The Best Restaurants in PRAGUE

Prague may not be globally renowned as a true foodie destination but that may just change in a few years as the culinary scene has made huge leaps forward after forty years of decline under Communist rule. Luckily, the Czechs have a rich tradition of great food, somewhat similar to those of other countries of the former Austro-Hungarian empire, that the young chefs and establishments can reference and follow. The mistrust of traditional Czech cuisine after the end of the Communist era has brought in lots of Italian and French eateries, some of them in very high quality. On top of that, the large Vietnamese community has made sure that fresh Asian produce is readily available and Asian-fusion cuisine truly prospers.