3 Balkan Restaurants to Try in Prague

Prague Morning

Prague Morning

Video & News

Mon Ami

Mon Ami is a family-run restaurant opened in 2000 in Žižkov that serves delicious and authentic Balkan and Mediterranean cuisine.

We recommend the Uštipci (homemade bread lightly fried served with cheese sauce), and the ćevapčići (delicious grilled minced ground beef and lamb, served on a homemade somun or pita with onions, mustard, and ajvar). Mon Ami also offers a wide selection of salads, pizza, fish and other Balkan specialties (such as pljeskavica, roast lamb, baked peppers with feta), all served with a smile and a nice quiet outdoor terrace. Occasionally you can enjoy live music and lunch specials. (Roháčova 20, Prague 3; +420 222 780 808 )

Jelica

Jelica serves Serbian national cuisine and Balkan ethno meals. They have a separate vegetarian/vegan menu with example vegan dishes including baked white beans, oyster mushroom goulash, grilled vegan cheese, stuffed zucchini, vegan burger, vegan cheese platter, salad, soup, and cake. The inside part of the restaurant is well-decorated with plain tablecloths, old chairs, and folklore stuff. In Jelica there is a big garden and a playground for kids of all ages. (Na Zlíchově 35, 150 00 Prague 5, +420 251 555 536)

Singidunum

Singidunum is a Balkan Grill restaurant. You can order a cold starter such as salmon carpaccio or a hot starter like Zlatibor potato, and the move to grilled homemade sausages and the typical wholesome Singidunum skewer: you will get a chicken, beef, and pork meat grill. We recommend also the Čevapčiči and their cheese-stuffed peppers. At Singidunum you can enjoy the specialties, hospitality and pleasant atmosphere of the Balkans. (Bělehradská 92, Prague 2; +420 222 544 113)

Author: red

Next

  • Share
  • Embedded