1. Sluneční terasa T-Anker
The best of the beer and gourmet world can be found on the rooftop of Kotva. T-Anker offers up to 60 bottles of beer from all over the world and serves the best Czech and other world specials. In addition to their wide variety of meals, they also have a daily menu, where prices range from 135 CZK for each meal.
2. Oblaca Restaurant
At 66 meters above the ground, you will have one of the best views of Prague. The tower of Zizkov has an upstairs where Oblaca Restaurant is located. The prices of their main meals range from 345 CZK and above.
3. CODA Restaurant
A perfect place for a romantic lunch or dinner! The open-air terrace is open from April until the end of October and offers a unique view of the St. Mikulás church. If the weather is not right, you can also enjoy your meal inside the restaurant. You can choose from their regular menu, a special degustation menu (from CZK 1,990) or a lunch menu starting at CZK 490 for a two-course lunch with coffee and non-alcoholic drinks.
4. Ginger & Fred Restaurant
Located on the seventh floor of the Dancing House, Ginger & Fred Restaurant has an outdoor terrace with a beautiful view of Hradčany. Customers also have the chance to have their meals prepared by the chef Rudolf Dolezal. Breakfast menu starts from 65 CZK, everyday lunch menu (includes soup, salad, and two main courses) starts from 195 CZK.
5. Terasa U Prince
A great tourist site for lunch and dinner. This roof terrace has enchanting views of the Astronomical clock, the Tyn Church, and of course, an overview of the Old Town. Their menu includes both international dishes and traditional Czech dishes.
8. Terasa U Zlaté studně
Located near the Prague Castle. In addition to the exceptional view of Prague, it is renowned for its cuisine served by chef Pavel Sapík. A two-course lunch costs about 790 CZK. In addition to their daily menus, you can also choose to have the best of their menu starting at 3,100 CZK.
9. Villa Richter
Surrounded by the St. Wenceslas Winery, customers can enjoy a limited range of wines. The Piano Nobile restaurant has both their regular menu and a seasonal or traditional Czech menu. You can enjoy squid and snakes ragout, sepia pasta, basil dumplings with sheep's cheese and fox sauce, grilled sea wolf with fox ragout and artichokes, and beef sirloin with traditional sauce. Main meal prices start at 325 CZK.
Fusion Restaurant & Lounge - Located at the 27th floor of the city’s tallest tower, Aureole has a modern design with a panoramic view of Prague. A three-course lunch menu costs about 540 CZK and changes every week. Their regular menu consists of cuisines from all over the world. Aureole is definitely ideal for an evening dining with your favorite drink during sunset.
Author: Alyssa Malinis