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Campanulla Café Restaurant       Recommended

An Oasis in the middle of Prague. Located next to the Kampa Island in the Lesser Quarter, the Campanullar is set in the beautiful garden of The Grand Priory of Bohemia Palace, whose history goes back centuries. A very large tree in the grounds is 700 years old.

Bordered by the Lennon Wall, it is the most peaceful setting to take a break from your sightseeing. A good variety of meals and a daily menu.

Address: Velkoprevorske nameste 4, Prague 1 Mala Strana.

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Restaurant Apetit Dlouha       Recommended

Not far from the Old Town Square this basement restaurant offers good food with friendly service.

The salmon dish on the daily menu is one of our favourites!

Address: Dlouha 23 Prague 1 - Old Town."

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Remember       Recommended

We just love Remember - great Asian food. A small restaurant that is very popular, especially with the lunchtime trade. It offers Asian as well as Vietnamese dishes but the best in our opinion are the 'Bun Bo Nam Bo' and 'Pho Bo'.

Address: Biskupska 5, Prague 1.

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Maitrea       Highly Recommended

A vegetarian restaurant over 2 floors and 90 seats and interior in the style of feng shui. Inside there are two fountains, a fireplace and a retreat with a Buddha - Excellent food.

Even if you wouldn't normally eat vegetarian food you should give this one a try. And if you like chocolate...just try the Aztec hot chocolate with chilli and walnuts!

Best tables are downstairs - but no mobile phone reception!

Beas Dhaba

Address: Tynska Ulicka 6, Praha 1, near the Old Town Square.

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Restaurant Mozaika       Highly Recommended

"This newly renovated Vinohrady eatery is located just steps away from the Jiriho z Podebrad subway station. Although, the menu changes seasonally, expect a contemporary take on international cuisine. The Chef Petr Tyrichtr focuses on bringing superior quality to traditional-with-a-twist dishes from all over the world. The minimalist design is a calming palette of earth tones which adds to the ambiance".
Try their's like no other you will have ever tasted!

Address: Nitranska 985/13 Prague 3.

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