Prague Mediterranean Restaurants
Delicacies from France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Morocco, Tunis, Lebanon and others include regional specialities prepared in traditional ways but they also have the same meals with a modern twist. Either way, it tastes great. A selection of different meat dishes including duck, beef, chicken, lamb and veal plus fish and seafood options including the long-running offer of “all you can eat” tiger prawns. You can have a big lunch or in the evening it’s popular to buy a bottle of wine and select you own tapas-style food from the menu. In my opinion, Oliva probably has the most original dessert selection in the city. 20 minute walk or 3 tram stops. Read more and/or make a reservation at Oliva.
Zdeneks Oyster Bar
If you think it’s busy at lunchtime then forget coming here in the evening without a reservation especially at weekends. Shortly after opening in 2011 Zdeneks rightly earned the reputation for offering the best seafood and shellfish in the city. It’s also become one of the top 3 places in the city for champagne. Basically you would consider this as a high-end restaurant but with oysters from CZK200 and wine by the glass it’s worth a stop if you’ve never tried them before. Read more and/or make a reservation at Zdeneks.