Prague is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for a weekend getaway. The Czech capital charms visitors with its cobbled lanes, medieval architecture, and castle overlooking the city. There’s also a thriving food scene to explore. If you’re planning a visit, here are 10 restaurants you need to try.
Gallery 44 believes in changing their culinary offerings by hiring world-renowned chefs four times a year to create unique menus. This winter, tuck into beef tartar, flamed tofu with koumi salsa, and apple sorbet with tobacco mousse and almonds. Gallery 44 is conveniently located on the direct walking route from Old Town Square to the city’s stunning Charles Bridge, so it’s the ideal place to take a break from sightseeing.
Blue Wagon is just a short walk away from Prague’s famous Peace Square, home to the neo-Gothic Cathedral of St Ludmila. It offers the perfect setting for a romantic dinner and serves Czech food with a modern European twist. Why not treat someone special to their 5-course tasting menu? Expect dishes that push culinary boundaries, like savoury créme brulée with eel or fallow deer with apple, gingerbread, and polenta.
The Able Butcher
Meat lovers will find exactly what they are looking for at this popular steakhouse at the Hilton Hotel. Try the locally sourced T-bone or enjoy a grain-fed Australian tomahawk steak which is prepared at your table. Continue Reading