3Tips: Where to enjoy traditional Czech food in PragueIf you are looking for a place where to try traditional Czech kitchen, check out these restaurant tips where we like to eat our gulash or baked duck (if not at our grandma's).
Address: Dlouhá 33, 110 00 Praha 1 Check the menu: http://www.ambi.cz/includes/menu/ambiente-lokal-menu-eng.pdf Contact: +420 222 316 265
Lokál, managed by Ambiente Group, has quickly become one of the most popular Czech restaurants in Prague. Main policy of this restaurant is to use local and fresh products and you will hardly find anything that is not "traditionally czech" on the menu. Not even Coca-Cola made it! The interior is furnished in retro style of Czech restaurants in70’s and 80’s. The crowd is usually mixed and you can meet both czechs and foreigners there. Smoking & non smoking area. The food is simply great and you can enjoy two fresh menus a day.
# 2. KLÁŠTERNÍ ŠENK
Address: Markétská 1/28, 169 00 Praha 6 Check the menu: http://www.catering-praha.com/en/foodlist.php Contact: +420 220 406 294
The restaurant is located in the heart of Břevnov monanstery komplex, close to the area of Prague Castle (also the monanstery itself worths a vistit!).The interior is rustic with an open fire and you can enjoy a wide range of traditional Czech food. Both meat lovers and vegetarians will be happy here as the salads and vegetable dishes (unlike in many other Czech restaurants) are fresh and creative. However, it would be a shame not to try many of the meat speacialities, like their delicious Marianated Pork Ribs. The service extremly kind and attentive. You can also enjoy a special draft beer, Klášter 11°.
# 3. SOKOLOVNA
Address: Slezská 22/821, 120 00 Praha 2
Check the menu: http://www.restaurantsokolovna.cz/?str=menu Contact: + 420 222 524 525