The 9 Best Places for Seafood in Prague

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You don’t have to dine by the sea to experience a quality fish meal! Here’s our selection of the best seafood restaurants.

Zdenek’s Oyster Bar

At Zdenek’s Oyster Bar, Praguers can truly treat themselves to the best the sea has to offer: oysters, crab, octopus, lobster and more. For those who truly want luxury, caviar is also available. Reservations are recommended, especially for dinner.
  • Price: $$$$
  • Address: Malá Štupartská 636/5, Staré Město

Zdenek's Oyster Bar

This Belgian brasserie on Vinohrady square serves its signature oysters and mussels seven days a week. Pair them with in-house fresh baguette or, for more adventurous eaters, escargot or fried frogs legs. Full plates include both seafood options like grilled tuna or octopus with pork fatback, and meat, like roasted Liege meatballs or coq au vin. For dessert, enjoy house-made crème brûlée, chocolate cake, or the daily ice cream offerings.
  • Price: $$$
  • Address: Náměstí Míru 9, Praha 2-Vinohrady

bruxx prague

This seafood restaurant takes its name and its inspiration from Croatia’s 1800 km of coastline. It serves not only  in-house spit-roasted meats, but also fresh seafood and Croatian specialties like black risotto and Adriatic Octopus “Pod Pekou.” The charming, pastoral restaurant is actually located in Sarka – Lysolaje Nature Park.
  • Price: $$$
  • Address: Horoměřická 3a, Praha 6-Dejvice

Chorvatský Mlýn prague

This fishmonger and bistro just off of Jiřího z Poděbrad park offers a variety of French and Asian inspired seafood plates, along with a wide
variety of fresh fish available for home cooking. All the fish is either wild-caught or from highly certified farms. Rybistro also stocks oysters delivered directly from France.
  • Price: $$
  • Adress: nám. J. z Poděbrad 1658/11, Vinohrady

Rybistro prague


Les Moules

Roman Kadleček is the new chef at Les Moules, a Belgian restaurant in the Jewish Quarter of Old Town. They specialize in mussels, offering 12 variants all of which come from Denmark every day, and are always served fresh. Other traditional Belgian dishes are on offer here, along with an extensive wine list and, of course, Belgian beers–there are over 100 available!

  • Price: $$
  • Address: Pařížská 203/19, Josefov

Les Moules prague


Seafood Market & Grill

This restaurant in the New Town offers high quality, affordable dishes mostly featuring seafood. It offers an impressive variety of freshly
caught fish and shellfish. Most of it is then grilled by Takeshi Ito, their Japanese chef who has combined Belgian, French, and Japanese cuisines into something truly modern and delicious.

  • Price: $$
  • Address: Štěpánská 31, Nové Město
Seafood Market & Grill
Its large garden space and relaxed atmosphere make Taverna Olympos the perfect place to go on a Prague summer day. The restaurant is located in Vinohrady, just west of Riegrovy Sady, on Kubelíkova. It offers numerous seafood options, including Roasted tiger shrimp, mussels in wine, and seafood risotto. Guests looking for land-based meals will not go disappointed either, with many meat or vegetarian options, including mixed grill, lamb kotsi, and musakas.
  • Price: $$
  • Address: Kubelíkova 25/9, Žižkov

taverna olympos prague

Head Chef Erminio takes years of culinary experience, combined with his childhood spent in Southern Italy, and brings both to this upscale Vinohrady restaurant. Expect homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and good wines.
  • Price: $$$
  • Address: Krkonošská 10, Vinohrady

casa di erminio prague

Located in Oldtown, Manu Praga finds its roots in Naples. Chef Emanuele Ridi provides delectable seafood options, fresh pasta, and a wide selection of Neapolitan-style pizzas.
  • Price: $$$
  • Address: Revoluční 25, Staré Město

manu prague seafood

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