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Recommended restaurants in Smichov

We're staying at the NH Prague City Hotel and while I know the Smichov area is supposed to have plenty of cafes and restaurants away from the touristy areas, can anyone recommend any casual eateries close by? By the time we arrive at our hotel, we'll be looking for lunch and dinner later that night and it would help as I have a feeling we'll be on a jet lagged stupor

TIA!

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there are loads but here are a few i have been in recently some as recent as last month.
https://www.facebook.com/beertime.pub/
specalist beer bar but does half decent food and has a cheap lunch menu, nice outside courtyard to sit in.
http://peronsmichov.cz/
this is a real favourite of mine ,great food with a cheap lunch menu and I think the only place in the city with Radegast beer from the tank, real quirky courtyard area to sit in.I am often in there for lunch as i ahve agood friend that works nearby.
http://www.kozlovna.eu/en/
another favourite of mine and again cheap lunch menu.Kozel beer from the tank,service can be a bit patchy but generally good.
http://www.potrefenahusaandel.cz/
this one is at Andel and they have several others in the area,part of the Staropramen brewery pubs, good food and decent beer ,service is always pretty good and the food very nice.cheap lunch menu available i think.they hace a place to the Brewery just a few hunderd yards from the one at Andel.I have been in loads of Potrefena Husa places all over the city, indeed all over the country and they have all served up pretty decent food.
The cheap lunch menus I mention tend to only be in Czech though some places may have an english translation (I think Peron does),these are all mid range type places , nothing fancy but not the low end places either.
seriously there must me over 100 places in the general area of Smichov/Andel

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Thanks unclegus!

That's the reason I had to ask - while we're still trying to recover from the time difference, not being inundated with choices/having some recommended places to go to is one less thing to worry about.

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you should be fine with any of them
Peron is probably the nearest but none of them are much more than a 5 or 6 minute walk from your hotel

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Take a look at Wine Market https://www.winemarket.cz/menu. Site in Czech but menu has an English option. Slightly expensive for the area but its in an old market so an unusually pleasant experience in that area.

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that looks a nice place Jason must give it a try next time I am in Prague (August)

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We have to go to Kantyna then, splurge a bit on a nice steak!!

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will make arrangements with you, Andy and Jim are coming along with me too, not at lot planned just going to go with the flow as usual.