart of Old Town offers a air of whimsical cosiness along with a finely curated fish-and-meat selection a la grilled octopus, roe deer saddle and Iberian pork chops. The wine collection is also a big draw, pulled from a wide range of Italian growers.  

Address: 21 Tynska | Telephone: 420 222 325 440 |

Obcanska plovarna
Housed in what used to be a 19th-century swimming pool complex along the Vltava River, Obcanska plovarna offers a grand setting for all kinds of dining occasions, whether its a casual lunch break or a romantic date night. The menu is classic Thai. The curry and noodle creations are fan favourites.  

Address: 8 U Plovarny | Telephone: 420 257 531 451 |

Papi Oliver
The legacy of French Michelin star chef Raymond Oliver lives on at this cosy, wood-furnished restaurant helmed by his grandson, Gregory, on the left bank of the Vltava. The menu changes fairly regularly and is sourced by fresh, locally sourced ingredients, like apple blood sausages, cod fish with lemon butter, fois gras and stuffed mushrooms. 

Address: 5 Elisky Peskove | Telephone: 420 777 550 005 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Portfolio
An intimate dining spot with large glass windows and wood-accented interiors that's slightly off the beaten path, Portfolio's artfully prepared international cuisine has many foodies raving that it's the city's surprising hidden gem. The menu includes monkfish, veal fillet with dried porcini mushroom sauce and lamb chops, paired with matured wines from around the world.        

Address: 1 Havlickova | Telephone: 420 224 267 579 |

COMO Restaurant
Executive chef Dusan Mackovic unveiled a new a la carte menu at the start of the year, spicing up the fanciful Mediterranean offerings at this upscale spot along Wenceslas Square. New dishes include roasted cod fish, duck breast with vanilla parsnip puree and black risotto with calamari, prawns and scallops.   

Address: 45 Vaclavske namesti | Telephone: 420 222 247 240 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise
Executive chef Oldrich Sahajdak's decadent six- and 11-course tasting menus bring a Bohemian flair to the city's fining-dining circuit. For dinner reservations only, expect to spend at least three hours at this cosy Michelin-starred restaurant in the heart of the city's Old Town. The Czech-Mediterranean-style courses are paired with wine or juice.

Address: 18 Hastalska | Telephone: 420 222 311 234 |

Terasa u Zlaté studny
Housed in a restored 16th-century building just below the castle grounds, this elegant spot's continental cuisine, ranging from pan fried sea bass and Canadian lobster to the kitchen's signature steak, is a worthy splurge. However, it is the dining room's jaw-dropping views of Prague that will truly leave you spellbound.  

Address: 4 U Zlate studne | Telephone: 420 257 533 322 |

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