Must-Try Foodie Spots in Prague - S Marks The Spots

Prague was one of the most beautiful cities I’ve visited so far. It’s a place I’ve always wanted to see and actually loved so much that I’m already itching to go back. Just look at those pictures and my Prague vlog – isn’t this city magical? I was lucky enough to get some great recommendations on Facebook and Instagram and with a little bit of research online I had a very long list of cool spots I wanted to discover. Luckily, I managed to squeeze a fair bit in and am sharing here my favourite ones. Don’t forget to check out Part I for more and enjoy! 

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This is exactly what I kept thinking after a long walk on the streets of Prague! I Need Coffee, the sister cafe of Super Tramp, is a hip and laid back little cafe with character. Aside from the good coffee, I really liked the relaxed atmosphere and random artifacts, like the pretty handmade origami right by the windows.  

Address: Na Moráni 1958/7, 128 00 Prague  
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I did get to try a few cocktail bars while in Prague and this one was my favourite by far. L’Fleur ticks all the boxes: great atmosphere, highly skilled mixologists and creative concoctions – no wonder why it has been included amongst the World’s Best Bars. In addition to the fantastic cocktails, you’ll also find a curated selection of champagnes here. A great spot for a night out!

Address: V Kolkovně 920/5, 110 00 Prague 1 
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A meat lover’s paradise! After a full day of exploring my partner in crime and I had dinner at Čestr which proved a good choice for a comforting meal. The atmosphere was a hit and miss as it was way too loud and the staff were acting a little bit funny (language barrier perhaps?) but the meat was perfectly cooked and full of flavour. Make sure to reserve in advance and keep in mind that portions are on the small side, so order accordingly. If you’re not afraid to experiment with desserts, try the beer ice cream – I loved it!

Address: Legerova 75/57, 110 00 Prague 1
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If you are a coffee aficionado, this is spot is a must-visit. Bright, modern and rather crowded at times EMA offers great coffee sourced from some of the best European roasters together with Czech sweet treats and light savoury snacks. There’s no wifi but coffee is excellent and the baristas were very knowledgeable.

Address: Na Florenci 1420/3, 110 00 Prague 1 
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After trying (and loving!) Maso a Kobliha, I was sure that I couldn’t go wrong with Paul Day’s other restaurant, Sansho. Named after the Sichuan peppercorn, the food here has Asian influences and the overall vibe is very informal despite the high prices. While I loved certain dishes like the crispy pork belly with watermelon, I was a bit underwhelmed by others such as the dry sweet pork with coconut rice, so next time I would go back for lunch to be able to order a la carte and not have the dinner set menu. Be sure to reserve well in advance, especially for dinner, and ask for a table on the terrace if the weather is warm.

Address: Petrská 1170/25, 110 00 Prague 1
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If you’ve been reading the blog for a while you know how much I love brunch. You’ve also perhaps seen on my Instagram that I’ve started a barista course, so things are getting serious between coffee and me! Having said that, I think I’d be a regular at Muj Sálek Kávy (which means “My Cup of Coffee”) if I lived in Prague. Coffee was fantastic, the baristas were friendly and the food was tasty indeed. Reservation, especially during the weekend, is a must!

Address: Křižíkova 386/105, 186 00 Prague
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I happen to be a huge tea lover, so you can imagine how happy I was to discover this little gem next to Veltlin wine bar in the Karlin district. Calm, relaxing and warm, Tea Mountain is a very inviting space with a wide variety of teas from India, Japan, China and other far away lands. The staff is friendly and knowledgable, so don’t be afraid to ask for advice and guidance on which tea to choose.

Address: Křižíkova 488, 186 00 Prague 8
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That was all folks; hope you enjoyed the tips! Leave a comment in case you know any other great places in Prague or have been to any of my favourite spots. Oh, and watch this space as I suspect I will be visiting Prague very soon! 

Sandy (@smarksthespots)