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U Modre Kachnicky (Blue Duckling)      Recommended

In a lovely historic interior of an old house in the Lesser Quarter you will find probably the most renowned Prague restaurant with a truly magical atmosphere of a bygone age.

U MODRE KACHNICKY specializes in delightful duck and game dishes, inspired by the finest local cuisine with a rich variety of tempting desserts. The chef Michal Vana, who has cooked for the Norwegian and Swedish kings, is well known for his love in browsing through the old cookery books, trying old forgotten meals and adjusting them according to the up-to-date culinary trends.

Among its guests have been:
Roger Federer, John Cleese, Ivana Trump, Valentino and Jean Paul Gaultier.

U Modré Kachnicky

Address: Nebovidska 6, Praha 1

Tel.: +420 257 320 308

La Casa Argentina

You will find some of the best steaks in Prague here.

A very nice themed interior with fish, birds and even iguanas! Often has live music. Just a short walk from the Old Town Square.

Well worth a visit. Although not the cheapest place in town, it is good value.

La Casa Argentina

Address: Dlouha 35/730 Praha 1, 110 00

Tel.: +420 222 311 512 / 602 360 060

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Ambiente Brazilian Restaurant

An 'as much as you can eat' meat restaurant for one fixed price.

Rodizio is the way in which Churrasco meat is served. 'Churasqueros' are both your waiters and your cooks. They walk among the tables offering cuts of meat which they have prepared themselves.

Every customer will find a paper circle on their table. Turn the green side up to send a signal to the 'churasqueros' to fill your plate. Red side up means enough "I'm full". Eat as much as you want. All starters, salads and side orders are also included in the price. Turn the circle and let the culinary show begin.

Churrasco is a method of cooking meat, especially beef, on a skewer in a special grill. Large and small pieces alike can be cooked in this way. Gauchos, South American cowboys, used to prepare meat in this manner on the pampas.

So go hungry for the day and make the most of it!

Reservations are essential.

Ambiente Brazillian Restaurant

Address: U Radnice 8/13, 110 00 Praha 1

Tel.: +420 224 234 474

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Mlynec      Recommended

One of the best restaurants in Prague with a stunning view and classy food. The chief chef Marek Purkart is one of the few Czech chefs to receive the Michelin Bibendum award.

The restaurant features continental and French cuisine at its best. Is also has a terrace with a perfect view of the Charles Bridge.

It is an affordable restaurant and is the ideal place for a nice dinner after a visit to the National Theatre or after a walk on the Charles Bridge.

Mlýnec Restaurant

Address: Novotneho Lavka 9, 110 00, Praha 1

Tel.: +420 221 082 208 / 307

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Bellevue Restaurant

Also situated near the Charles Bridge right across the road from Mlynec, Bellevue offers a more formal setting with top class food.

The cuisine is French inspired and has a very rich wine list. This restaurant has a stunning view of both the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. It also includes live music.

Bellevue Restaurant

Address: Smetanovo nabrezi 18, 110 00, Praha 1

Tel.: +420 222 221 443

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Café La Veranda

Recently opened in the Jewish Quarter right next to the Spanish Synagogue. La Veranda has a cool atmosphere and fabulous service. Food is light and tasteful and features mainly European cuisine.

It is a good place to go to after a visit to the Estates Theatre or a concert in the Rudolfinum concert hall.

Café La Veranda

Address: Elisky Krasnohorske 2/10, Praha 2

Tel.: +420 224 814 733

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Ginger & Fred - Priviously Celeste Restaurant

Dancing House is the first masterpiece of modern architecture desinged by world renowned architect in Prague since the Velvet revolution 1989. Dancing House was designed by Canadian architect Frank O'Gehry together with Vlado Milunić for Nationale Nederlanden insurance company /today ING/.

The building was designed in 1992 and completed in1996 on a vacant riverfront plot where a 19th century townhouse was destroyed during bombing of Prague in 1945. The neighbouring house was co-owned by Czech ex-president Vaclav Havel who ordered the first architectural study and supported the building.

Originally named Ginger and Fred after Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, the house resembles a pair of dancers.

Dancing House today is the home of Céleste Restaurant & Bar and modern offices. It offers breathtaking views of Prague Castle and Petrin Hill

Celeste Restaurant

Address: Tancici dum / Dancing House, Jiráskovo námestí 6, Prague, 120 00

Tel.: +420 221 98 41 60

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A new Mediterranean, Czech, Seafood, International Restaurant serving a wide selection of meats, risottos and vegetarian dishes.

Each month is a special theme menu - inspired by Italian, Spanish, French and other cuisines.

Rybi Trh Restaurant

Address: Tynsky dvur 5, 110 00, Praha 1

Tel.: +420 602 295 911

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