Fine Dining in the Castle District

  • Aquarius Restaurant | Prague Aquarius Restaurant at the Alchymist Grand Hotel

    Located in one of the most beautiful districts of Prague and situated in the equally beautiful Alchymist Grand Hotel is the Aquarius Restaurant. This magically Old World establishment features the best French, Italian, and Mediterranean cuisine that the city of Prague has to offer. The fine cuisine is complemented with a professional, friendly staff and a gorgeous, fairy tale setting that is simply unforgettable. If you wish to dine like royals, then Aquarius Restaurant is the perfect choice for you....

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  • Augustine Restaurant | Beef Filet Augustine Restaurant

    The gorgeous Augustine Restaurant is housed in a glass-covered courtyard that uniquely incorporates three listed and protected trees, in the monastery complex that is The Augustine Prague hotel. It offers a sophisticated European menu including delicious local Czech specialties. With its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a spacious terrace, the restaurant is a light, relaxing space in the heart of historic Prague. The winning combination of excellent service and calm ambiance creates a truly memorable dining experience. In summer, al fresco dining...

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  • ADA Restaurant | Dining Room Hotel Hoffmeister & Spa, Ada restaurant

    Located in a beautiful corner of Malá Strana, you are sure to be charmed by Restaurant Ada, situated in the five-star Hotel Hoffmeister just a few steps away from the majestic Prague Castle. Dining here is guaranteed to be a highlight of your stay in Prague. Ada Restaurant’s young and talented head chef Jiří Svoboda is the genius behind its unique, modern, and lean culinary creations. The menu features seasonal and local ingredients selected for their quality and freshness, and...

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  • Villa Richter | Prague Fine Dining Villa Richter

    Located on an ancient mass of bedrock close to the grand Prague Castle is the lovely Neo Classicist Villa Richter, which features three restaurants. Built in the 1930s by architect Josef Peschka, the villa overlooks the city of Prague and St. Wenceslas Vineyard and provides incomparable views of Lesser Town, Old Town, New Town and the winding snake like Vltava River. St. Wenceslas Vineyard dates back to the 10th century A.D. and has been recently renovated; the vineyard features the...

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