To dine out in Prague should be an experience. Some restaurants/cafés
offer a good service, while other have not been able to adjust to the free
market. We hope to be able to give as comprehensive information as possible
about places to eat, so it is important to update the home page continuously.
We are therefore grateful for information about restaurants/cafés
which according to your opinion are worth mentioning, new places, old places,
service, opening hours etc, so other visitors can gain from your
knowledge. Please email information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The quoted prices are to be seen as an average.
The government has placed a tax of 23% on restaurants, which must
be included in the price. If a waiter tries to put the 23% on top of your
bill, complain to the manager, although it seldom helps. Particularly
if you can not communicate in Czech. In some tourist areas restaurants
have 2 menus, one for Czech and one for tourists. If there is no menu,
go somewhere else. If the menu have no prices, ask for them. Do not let
the language barrier be a problem. The waiters know exactly what you are ask
Tips are always appreciated although not traditional here. But this is changing with the new market system. Around 10-15% is enough.
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