The magical Czech capital has now become populated with a sophisticated crowd and an outbreak of nouvelle cuisine across the city. These days you can find some of the most forward thinking restaurants in a melting pot of innovation and tradition.
1. Relax by the Vltava River – Sit by the river just down from the Charles Bridge and enjoy the seafood experience of the newly renovated eatery, Kampa Park. This restaurant is a favourite amongst celebrities and it’s easy to see why, with its world-class service and dining. The menu includes gourmet dishes such as vanilla butter poached lobster and saddle of reindeer with pumpkin soufflé. What could be better than eating by the riverside on a sunny summer’s day in Prague?
2. Exclusive dining in the heart of city – Prague is now becoming one of the top European destinations for its cuisine and dining experiences. ‘Duplex’ is one of the great examples of luxury cuisine in Prague, designed as a huge glass cube on the 6th floor in Wenceslas square. Expertly prepared Mediterranean cuisine can be enjoyed whilst also revelling in the splendid views from the terrace. Duplex is a sophisticated establishment with a twist, it’s also one of the world’s finest clubs. A perfect venue for a special occasion especially for groups where after dining you can drink and dance the night away.
3. Experience culinary refinement – Bellevue is considered by many food critics to be one of Prague’s premier eating establishments. Inside this castle-like building you’ll find a blend of crisp, modern and contemporary settings. Bellevue offers an exquisite menu packed full of international cuisine including dishes such as grilled monkfish, crispy roasted duck and veal loins with a truffle crust. In the summer you can enjoy al fresco dining on the terrace which has superb views of the Charles Bridge and the Prague castle. Oh and don’t forget to try the impressive Czech wine list available!
4. Eat in panoramic splendour – Celeste is one of Prague’s most talked about restaurants thanks to the culinary creations from their French head chef. Here you’ll be able to experience elegant French cuisine surrounded by some of the best views in Prague. Highlights on the menu here are the fabulously prepared fish dishes such as Dover sole and pan-seared Atlantic scallops.
5. Intimate dining – Can be found at the Triton restaurant, one of Prague’s most unusual establishments. Described by many as Prague’s premiere art-nouveau restaurant, you’ll find yourself in awe of this beautifully intimate location set inside a cave complete with stalactites in the heart of the capital. The menu is a mixture of Czech dishes with international touches such as Prague goulash, roast squab in flaky pastry and Czech style Italian noodles with chicken, apple and almonds. A venue ideal for a romantic occasion.