With its colorful baroque buildings, gothic churches, and iconic Old Town Square, Prague is an ideal place to visit for history fanatics, art lovers, and architectural enthusiasts alike. Still, your trip to this Czech gem wouldn’t be complete without eating some scrumptious delicacies. Here are some restaurants in Prague that you should consider dining at on your next trip.
Located in the historic Old Town, Krcma will make you feel as if you’ve been transported back to medieval times. With its rustic tables and chairs, brick walls, and dungeon-like surroundings, Krcma does a good job of replicating a medieval tavern. This restaurant is a meat lover’s paradise, serving grilled ribeye, roasted duck, and sausages.
Can’t decide between a cup of coffee, some fresh baked goods or a beef dinner? That’s no problem, seeing as Eska offers it all. This restaurant, bakery, and coffee shop all rolled into one is a modern Czech establishment offering plenty of local cuisine.
Yet another restaurant in Old Town, U Parlamentu specializes in traditional Czech goulash. In addition to its cosy atmosphere, U Parlamentu is also an enjoyable place to unwind thanks to its live music performances.