Here are the most recent Prague restaurant reviews. If you'd like to add your own comments about any particular restaurant in Prague, simply find the appropriate page for that particular restaurant and submit your review there! We look forward to your comments.
Had a big shock when i went to go to this place last weekend and found it is now a Czech restaurant!! Such a shame...
reviewed by Andy Newman from Czech Republic on Feb.17.2012
In my view, this is the only restaurant in Prague to have sushi. The quality is high, serving size is not skimpy like other Prague sushi places and excellent service. Reminds me of good sushi houses in LA.
reviewed by Brad Gaiennie from Czech Republic on Oct.01.2011
the food was very good snitzel and potato croquettes very much and good taste the price is ok
reviewed by starink from Netherlands on Sep.10.2011
The best Mexican food i had since i left LA!
reviewed by Sergio from United States on Apr.15.2011
Excellent restaurant with modern/minimalist/natural decor. The pasta menu is extensive, service is good. Beautiful interior both upstairs and downstairs.
reviewed by sarah from Canada on Apr.02.2011
Amazing. The food was fantastic and the service the same. Perhaps the best Sushirestaurant we have been to, ever. Recomended!! Thnx to Yami. S&H
reviewed by Sonja & Harald from Norway on Feb.14.2011
This Bohemia Bagel branch is a reliable, safe-bet option if you find yourself near Old Town Square but want to avoid all the tourist traps in the vicinity. The food is decent, and I have never had a bad experience there. I particularly enjoy the pancakes with maple syrup, especially as such a classic Anglo-Saxon concoction is not easy to find in Prague. And while I'm all for going native when living abroad, it's good to enjoy treats from the old country once in a while. The main downside is the atmosphere: as Laura points out above, it is heavily frequented by irritating study abroad types whose conversations can be heard by their parents on the other side of the pond. Sometimes you get the distinct impression that it's not so much a bagel joint as a slightly scruffy campus bar where nobody is older than 25. Overall though, it's a good place for lunch or coffee before the next bout of sightseeing or heading back to work.
reviewed by Dave from Czech Republic on Feb.11.2011
Excellent place to pick up your favouruite sandwich or for the English like me, a Friday fish 'n' chips! Good value too.
reviewed by SAM from United Kingdom on Feb.04.2011
amazinggg!! best TEX-MEX in europe! and the bartenders are the shit! MUST GO!
reviewed by Samantha from United States on Jan.20.2011
I visited Prague with 6 of my friends back in late 2007 and this place was a staple of ours. Really cheap, great portions and strong cocktails. But the best thing were the staff. There was an English guy and a dutch guy who were hilarious. They really entertained us all week and kept us coming back for happy hour after happy hour. I was back in Prague with work last month and it seems a lot has changed. The food is much the same, but way less value for money. Also the staff have changed. It was much less fun and really quite quiet by comparison with 2007. I stayed for happy hour (rude not to) and then left a bit disappointed. What happened to the staff and the crowd that used to hang out here?
reviewed by Angie from United Kingdom on Dec.27.2010
Great service from a nice waitress. Better go late with great atmosphere with an excellent pianist, but you will miss delicious strawberry cake. Price is affordable too.
reviewed by eric from United Kingdom on Sep.22.2010
reviewed by Lenka Spacilova from United States on Sep.17.2010
Don't count on it (the 'lower' price that is) We found it pretty darn expensive! That said, the food was really top notch.
reviewed by Jake from United Kingdom on Sep.16.2010
This used to be one of the very few places in central Prague serving reasonable food in an attractive setting, at the kind of competitive prices that you find in neighbourhood restaurants. I came here several times on my first visits to Prague, and always enjoyed the food, a mixture of Czech classics and international fare. It was never gourmet food, but the portions were always generous and tasty, and the service attentive. I also enjoyed the convivial atmosphere created by the friendly staff and clientele, a mix of students, tourists and professionals. Later, when I moved to Prague, I continued frequenting Klub Architektý and discovered that many of my friends liked it for the same reasons. I also made a point of taking family and friends when they visited, and they always enjoyed it. Klub Architektý seemed to have a reputation as one of the few places left in the centre that could charge low prices yet serve good food. Unfortunately, this restaurant is now a shadow of itself. Perhaps the problems started when the prices increased and the menu changed a few years ago, to take advantage of the custom from the world ice hockey championships in Prague. Although the prices are still reasonable by 'Western' standards, they correlate far less to quality and service. On later visits the latter was slower and the staff less friendly. On one occasion the waiter was rude because I had the temerity to speak to him in Czech, and he seemed to be trying to do some business on the side with a party at another table. My last visit was the worst. I ordered garlic bread which was basically a cheese rohlŪk (a cigar-shaped bread roll), with a touch of garlic butter. It was half-baked and rubbery, and had obviously been in the microwave. The salmon with pasta was salty and utterly mediocre, something that anyone with even basic culinary skills could have produced. In my early days in Prague, I always had the feeling that unlike many restaurants in the vicinity, Klub Architektý prided itself in good food and good service, at prices that both locals and tourists would find attractive. Today, it couldn't seem to care less. A real shame.
