Top 10 Tips for International Food in Prague
Thanks to the international nature of its’ population, Prague has an incredible variety of global dining options. Whether you’re looking for a sit-down meal or just grabbing a quick bite, you should find something on our Top 10 list that will satisfy your hunger.
Little Mexico – Seifertova 599/93, Zizkov
Authentic Mexican street food only a 5 minute walk from Brix. Don’t get it confused with the Mexican chain-restaurant across the street! Everything is absolutely delicious so you might just have to try one of everything. The burritos and tortas are delicious, and you can choose how spicy you would like each dish.
Bibimbap Korea – Chlumova 612/1, Zizkov
Excellent friendly service and a great range of Korean dishes. Their sharers are fantastic, and enjoy the bottomless kimchi! Very highly rated and popular with Koreans living in Prague – always a good sign!
Brazileiro U Radnice – U Radnice 13/8, Old Town
Tucked away just behind the Old Town Square you’ll find perhaps the best steak in the city. This Brazilian all-you-can restaurant definitely isn’t cheap, but if you’re in the mood for treating yourself, this is the place! (it’s cheaper if you pay your bill by 5.30pm)
Marina Ristorante – Alsovo Nabrezi, Old Town
Offering unparalleled views of the Charles Bridge and Castle, Marina is a good choice for romantic evening diners. As long as you keep away from the wine, the prices won’t break your bank either. Fantastic home-made pasta and the pizzas are to-die-for.
Mon Ami – Rohacova 135/20, Zizkov
Cosy family run restaurant right across the street from Brix. Be sure to check out their daily lunch specials, for under 100czk you can try one of 5/6 different Balkan, Czech, and other meals. Brix staff live on a diet of delicious Mon Ami food. Guests of Brix also get 10% off!
Garage – Krizikova 58, Karlin
Tiny restaurant offering traditional Canadian poutine with a few possible variations. Perfect for cold weather, this place has a fantastic reputation which makes it massively popular with locals working in the neighbourhood, so prepare yourself for queues! Open Monday-Friday, 11am-2pm and 4.30pm-7.30pm.
Pho Vietnam Tuan & Lan – Slavikova 1, Zizkov/Vinohrady
There are loads of places in Prague where you can get good Pho, but this is our absolute favourite. No room to eat in, but why not take this Vietnamese Classic out to the square and eat whilst watching the world go by.
Lehka Hlava (Clear Head) – Borsov 2/280, Old Town
Although it’s improving, finding good vegetarian food in Prague isn’t the easiest task. The team at Lehka Hlava have hit the nail on the head, offering exceptional veggie food at a reasonable price in an intriguing historic environment. The pinto-bean burrito comes highly recommended!
The Tavern – Chopinova 26, Zizkov
Arguably the best burgers in the city. Friendly service, tasty cocktails and excellent food makes this place a favourite with locals, so it’s worth making a reservation if you’re going in the evening. If your heart can handle it, their loaded pulled-pork cheddar fries are incredible! Have a hangover? Then their weekend brunch specials are a MUST.