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Cured meat is a staple of most Prague menus and there’s a butcher’s shop on almost every corner. This isn’t a city to go on a diet – if you make like the locals then you’ll be enjoying skvarky (pork lard with pork crackling loaded onto bread), meat loaf sandwiches and hot dogs.
Looking for somewhere to eat Prague cuisine at its traditional best? Try the Naše Maso butchery (Dlouhá 39), where you can buy meat to take away or feast in-house on one of the two small tables. A great haute cuisine alternative is classy dining option Čestr steak house (Legerova 75/57), which serves updated Czech delicacies such as fried river trout, truffle-stuffed chicken and – wait for it – dark beer ice cream sweetened with coffee and caramel.
A growing number of restaurants in Prague have Michelin stars, with Scandinavian-style Field (U Milosrdných 12) and contemporary Alcron (Štěpánská 40) leading the pack.
For something seriously special, though, try the six-course tasting menu at almost-secret Prague dining establishment La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise (Haštalská 18), where the wine menu is as incredible as the food.
Prague Old Town is where you’ll find the most concentrated cluster of top restaurants, but some of the best places to eat in the city require a little more effort to reach. Wondering where to eat Prague’s best Asian fusion cuisine?
Try Aureole (Hvězdova 1716/2b) on the 27th floor of City Tower, the Czech Republic’s highest building, where you’ll enjoy classy dishes against a spectacular urban backdrop.
Across the river is Na Kopci (K Závěrce 2774/20), a welcoming little bistro where you can choose between scrumptious French dishes and updated Czech classics. Both are well worth the long-ish stroll from Prague city centre.