reviewed by David from United Kingdom on Aug.20.2010
We were hungry, it was around seven on the last day of July 2010 and my partner suggested we try away from the main square and the throngs of tourists to be found on any Saturday night in Prague. We arrived at the Klub Architektu, Betlemske Namesti 5a. Here we were shown quickly to a table (it was not full in the restaurant and I began to realize why at gone seven p.m. it was not full). After about five minutes, we ordered our meal and drinks. Then the beer, Slovakian, and water arrived quite quickly. Then, we waited and waited and waited. After thirty minutes, I saw one of the occasional visits by the staff into the part of the cellar where we were. I asked this attendant if she could find out when our meal would be delivered. She never re-appeared. Some five minutes later another came into the room to deliver what we thought was to be our meal but no. It was for a very patient pair of American women. I asked this second waitress (who asked if I wanted a replacement for the beer which by now I had consumed) and then came someone who apeared to be the manager. I asked when our meal would be ready, he seemed unprepared to answer and said that he was quite happy to wait for forty minutes as we had been for a meal - our meal had still not arrived nor was there any ETA (estimated time of arrival). I suggested to him that the restaurant was falling below European standards on service but all he could say was that he was prepared to wait forty minutes or more (with the inference that therefore everyone should). There was no apology for the watt we had had. He asked if we wished him to cancel the meal which seemed at that point most appropriate. We paid for the drinks and left. In my six decades I have visited most of the capital cities in Europe (and others beside) and eaten at a large selection of good restaurants as well as many average and the occasional poor restaurant. I have never waited for more than forty minutes for one course nor had inferred by a waiter/manager that I should accept his standards. I am not a tourist but a resident in Prague and like to eat out and eat well and am disappointed by the lack of customer service in a large number of restaurants. Todayís experience was regrettably not completely unique in the city which is now my home and I feel that many tourists feel badly treated by the lack of customer focus as demonstrated by my experience and the potentially cynical exploitation of those visiting this beautiful city.
reviewed by Glynn from Czech Republic on Jul.31.2010
Great place! The sandwiches are fresh and with good ingrediants. I recommend taking on train
reviewed by Jan from Slovak Republic on Jul.28.2010
I can't stress how much I love this place! Great bagels and coffee, and the WiFi is just the icing on the cake.
reviewed by Chief from United Kingdom on Jun.07.2010
after reserving in advance, we arrived at the restaurant and were seated in a corner where the waiters' cashier and computer are and waiters were workin hovering over us. Our table was in the dark though when we reserved we specified that we wish for a table with a lamp light. We ordered drinks and food. The wine arrived and was a smaller amount then ordered. the Metre De brought a measuring cup to show us how they measure - on the cup the 150cc was shown but the line enhanced was much lower - they are actually stealing from every wine drinking customer at least 16% of each measured glass and are probably so used to it by now that he was not worried to show it to us even though the measured amount is at least 20cc (16%) less then what it should be. When mentioning it to the metre De instead of appologizing he was very impolite and just left us in the middle of talking. We got up and left very insulted and disappointed. it isn't enough to decorate and design, if you are not hospitable clients will leave and not return.
reviewed by Orly from Italy on May.14.2010
Just what we were looking for!
reviewed by Jennifer from New Zealand on Apr.06.2010
I have been here many times: great bagels, but always filled with incredibly loud, picky study abroad Americans and tourists. Their Charles IV breakfast is delicious and great value. Don't order their salads...the lettuce was gritty and clearly had not been washed when I ordered one. The internet is overpriced so go anywhere else to use it. The food is great overall and comforting when you're far from home.
reviewed by Laura from Czech Republic on Dec.09.2009
I have been to Banditos several times for happy hour. My friends and I are loyal fans. 10Kc wings, 50Kc nachos, 25Kc beers, 30Kc tacos, etc. Happy hour is the time to go because those prices are amazing and the portions are more than appropriate for the money. The food is good quality and always made fresh. You can't count on AMAZING Mexican food in central Europe, but this is definitely the best Mexican I've had in Prague. I live here and have been to every Mexican restaurant in this city and Banditos is certainly the best food at the best price. The service is not always so friendly, it's best to eat here in smaller groups.
reviewed by Laura from United States on Dec.09.2009
I have been to this restaurant twice and both times it was amazing. The ambience was relaxing with dim lighting, candles, and interesting architecture. The service is always great and the food is delicious! The meals are large and the quality of the food is always fresh and tasty. I live in Prague and always recommend this restaurant to friends and visitors. It is one of my boyfriend's favorite restaurants...I am taking him here for a celebratory birthday dinner because it is consistently superb.
reviewed by Laura from United States on Dec.09.2009
very good food and service. very nice place. cheap also.
reviewed by Elena from Italy on Oct.19.2009
We liked this delightful, cozy place with its stone walls and dim lighting. In fact, we went back a second time with our group of 6-8. Food was very good, we all thought. Mine was well-prepared, pricing was good, service was good, staff was helpful. They even went to a lot of trouble to run credit cards for each of us. Second time we went in, we all made sure to have cash to save them the effort. Cash seems the preferred payment method many places in Prague. I had an excellent caprese salad here - the summer tomatoes are hard to beat.
reviewed by Jazzy from United States on Sep.07.2009
After reading great reviews, we went to KA only to find the food very bad. Soup and potato apetizer salty, Prague Goulash with tough pieces of meat (not beef), and the the bill had an "extra" item on it. Not to return here.
reviewed by Jared from United States on Jul.25.2009