The PVA expo center has various catering points in the venue, however there aren't any restaurants within reasonable walking distance. If you have a car there are supermarkets and shopping centers within a 15 min drive. Letňany Metro also has a couple of small shops inside the station. To discover the gastronomic culture of Prague though, you simply have to explore the the city center.
Prague is an international city so regardless of your tastes and budget you will find what you are looking for. Whether its a traditional Czech Guláš, French fine dining or just a quick bite on the go, the city center has more restaurants than you can shake a stick at, and on the most part can all be accessed by foot, or hopping on the Metro for a couple of stops. 
There is lots of ways to choose where to eat. Trip Advisor is great for getting real reviews on restaurants, and also the official tourist website for Prague ( has some great information and recommendations for eating out. Researching a few now, and making a note of them may help you when your stuck for somewhere to go when you arrive in Prague. If your looking for inspiration, below are my top 10 restaurants based on reviews found online.

Sangam Indian Restaurant

Sokolovska 71, Prague 186 00 Czech Republic. +420 770 629 001

Fine dining Indian/Asian restaurant, that offers high quality food. Caters for vegan, vegetarian and gluten free. About 1 mile from Republic Square.



Black Bettie's Grill

American, Bar, Pub, International, Beer restaurant. A country roadhouse where the 1950's and 60's converge with the 21st century. If you are looking for the Ritz or Four Seasons you are headed to the wrong place. They may not take Credit Cards so bring cash just in case. ATM is two blocks away. Nearest Metro is 'Muzeum' 2 mins away.


Namsate India Rybna

Rybna 9, Praha 1, Prague 11000 Czech Republic. +420 224 318 072

Bright and airy Indian restaurant, with great service. Buffet and table service catered for, with vegetarian and vegan options. Highly rated by its visitors and good value for money, its only a few minutes walk from the old town and close to transport links.


Johnny Pizza 

Koubkova 685/16, Prague 120 00 Czech Republic. +420 775 615 641

Situated a little further away from the hustle and bustle, this family run Italian Pizza restaurant has become known for its huge and tasty Pizzas to take away. They also have a small number of seats available for eating in. No frills just great pizza, excellent value for money and only half a mile from Wencenslas square. They are also open until just before midnight Monday to Friday (not weekends unfortunately). Nearest Metro I.P. Pavolva. 


Be Bop Lobby Bar 


Wine O'Clock Shop Prague

Liliova 16 Old Town, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic. +420 773 201 216

Situated just south of the National Library, this cozy and intimate restaurant serves up Italian/Mediterranean taps style small plates of a high standard. Designed to compliment the array of fine wines on offer the food is prepared in front of you in an open style kitchen, where the owners will keep you entertained with stories and jokes. Its a real little hidden gem in the heart of Prague. It's recommend to book in advance though as the limited seats get snapped up up quickly. Nearest Metro is Staroměstská giving you ample time to explore the quaint streets before or after the main event.


Restaurant Pepr a Sul

Sad Man's Tongue Bar & Bistro

Konviktska 7, Prague 11000 Czech Republic. +420 555 555 555

A bit more central and only a stones throw from the river, this slice of 50's/60's Americana will have you salivating from the moment you walk in the door. The relaxed atmosphere, juicy burgers and nice selection of beer combine with live music on certain nights for an altogether comforting experience. Its a more tourist friendly bar that might not give you the full Czech experience, but will offer menus in English and a full belly at the end. Be warned, they don't accept reservations or credit cards. Nearest Metro Národní třída.



Czech Slovak Restaurant Lounge Bar

Ujezd 20, Prague Czech Republic. +420 257 312 523

This small, romantic and family run restaurant is a short walk across the Legion Bridge, on the west side of the river. Serving Czech and Eastern European fine cuisine, this fine dining experience in a modern atmosphere prides itself on sourcing its raw ingredients and wines locally, and quote rightly deserves its Michelin star. It is quite small and does fill quite quickly, so it's definitely worth booking in advance. Certain nights even have a piano service around 8pm. Nearest Metro is Národní třída then a 15 min walk across the bridge.  

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