Prague Japanese Restaurants

Samurai

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Samurai

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Samurai

A short 10 minute walk from the top of Wenceslas Square, it lists itself as a “sushi restaurant” but really, it is probably the only Prague Japanese restaurant to have the size and scale to pull off being a truly all-encompassing Japanese restaurant. Without doubt the best choice of sushi in Prague and within that choice, also the largest selection of fish/seafood. At two days notice they’ll also provide lobster to go with your meal. Outside of the sushi choice is of course the Teppan selection. You choose a specific meat/fish option or a set combination (generally includes prawns and scallops) and you’ll get that plus Miso soup, vegetables, shrimps, fried rice, sauces and sorbet for dessert. And that’s less than HALF the menu. I could go on through the various specialist meat, fish, noodle and salad sections but, I’ll leave you to browse and choose at your leisure. Read more and/or make a reservation at Samurai.

 

Millhouse Kaitan

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Millhouse Kaitan

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Millhouse Kaitan

The longest running sushi restaurant in Prague that I know of so that says something. Basic knowledge of sushi will give you an advantage but the whole menu is also available in pictures so you’ll see what you’ll be getting. A selection of Maki, Sashimi, Nigiri and Tempura will work out at @1000CZK for 2 people plus drinks. As well as sushi they do a nice line in Terriyaki and the soups are very nice as well. So not the cheapest but, given the central and private location, clean fresh interior and menu options it’s my first choice for a hour or so of evening eating in the centre. Read more and/or make a reservation at Millhouse Kaitan

Planet Sushi

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Planet Sushi

Prague Japanese Restaurants, Planet Sushi

A main dining area as you walk in off the street and another narrow area on the side for couples (smaller tables) plus one special table for two that they’ve built which basically lets you sit on the floor (raised) while you eat next to the frosted front window. Comfortable yet spartan furnishings but again when the food arrives you’ve got nothing on the table to get in the way except maybe your drinks. We use this place for an evening meal before going into the Palace Cinema in the opposite building complex. Good selection of sushi, fairly quick service so long as you don’t order something that has to be made separately and a good location for anybody wanting to make a short detour to see Andel. Read more and/or make a reservation at Planet Sushi.

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