Prague Guide ( Restaurant review )

Prague guide

Hi Guys

If you follow me on Instagram you probably know that we went to Prague for five days last week.


If you are like me and love old cities, old buildings, beautiful views with lots of opportunity to walk around and explore a new city, you’ll love Prague as much as I do. One of the challenges during holiday is finding good quality food. Therefore I thought to share with you my feedback on some places that we ate at, while we are there.


1-Den Noc

Best place to eat breakfast. We actually went there twice. Pancake (sweet or savoury) is their specialty which is delicious. If you’re in Prague make sure you visit them. The place is small and staff are really friendly and caring. Fresh, tasty pancakes and smily faces make you feel at home.

They make you feel at home
They offer gluten free dishes as well.

2- Cafe La Creme

Worse place we went during this trip. The food was bad and the bread was at least one day old. The staff were ignorant and impatient. Last but not least It was definitely overpriced for such a bad service.

Cafe Le Creme Prague

3-Mlynec Restaurant

It’s a great place to go if you have 3-4 hours to sit on the balcony listen to the river and enjoy an amazing range of dishes one after another. I have to mention  that this one is on the pricey side. The food is delicious and well presented. The staff are professional and friendly at the same time so in my opinion it’s completely worth the price.

Mlynec Restaurant Prague
Amazing vegetarian dishes

4-Mistral Cafe

Despite being so popular ( people stay in line to eat lunch here) it was not that good. The best part was the dessert, we had fresh made fruit pie and chocolate cheese cake. The only thing that bothered me was the WiFi connection which just worked for few first minutes. After that I needed to disconnect and connect again and again in order to use it which was pretty annoying. I believe these days Wifi is part of the service and it matters to provide reasonable internet connection for customers.

Mistral Cafe Prague
Suitable for vegetarian.

5- Hemingway Bar

My favorite place in Prague. Hands down it’s the coziest bar with the most friendly yet prestigious personal.In addition to all that, those excellent cocktails and the Hemingway’s unique way of serving them makes this bar a must-visit place.   We went there twice and both times had a great time. It does not considered a cheap place in Prague yet comparing to Swedish bars the prices were unbelievably cheap. We had the best time there.

Hemingway bar Prague

6-Clear Mind (Lehka Halava)

It’s a vegetarian restaurant near the Charles Bridge (6-7 minutes walk). The food was delicious, fresh and the price is fairly low. We loved it. The place is cosy and staff were friendly enough. If you go there you probably meet Body, a very cute dog who lives upstairs and like to visit customers. She is so lovely and vegetarian off course. Unfortunately I don’t have any photo since we were very hungry and didn’t even think about taking photos.

There were other places such as CottoCrudo or Hard Rock Cafe that we went for  drinks, lunch or coffee which were good and hundred places we did not have time to try but these are highlights of this trip worth to talk about.




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