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Easter Lunch or Dinner in Prague and other restaurant suggestions

We will be in Prague for Easter. I have searched the RS website for restaurant recommendations and find primarily pubs. A few restaurants appear permanently closed. Even if you don't know if a particular restaurant will be open on Easter, I would appreciate your suggestions and I'll check for availability.

Actually, I'd appreciate all recommendations. Thanks for your help.

Here's a list I created
St. Martin - Vlasska 358/7, Prague 118 00 Czech Republic+420 257 219 728
• Cisty-Stul – Czech – Vitezna 15, Mala Stran, Praha
• U Magistra Kelly – closed go to the sister restaurant St. Martin
• Tavern by Seven Swabians – 4/5 – near castle – Jansky Vrsek 14, Nerudova 31
• U Fleku beer hall
• Lahudky Zlaty Kriz deli
• Ngo Vietnamese
• U Tri ruzi pub - Husova 10/232, 110 00, Prague 1
• Oliva Nera - Betlémské nám. 10/258 110 00 Prague 1 - Old Town

• Lokal Dlouhaaa – casual – Dlouha 33 110 00 Prague 1

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We really liked Cisty Stuhl and I think I have recommended it on this forum. Unfortunately it appears to have closed permanently. Jason who lives in Prague and frequently comments here will probably have good suggestions for you.

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lynne, we were in Prague September, 2019. We stayed in Old Town at Hotel Hastal. Our favorite restaurant was Hergetova Chihelna. Four other restaurants we would recommend: Bakeshop, Au Gourmand Patisserie, Yoshihashi Sushi, & Lokal. All walking distance from our hotel. Enjoy your planning!

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Thanks for these recommendations, I hope to be in Prague in May. I have marked these on my Google Maps.

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Hergetova Cihelna definitely closed at the moment. All the other suggestions are great and I would add that if you consider the Seven Swabians in Jansky Vrsek then I would add that if you have good weather then in the same street is Santini Garden (if you want to eat outside). That is also definitely closed at the moment but by Easter I expect it will open. Interesting that you have Lahudky Zlaty Kriz. That's more of a snack place where you stand at tables. As it mainly targets the Mon-Fri workers in the area it may be closed over the weekend especially Easter Monday. Oliva Nera, again great place to eat outside if you get good weather. Opposite Oliva Nera is a quirky Czech restaurant called U Betlemske Kaple. Classic Czech food, reasonable prices and memorable seating.

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Hi Lynne-

I was also going to recommend Hergetova Chihelna--unfortunate to read from Jason that it's closed. Next time I'm back in Prague, I would make a point to see if it's open again--that enjoyable.

The other restaurant that my wife really enjoyed is right outside the Vysehrad Fortress park, U Semika. It's a 15-minute tram ride from the Old Town, but if you decide to go out to the park anyways for a few hours away from the tourist crowd, I'd recommend timing your visit to a late afternoon (bonus: great park views as the sun gets low) and head to this place for dinner. Good, hearty Czech classics in a cozy cellar. At least one room has a wall filled with books. We visited in late April, and we seemed to be the only out-of-towners.

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Another suggestion in lieu of Hergetova Chihelna is there other restaurant Kampa Park.It is a 3 minute walk from Hergetova. http://kampapark.com/en/

We really enjoyed the cuisine, the ambience and wonderful service at Hergetova. I hope they will be able to reopen again.