Something of an expat institution but, as Groucho Marx once said, who wants to visit one? Plenty of reasons to come here though including one of the ... More
Jo's Bar and Garage
Something of an expat institution but, as Groucho Marx once said, who wants to visit one? Plenty of reasons to come here though including one of the largest Tex-Mex menus around with tasty burritos starting at 150 Kc. Wash down whatever you're eating with a 40 Kc draft beer. Heineken is on offer if you get tired of the Czech brew. The small downstairs dance bar is usually full of native English speakers and those wishing to meet them. Get a specially designed Jo's tattoo and you'll never have to pay for another dinner here for the rest of your life. Ask for details.
This is a great place to go the morning after. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and you get huge portions. You can sit in the main bar area, outside, or through the back where there is a couch for you to lounge on and digest! Definately best value for money in this area too.
Don't be surprised if you are seated next to a Czech member of parliament or pop star in this space
which is tucked into Castle Hill on a small winding road, with the whole of the Little Quarter below. ...
Steeped in history, this quaint restaurant has been serving guests since 1779. The traditional fare may well make you change
your mind about Czech cuisine paling in comparison to others in Europe. Sample the Czech style roast pheasant with ...
Located in a 14th century building, this excellent vegetarian restaurant stays packed from all day. The cafeteria style set up
features a huge salad bar, soups and a selection of main courses which change daily. Popular with students, grandmas, ...