Best of Prague: Food & Drinks

Our favorite places to eat and drink in Prague


We’ve had an interesting experience with food so far, but when we came around Prague, it was time to find some “healthy” options.

We found some pretty great choices thanks local recommendations and staying off the beaten path.



This place is special. As soon as you walk in, you feel like you’re visiting a friend.

Maybe it’s because of the cutest little canine doorman who greets you at the door. Maybe it’s because of the delicious, organic, and healthy meals they offer, which were much-needed after two weeks of eating Schnitzel with sausage and beer.

Worth a taste: whatever is available that day! They have no menu and their offers change daily.

Šmeralova 22, 170 00 Praha 7 Bubeneč | Opening hours: 10am – 6pm


Café Imperial

Breakfast is the way to our hearts, so we love any restaurant that offers breakfast all day.

This café is located in a luxury hotel, so prices aren’t cheap. Even if just for coffee or a milkshake, stop by to check out the original Art Deco and Art Nouveau interiors dating from 1914.

Worth a taste: English breakfast. Served all day.

Na Poříčí 15, 110 00 Praha 1, Tschechische Republik | Opening hours: 7am – 11pm


Phill’s Twenty7

This is a more modern spot, so definitely not traditionally Czech, but we only have good things to say about it.

Their meals are healthy, the ambiance is relaxed, and the pastries are homemade.

Worth a taste: spicy (really spicy) corn chowder.

Přístavní 27/339, Praha 7 Holešovice | Opening hours: 10am – 10pm


Velkopřevorský Mlýn

We usually try to stay away from very touristy spots, but the set-up here is worth a visit.

Located right next to the Lennon Wall, this is a small, romantic restaurant that serves Czech cuisine.

Worth a taste: their creamy hot chocolate.

Hroznová 3 110 00 Praha 1, Malá Strana


Café Colore

This bistro really wowed us since we didn’t expect much when we visited.

Little did we know, they have the tastiest double-stacked club sandwiches, truffle fries, and freshly squeezed lemonades.

Worth a taste: homemade ginger + mint lemonade and the best club sandwich you’ll ever have in your life.

Palackého 740/1, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město, Tschechische Republik | Opening hours: 8am – 11pm

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