Marie B, nestled in Prague’s Dlohá street, is a culinary haven offering an exceptional dining experience. With a unique à la carte blanche menu and a commitment to showcasing local products, Marie B has become a go-to for seasonal delights.
Marie B’s ambiance is a blend of sophistication and warm hospitality. Its open kitchen takes center stage, surrounded by every table, providing diners an up-close view of the culinary magic in real-time.
The space is a mix of sleek, modern design and Prague’s rustic charm. Soft lighting and tasteful décor create an intimate yet vibrant atmosphere. The dynamic hum of the open kitchen adds to the experience, elevating your dining beyond the ordinary.
Marie B’s seasonal degustation menu is a gastronomic journey through local produce. The à la carte blanche menu ensures each visit is a unique adventure. The chefs craft a well-balanced selection of fish, meat, and vegetables, with the sirloin steak standing out as a succulent masterpiece.
Marie B’s commitment to fresh, local ingredients results in a symphony of flavors on every plate, showcasing Prague’s rich gastronomic heritage.
While the dessert may lean towards sweetness, Marie B’s accommodating kitchen caters to individual preferences, ensuring a satisfying conclusion to your dining experience.
Elevate your culinary adventure with Marie B’s carefully curated wine pairing featuring local wines. The sommeliers guide you through a selection that enhances the overall dining experience.
Marie B isn’t just a restaurant; it’s a culinary sanctuary in Prague. Beyond its innovative menus and commitment to local produce, the ambiance sets Marie B apart—an immersive, unforgettable experience for those seeking Prague’s culinary essence in a captivating setting. Explore Marie B for a culinary journey like no other.
Nestled in the heart of Prague, just a stone’s throw away from the picturesque Náplavka riverbank, Hostinec na Výtoni stands as a beacon for those seeking an authentic and delectable dining experience. Renowned for its mastery in preparing the finest roasted duck in the city, this culinary gem introduces a touch of innovation with its special charcoal grill – the revered rotisserie Josper. Let’s dive deeper into the flavors, ambiance, and the unique art of charcoal grilling that make Hostinec na Výtoni a must-visit for lovers of typical Czech cuisine and roasted duck enthusiasts.
Hostinec na Výtoni takes the preparation of its signature roasted duck to the next level with the art of charcoal grilling. The star of their kitchen, the rotisserie Josper, is a culinary marvel that not only grills but also imparts a distinct smoky flavor to the dishes. This innovative grill, fueled by high-quality charcoal, creates the perfect conditions for roasting duck – a process that involves locking in the natural juices, resulting in a crispy skin and succulent meat that defines Hostinec na Výtoni’s culinary prowess.
Hostinec na Výtoni proudly holds the title of serving the best roasted duck in Prague, and the rotisserie Josper plays a crucial role in achieving this distinction. The marriage of traditional Czech recipes, locally sourced ingredients, and the unique touch of charcoal grilling sets Hostinec na Výtoni apart as a destination where every bite is an exploration of flavors and textures that delight the senses.
Situated in close proximity to the vibrant Náplavka riverbank, Hostinec na Výtoni offers more than just a meal – it provides an immersive dining experience. The rustic yet refined interior, complemented by a friendly and attentive staff, creates an atmosphere perfect for a romantic dinner, family celebration, or a casual evening with friends. After indulging in the best duck in Prague, take a leisurely stroll along the Náplavka riverbank to complete your memorable evening.
Hostinec na Výtoni, with its commitment to culinary excellence, invites you to embark on a gastronomic journey where tradition meets innovation. The art of charcoal grilling, as showcased by the rotisserie Josper, elevates the dining experience to new heights. Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor to Prague, make Hostinec na Výtoni your destination for a culinary adventure that promises to exceed your expectations. Your taste buds are in for a treat!
Petrohradská street is a part of the Vršovice, a part of Prague with the most hipsters per square mile. Which is not bad for us mere mortals because hipsters like to eat good food and this neighbourhood offers very interesting options for everyone, beard or not.
Healthy can be good
The Kafe Petro named after the street where it recently opened is full of food that is fun, tastes great, but is healthy. There are not many places that serve caponata in Prague (no kidding, we make our own unless we are in Sicily where that is a staple) and this one does, to many a vegan’s delight. They make tasty granola with fruit, nice meatballs, prepare very good coffee and also beer that they seem to be very proud of. Plus points for doing also small acoustic concerts! We like.
