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A Guide to the Restaurants of Prague
When someone tells you about the food in Prague, they would definitely mention the words "hearty" and delicious. Czech food, in my opinion, is a combination of both German and Hungarian dishes with a noticeable twist making it unique to the Czech Cuisine. Though not many people know about Czech food, its popularity is slowly increasing and with that, the fame of Prague rises as well.

Kampa Park – Kampa Park, located on Mala Strana, Prague 1, is one of the finest restaurants in Prague today. Set beside the river Vltava and next to Charles bridge, Kampa Park is ideal for dinning almost any time of year even in the colder seasons and their pricings are pretty affordable.(though by Czech standards they might think it a little on the pricey side) Serving Continental and seafood cuisines, their famous dishes include fresh salmon and beefsteaks. Don't forget to try their famous champagne bar as well, which, unlike many other places in Prague; boast more collections of wine and spirits than beer.

Mlynec – Mlynec, located in Stare Mesto (Old Town) has a nice quaint riverside location with a delectable selection of international cuisine. Be it Italian or Indian that you fancy, Mlynec offers it all in fine dining without burning a whole in your wallet. If that isn't enough to convince you, maybe knowing that Mlynec's own chef Marek Pukart has received the Michelin award twice and is the only chef in the Czech Republic to ever do so would get you to think twice before giving a miss on this lovely restaurant.

Ambiente Brasileiro – From the name you probably have guessed that this little quaint restaurant located in the heart of Prague offers none other than Brazilian Cuisine. Choose from the fresh food buffets or try their grilled entrée's like their famous shrimp and South American beef. A real friendly restaurant that offers both great Brazilian food and a memorable dining experience.

U modre Kachnicky – Located on Mala Strana Street, U modre Kachnicky serves what is known as Bohemian haute cuisine in a setting of small dining rooms and antique furniture. The menu in does that "twist" to food that I was mentioning, that make normal Czech dishes turn out quirky and tasteful. The President even took visiting head of states here to prove that their dishes are unique and have a style just like everywhere else. Try the famous duck specialties, pate, and palacinky crepes which are favorites to locals each time they visit.
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