When in Prague, it is essential to sample authentic local cuisine in a beer garden, but if you like to eat healthier food stick to international cuisine. The Czech Republic prides itself in some topnotch produce from smoked meats to game and wild mushrooms.
Forget about cholesterol and calories, share a table in Ferdinanda. Feast on schnitzels as big as doormats, heaps of sausages and generous helpings of goulash. Non-carnivores have a difficult time but not when they dine in U Maltezskych Ryteru, whose menu always features several vegetarian dishes. Havansky Pavilion is dining with sweeping city views. French cuisine is at its best in Restaurant Celeste on the top floor of the Dancing House. Michelin has not awarded stars to many restaurants in Prague. The prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand status, a reward for reasonably prices, high quality food has been awarded to Restaurant Mlynec.
Here are ten restaurants that will tickle your taste buds and make your trip to Prague one to remember.