3 British and Irish Restaurants to Try in Prague

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McCarthy's Irish Pub

At barely over one-year-old, McCarthy's is considered to be the most authentic Irish pub in Prague. It's warm inviting interior is two floors of eye-catching displays, with the main bar upstairs and the newer sports lounge below showing off 4 impressive tanks to store local beer, 9 large screens and 1 big projector for the big games. The menu includes a mix of classics pub grub and twists on traditional Irish food including the Full Paddy, a full Irish breakfast on a pizza! The pub offers among the best value cocktails in the area at only 99kč and great Guinness, Heineken and other imported beers & ciders on draught. (Rytířská 406/10 , Prague 1, +420 272 661 778 )

Brixton Balls 

If you are in the mood for delicious, homemade meatballs, there is only one place for you – Brixton Balls. The meatballs are served in a variety of ways, served with homemade sauces and homemade fries. You can choose from beef balls, beef & bacon balls, spicy beef, beef & cheddar. Vegetarians are also catered for: Brixton’s veggie balls are made from lentils, mushrooms, carrots, and thyme, served with a parsley yogurt sauce. (Korunní 783/23, Prague 2, +420 776 602 306)

Ryby & Chips

Located in the center of Prague on Myslíková Street, Ryby & Chips offers takeaway and dine-in food. Ryby & Chips has a full menu, consisting of fried battered fish (cod, haddock), baked cod, prawns, fish cakes, burgers (beef, chicken, fish), potatoes (chips, potato balls w/ cheese, onions, ham, and jacket potatoes w/ baked beans and cheese, tuna and sweet corn, chilli con carne, etc., hot dogs, chicken nuggets, mushy peas, haggis. The traditional fish and chips meal can be ordered in two different portion sizes. (Myslíkova 1698/18, Prague 2, +420 222 519 986)

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