The Josefov district is right in the heart of Prague. Pariszka Avenue is the main shopping street with lots of restaurants whose tables spill out on to the pavement on balmy summer evenings. Venture into side streets and you will find culinary delights from simple sandwich bars to chic dining.
When you are in a romantic mood Zlata Praha offers a candlelit degustation menu that will impress. Are you craving oysters? Barock serves them with bubbly champagne. Les Moules is specialized in mussles, prepared the Belgian way with onions, celery and cooked in wine. Their Flemish French fries are a true treat and a good accompaniment to the main courses.
Roast duck with red cabbage and apples is best eaten in Lokal. Wash it down with Pilsner Urquel, the best Czech beer. If you haven't eaten goulash served in a bread bowl, you haven't been in Prague. Sample this in Bohemia Bagel Masna and you will know why everybody raves about this filling dish. 'La Formule du midi', the lunch menu, of Chez Marcel has the look, the feel and the taste of Paris.
The Josefov neighborhood is known for Dim-sum Chinese Dim-sum, Indonesian fried rice or American Bagels, Belgian chocolate or Italian coffee. Here is a list to help you find your favorite restaurant.