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The Czech cuisine is rich in fats and nutrients, and is very filling. The most popular dishes include knödels—bread dumplings with gravy, and pork knuckle, better known by locals as pečené vepřové koleno or boar knee. Prague also has Belgian, Mediterranean, and Indian restaurants, as well as mind-blowing desserts and pastries.
MALOSTRANSKÁ BESEDArestaurace
1
This is a Czech restaurant in Malostranska Square. The restaurant entrance is on the left, and the café entrance is on the right, for those who wish to just sit down and relax with a cup of tea or a glass of beer. This is a popular spot, so it’s best to reserve a table in advance for weekend evenings.
Malostranské náměstí, 35/21Malá Strana, Praha 1, Praha
Bondkavárna
7
This is a small café with a warm vibe, decorated in the style of Bond movies. It offers hearty breakfasts and excellent coffee.
Štupartská, 745/9Staré Město, Praha 1, Praha
La Verandarestaurace
8
This restaurant offers signature Mediterranean cuisine near the Staromestska Square. It also has an extensive wine menu.
Elišky Krásnohorské, 2/10Josefov, Praha 1, Praha
Bílá Krávarestaurace
52
This restaurant boasts perfect steaks made of French beef, and a good wine selection, including Czech wines. Tables need to be reserved.
Rubešova, 83/10Vinohrady, Praha 2, Praha
Café Louvrerestaurace
271
This historic place was visited by Chapek, Einstein, and Kafka. It is divided in two sections: a café and a restaurant. There is often a line to enter.
Národní, 1987/22Nové Město, Praha 1, Praha