Eating in Prague

Eating in Prague can be difficult. There are so many places to choose from with traditional Czech dishes, but the closer you get to the Old Town Square, the more expensive it can become (but at least the beer is pretty cheap!). Here are a couple of suggestions from Incantato Tours.

If you do not mind spending the money, I can suggest Restaurace U Supa, quite near the Old Town Square. It is just one of many traditional restaurants in the old town of Prague. It has a great outside cafe area right on the pedestrian street Celetna, and on a warm day, you can watch the people walk by and take in the old buildings around you. Here was the view from my table.

The menu offers a variety of food, with a large section of traditional Czech dishes, as well as pasta dishes and great appetizers for beer drinking :)

I ordered a Caprese Salad and a Pilsner Urquell (the main beer brewed in the Czech Republic - it is like Guinness to the Irish), and had quite a nice lunch, but be prepared to spend about $15-$25 per person.

Keep in mind that there are cheaper places to go for lunch, such as Paneria, where you can get many different kinds of baguettes, paninis, salads, etc. for a very good price. A meal will cost you about 150-200 Czech Crowns (less than $10).

Happy Eating!