Clarion Hotel Prague City
Tylovo Namesti 15
Prague, 120 00
Phone: (420) 221 995900
Fax: (420) 277 001233
Tylovo Namesti 15, Prague, CZ, 120 00
- Phone: (420) 221 995900
- Fax: (420) 277 001233
This restaurant is one of the busiest on Jugoslavska Street and for good reason given its prime, crossroads location. A street-window, a take-out counter and a dine-in restaurant give patrons a wide variety of options. Cold sandwiches and rows of Chlebicky (open-faced sandwiches) line the window displays. An area is provided for standing room only so customers don't have to purchase their food and run. Beyond the front counter is a casual restaurant that serves with a wide selection of different styles of food. The options and convenience are inviting to anyone passing by.
This very pleasant Chinese restaurant with excellent service is located just a short walk from Wenceslas Square and the metro. Over 160 varieties of Chinese cuisine are well prepared and presented within this space which has a typical Chinese restaurtant style of decor. Czech beers and wines are served along with Chinese spirits. Children's meals are also on offer. There is disabled access and meals can be ordered by telephone and delivered to central Prague addresses.
A highly-recommended restaurant in the city, Nota Bene stays true to all its accolades. It is a small place, but the interiors are stylish, with exposed-brick and warm lighting. This restaurant is focused on Czech specialties, and provides an unforgettable experience. They have an elaborate beer menu and the Belgian styled saison is a favorite. Make sure to carry cash as cards are not accepted.
Beef lovers will think they have died and gone to heaven as this rustic spot specializes in steaks from the succulent Charlois brand from the Burgundy region of France. Steak options start at EUR8 and go up up up while poultry dishes are highlighted by the turkey breast with almond stuffing. Of the Provencal style seafood, sea-tongue with prawns is especially inviting. Multi-course menus offer tasty combos and even snails are available if you're into that sort of thing. An extensive wine list, quality service, and a pleasant country kitchen atmosphere. Look for the illuminated cow head dangling outside.
Modest and unassuming, Taj Mahal serves tasty Indian dishes inside a charming, yet down-to-earth space. The rhythms of Indian music greet visitors as they enter and musicians wielding sitars keep the beat throughout the evening, without being intrusive. The menu includes well-prepared Indian favorites such as dall, chicken tikka, biriani and a selection of lamb - sometimes hard to find in Prague. The range of teas is refreshing, especially after the omnipresent beer option becomes routine.
Finding this pizzeria is not difficult. A large sign will point you in the right direction to this restaurant, situated directly behind the Divadlo Na Vinohradech on the north side of Namesti Miru. Inside customers will find a quaint restaurant modestly decorated. A large menu of Italian classics will not make this pizzeria different from others in Prague, but the quality of food is at the higher end of the spectrum. Specializing in pizza a significantly thorough selection is available to choose from, in addition to a good number of pastas, salads and soups.
Sister restaurant to the popular establishment of the same name near Namesti Republiky, U Sadlu II lacks the medieval décor (stained glass windows and numerous coats of arms) that its original location in Klimentska offers. The new place feels more like a business venture than the bacchanalian dungeon of the original, but they have transplanted the eccentric and bold menu. Again, amazing meat dishes dominate and you can feast like a medieval knight on all sorts of game from venison and boar to goose, or else enjoy some of the city's best Utopenec (pickled sausage). Alternatively, sample funky salads laden with pork fat and egg.
Sometimes the best things really do come in small packages. A good example is this tiny, family-run restaurant that probably holds less than twenty people. No matter as whoever is here will taste some of the best Mediterranean-influenced Yugoslav cooking this side of the Adriatic. Go ahead and feast on a heaping platter of well-spiced beef fingers. Other dishes, including fish, are equally as fair priced. Great Yugoslav pop soundtracks play in the background and, unlike seaside life in general, service is anything but slow.
If jazz music is to your liking and you are looking for some fun things to do on your night out, there is nowhere better than the Jazz Time. The place is the hub of jazz music with live band strumming in regularly. On the days there is no live performance, the in-house DJ spins some peppy music. They also have a restaurant where you can enjoy a quiet meal with friends. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to jazz it.
Good food and great view of the Vinohrady hill make Restaurant Le Papillon a place to be, if you want to spend some quiet hours dining with your guests or all by yourself. The best seasonal ingredients from around the world are used to create a la carte gourmet meals. Eating here is a culinary experience in itself. In July 2007 this restaurant won the 'Seven Stars and Stripes', the ultimate award for Cuisine & Service.
Everyone is welcome with open arms at The Lions Bar. They pride themselves on quality food and experience for a good price, and they are trying to build a community as much as a weekend party stop. The street level lounge is full of comfy old leather seats, sofas, standard tables and chairs, plus several large televisions to watch sports. The lower level sports bar is more traditional including sometimes boisterous crowds, pool, darts, table soccer and projection televisions as well as smaller televisions with several sports playing at any given time. Try the Sunday roast, Beef & Guinness or the Cornish Pastry.
Excellent service sets this restaurant apart from the rest. Adorning an enormous menu of pork, beef, chicken, lamb, duck, seafood, vegetable and noodle meals, the options are endless. The atmosphere is very casual for Chinese restaurants and several televisions are in eyeshot for your viewing pleasure. Prices don't stray far from the average.