Food & Drink in Prague

IF Cafe

  • Belgická 30, 120 00 Praha 2

IF Cafe

  • Belgická 30, 120 00 Praha 2

Possibly the best cakes in Prague. Cappuccino / Espesso are also faultless. I also tried the Croissant with cream, and it's definitely the best croissant in Prague. keep your eye on this page because I will be trying ALL cakes from IF (Iveta Fabešová)

Globe Bookstrore & Cafe

  • Pštrossova 6, Prague 1, 110 00

Globe Bookstrore & Cafe

  • Pštrossova 6, Prague 1, 110 00

This is THE BEST place I know for weekend brunch. American style food cooked to perfection, I always take my guests here on a weekend. Pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage... I have tried them all and still I look forward to my next visit.

Kolkovna Olympia

  • Vítězná 7, Praha 1, 110 00

Kolkovna Olympia

  • Vítězná 7, Praha 1, 110 00

I have been visiting this place regularly. It is usually excellent, whatever I have. Their Zelnečka (Cabbage Soup) in bread is exceptional, but I also like to go here when I want a salad. Also, with it being a Pilsner pub, you'll always get great beer

Cafe Slavia

  • Smetana Embankment 1012/2, Praha 1, 110 00

Cafe Slavia

  • Smetana Embankment 1012/2, Praha 1, 110 00

Historic Cafe Slavia is another highlight and one I always squeeze into my 'hit-list' for visitors... Even if just for fine coffee and cake at night with the piano playing. Slavia is opposite the National Theatre, Also, my favourite Tiramissu in Prague.

Lokál Inn

  • Míšenská 66/12, 118 00 Praha 1

Lokál Inn

  • Míšenská 66/12, 118 00 Praha 1

There are four LOKAL restaurants in Prague. The two most known are on Dlouha street and Charles Bridge. I prefer taking my guests to the Charles Bridge LOKAL because it is cave-like in its construction - I like to make people "WOW!"

Kolonial Pub

  • Široká 25/6, 110 00 Praha

Kolonial Pub

  • Široká 25/6, 110 00 Praha

Amazing koleno. Probably the best I have had so far. Central Prague with fabulous themed decorations and first class food. I will send koleno-hunting tourists here.

Cafe Louvre

  • Národní 22, Prague, 110 00

Cafe Louvre

  • Národní 22, Prague, 110 00

Historic cafe in central Prague. Their svickova, is my favourite by far. Rich and creamy. I usually take tourists here for coffee and cake - also, they have a games room with excellent quality billiard tables for pool.

Things to see and do in Prague

John Lennon Wall

  • Velkopřevorské náměstí, 100 00 Praha 1

John Lennon Wall

  • Velkopřevorské náměstí, 100 00 Praha 1

The Lennon Wall or John Lennon Wall, is a wall in Prague, Czech Republic. Once a normal wall, since the 1980s it has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles' songs.Wikipedia

    National Theatre

    • Národní 2, 110 00 Praha 1

    National Theatre

    • Národní 2, 110 00 Praha 1

    Prague national Theatre

    Kampa Island

      Kampa is an island in the Vltava river in central Prague on the side of Malá Strana. Charles Bridge crosses its northern tip and is connected to the island by the street Ulice na Kampě.

        Prague Glow Golf

        • Opatovická 18, Praha 1

        Prague Glow Golf

        • Opatovická 18, Praha 1

        Hard to find, but worth the effort.

        Prague Castle - St Vitus Cathedral Tower

        • 119 08 Prague 1

        Also referred to as 'Great South Tower', this is 5 euros well spent. Incredible view overlooking the whole of Prague from the Heart of Prague. Hope the weather is nice and clear for you.

        Clementinum Library

        Clementinum Library

        • Mariánské náměstí 5, 110 00 Praha 1

        Clementinum Library

        • Mariánské náměstí 5, 110 00 Praha 1

        try to book a guided tour at the Clementine. Tours start from 10am. Easy to find - at the start of Charles Bridge, Old Town

        “Idiom” sculpture - Prague Municipal Library

        “Idiom” sculpture - Prague Municipal Library

        • Mariánské náměstí 1/98, Praha 1

        “Idiom” sculpture - Prague Municipal Library

        • Mariánské náměstí 1/98, Praha 1

        Artist Matej Kren’s “Idiom” sculpture welcomes visitors at the Prague Municipal Library’s entrance. It was created using stacked books and mirrors to give the illusion of being a bottomless wormhole.