Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
Phone: (420) 211 131116
Fax: (420) 211 131402
Freyova 33 Vysocanska; Prague 9, Prague, CZ, 19000
- Phone: (420) 211 131116
- Fax: (420) 211 131402
For all you music lovers out there, Prague present its Music Club Palmovka to you. This restaurant is a favorite amongst the locals as well as the tourists, for not only do you get delightful meals but also live entertainment to go with it. The Music Club Palmovka does not stop itself when it comes to music, various genres are performed here by locals as well as national and international artists. To know more about the venue do check their website or give them a call.
The best Czech-owned Italian restaurant in town, La Palma hides a ways out in the Palmovka neighborhood, but its tasty pasta dishes and pizzas make it worth the trip. Attracting a huge lunch crowd, the restaurant's reasonable prices and large portions are hard to beat. The creamy Pomodoro Soup makes for an excellent starter while the Rigatoni alla Siciliana is a local favorite. The normal selection of Moravian wines and beers are on offer. A plus, it is situated next to the Hrabal Wall, a collage history of the famous Czech writer's life. A minus, no awards for friendly service so get ready for the "what will it be" Czech-style approach. A reminder that you are indeed in Prague rather than Palermo.
The Hare Krishnas who run this bright and lofty restaurant whip up some of the best vegetarian food around at prices that can't be beaten. If the heaping first portions aren't enough, second are free! Students get a special discount. All the food is organically grown on the Krishna farm outside Prague and revolve around a well seasoned and creatively prepared potato-rice-lentil core. Visit the downstairs sweetshop for homemade goodies. The restaurant is packed at lunchtime and an hour or so before closing, so the middle of the afternoon is the best time to come.
Like many Chinese restaurants in the city, this friendly place does its best business at lunch when offering tasty specials at reasonable prices. Whether it be the Chicken or Pork Kung-Pao, stir-fried rice with chicken or beef or a mixed vegetable dish with tofu, all selections are well prepared and served promptly by an all native Chinese staff, allowing those customers with a schedule to keep to get in and out quickly. The full menu of standard Chinese fare is also well complemented by combination menus of seafood, lamb and even duck gizzard for parties of two to six. Chinese beer (Qingdao), several Chinese liquers and plum wine are on offer in addition to Czech beers and wines.
KD Domovina plays host to a large variety of musical performances. Most notably, many of KD Domovina's events are geared towards fans of metal and hard rock, housing concerts by popular European bands.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and whats more better then to kick start your day with an elaborate one. Welcome to Atrium Restaurant of the upscale Hilton Prague. With an extensive buffet menu, this place ensures a wonderful first meal of the day. Be it local or international cuisine, each dish surpasses the other in taste and presentation as well. In this alfresco eatery, you can expect a five star treatment that is synonymous with the Hilton Chain.
A unique entertainment venue, Club SaSaZu is known for its delightful restaurant and awesome list of events. The club is one of Prague's largest and most popular destinations. Patrons come here for two reasons: to eat and to dance. The club is famous for its wildly themed events and the eccentric crowd, while the popular restaurant serves food from all parts of the globe. Over 5000 square meters (16,404 square feet) of entertainment await you.
Located within Hilton Prague, Café Bistro is an all day diner that serves authentic Italian and Asian cuisine and light snacks. Be it pastas or lasagnas this place dishes out a sumptuous fare. The decor of this cafe is vibrant with bold colors used on walls and floors. Be it any time of the day, the efficient staffinsures of meeting with your every need. Have an elaborate meal or grab a sandwich, this place serves it with utmost care.
Though winning few points with its name, this upbeat little mom-and-pop joint serves up some of the best Italian in town. The first check mark for quality is the fact that they use real, homemade pasta, which is sometimes difficult to find in the land of pork and dumplings. Topped in tasty red and white sauces with generous doses of olive oil, these dishes are excellent - keep both the lasagne and the tortellini in mind. For the less adventurous, meat-and-potato loving members of your party, there are continental treats such as thick steaks and chicken breast dishes. There's also a fully-stocked bar, an endless wine list (featuring both local and foreign vintages) and Pilsner Urquell on tap. The knick-knack-style décor featuring everything from off-beat art work to obscure pictures surrounds a large tree growing in the middle of the restaurant. A lone pianist playing softly at the back of the restaurant often adds a bit of atmosphere.
A great front room with a chunky bar, old tables and a rack of single malts, makes this a fine place to come for a drink. There is the usual range of beers, including the obligatory Guinness and Murphy's as well as a choice of two Czech brews. Food is served downstairs in a long restaurant that is somewhat tackily decorated in a nautical theme; ropes and nets hang from the ceiling and walls. However, the food is good, although above average priced. The pub also has a small Internet café attached to it with its own entrance, with slightly unusual opening hours and room for five computers.
Oui, La Crepêrie is a genuine French establishment nestled in the heart of Holesovice. Specializing in both sweet crepes for a snack or dessert as well as dinner crepes, they are sure to have something you will like. With a wide variety of fillings including a tasty four-cheese combination, ham and cheese and even a build-your-own option. Choose the fillings and they make it for you special order at no extra cost. The prices are extremely reasonable and the menu is bursting with options for everyone, not just those with a sense of French cuisine. Bon appetite!
Located in the heart of the working class district of Zizkov, this simply decorated spot serves Prague's finest Pakistani food an at affordable prices. Eight lamb specials including curried lamb and lamb in ultra-hot sauce are served, along with chicken cooked in fresh cream sauce and dried fruit as are most chicken dishes. Shrimps and prawns round out the menu. Chef specialties include a variety of two person treats while seven veggie options are on offer to keep everyone happy. Worth seeking out.