Cali Brothers is a place opened in 2019 that is one of the few restaurants in town that are dedicated to the American cuisine. Let’s take a closer look.
Californian vibe and Californian cuisine are a welcome, sunny addition to the Czech capital’s gastro scene. Situated just opposite the towering Mama Hotel, Cali Brothers (formerly a branch of Bohemia Bagel) offers steaks, mussels, oysters, and many types of sandwiches from meaty to vegan. Also a lot of types of less usual bar food such as fried avo, and of course cocktails and noncalcoholic drinks. We like this sunny and easygoing approach of this informal place and will check those avocados again soon!
People love the Wildflower, and there are many colourful and wonderful reasons for that: they are their legendary cocktails.
Drinks that make you go mmm…
The reviews usually go along the lines of “this place is nice enough but we keep coming back for those cocktails, they are the main thing” – and that makes much sense. However we love design, décor and stylish interiors in general, restaurants and bars, we go there to drink and/or eat, and not just admire the settings. Wildflower has a harmonious interior full of flowers but also a wonderful selection of signature drinks, nice staff and they plan events we will surely love! Let’s follow them and see that they come up with, together.
Spojka call themselves a restaurant serving “food that makes sense” and we are partial to that. They also claim that they want to connect people over food, be they vegetarians, vegans, or meat lovers. Which we find very practical because so many people have various dietary restrictions now that it only makes sense that there are places where everyone can enjoy good food at the same time.
Just like many other restaurants and bistros, Spojka has its own bread. But: They also have a creative and mindful confectioner that makes desserts that are different – there does not have to be sugar in them, and they can taste like you are not used to. Also, both of their chefs have their own gardens where they grow vegetables that is used in the restaurant – aren’t these great reasons to visit?
Výtoň is a part of Prague just at the riverbank. Just off the famous Náplavka that is another place that the farmer’s markets made into a favourite spot. We happily welcome new shops and spots in this area.
Not just food
Café Louis is a place run by people who love France. They offer coffee and food that can be deemed international, but the extra touch are the products: French cosmetics and for instance this savoury-sweet thing that makes you mouth water even by looking at its cover: Petits caramels à la fleur de sel. We love sweet/savoury combos and the salty salamer and its variations that the French are so very capable of is a star. Drop in for a quick lunch and give this little spot a try!
Jiřák (or “Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad if you want the whole proper name nobody uses in conversations) has been blooming in the past few years. First, there were the farmer’s markets, and slowly but surely, new cafés and shops have started to pop up all around this big square.
The Sweet Treat
The Donut Shop is a nice, simple concept that works perfectly here. Whereas many cafés and bistros that you can encounter here offer a wide selection of things to eat, this one just has donuts. But what donuts! This family run establishment says they want “to add a taste of heaven to your day” and we tend to believe them. The base they use is a traditional one from a grandma’s archive but they keep coming up with new recipes and variations, so you keep coming back for more.
“Each batch of donuts are made in-store using local, flavor-packed ingredients and our menu is constantly changing with the seasons. We also offer at least four different vegan options daily,” says the family. That is a commendable thing!
Assaggio is specializing in Tuscany cuisine. They of course utilize the Czech ingredients too, so if they get hold of great local mushrooms in Autumn they serve wonderful funghi dishes.
You can also enjoy a good bread they offer and have a crostini with black cabbage, burrata and with a toasted almond or two… Or the tasty panna cotta with a raspberry? Or please just a glass of wine, maybe a wonderful organic one? Your choice. Simplicity is the key and it is good news that we can have this pleasant, authentic place smack dab in the middle of Vinohrady.
Petřín is the romantic hill above Prague where lovers go to spend lush evenings, or mothers stroll with their new babies. Also, there is a big lookout tower right at the top (resembling the much bigger Eiffel Tower), a famous labyrinth, and, since recently, a nice looking café.
The rebuilt charm
Enough of history, let’s go inside. This former substation (a thing that deals with electricity and such) has been rebuilt in a very stylish way and became a café with an industrial charm that nods to its surrounding in several ways (its staircases are a design answer to the said tower, for instance).
Apart from the inevitable coffee they proudly serve light, fresh dishes from local ingredients. You can have a sandwich (on homemade bread!), a wrap or a dessert, all top quality and with a marvellous view of Prague. The approach of the idea of the café is very contemporary, students are invited to use this place to study and generally everyone is welcome in this pretty place. We are fans.