One of the joys of travelling is eating out. Prague offers lots of opportunities for quality meals at very affordable prices. Lunch is the main meal and can start as early as 11 am, by 2 pm lunch is over and you can order a la carte. Poledni Menu or lunch menu is the secret. It features authentic Czech cuisine and often a few 'foreign' dishes like pasta or hamburgers at prices that make you smile.
When you are with the kids IKEA offers the best value for money meals. No one, young or old, can resist their delicious meat balls. For carnivores, Ceska Hospoda in the Vinohrady district offers traditional schnitzels as large as doormats served with crispy French fries. If you like a panoramic view with your meal, the panorama from the ninth floor of Zlata Praha is hard to beat. Chef Miroslav Kubec will impress you with roast duck Czech style.
French cuisine is best sampled at Chez Marcel. Who can resist coq au vin followed by chocolate mousse? Mussels washed down with Stella Artois are best sampled at Les Moules, a restaurant that specializes in Belgian favorites. If you are fond of seafood, Barock is the restaurant to eat oysters and drink champagne.
The following restaurants tickle your taste buds without emptying your wallet.