Café Bambus is a happening and bustling daytime hangout and nightspot that serves tasty food available in a lunch and dinner menu that includes international cuisine, delicious Thai specialties and more. Café Bambus also doubles as a bar and is crowded night and day, a true testimonial to the café’s tasty food, cool atmosphere, good music and delicious cocktails. The cozy interior features close tables, a warm color scheme and interesting ethnic wall art. The real winners at Café Bambus besides the Thai cuisine are the always flowing cocktails that are poured into the night; Café Bambus
Modrý Zub, or the Blue Tooth, is located off of famous Wenceslas Square and is quite possibly the best place to eat some of the spiciest food in Prague. This Thai noodle bar, sister to the fine dining establishment Modry Zub Restaurant, features a modern cafe front and a fast food to go counter in the back; you can choose whether to be seated and served in the pleasant cafe or to sit in the colorful back room with the chefs and the food counter. The food’s spice level served at Modrý Zub is available according to your wishes with a three pepper rating system. If you love spicy food than
Planet Sushi, part of a large chain of about 50 restaurants in Central and Eastern Europe, have also expanded to Prague, in the bustling Anděl district close to the popular shopping center Nový Smíchov. You can look forward to yummy sushi specialties served in a comfortable interior that combines traditional Japanese and modern design and nice staff dressed in traditional kimonos. The restaurant aims to accommodate all tastes and budgets, from a younger sushi eating generation who may not be able to normally afford expensive sushi, to experienced sushi eaters who know exactly what they want.
Noi serves authentic Thai food at very affordable prices in an attractive setting located in the very heart of Mala Strana. The Zen interior is pleasant and comfortable complete with leather and wooden furniture and decorated with statues of Buddha, candles, and blooming orchids. At the back of the main room there is a big window through which you can observe the skillful hands of the Thai cooks. The washrooms are also original and ladies will surely appreciate the high-quality cosmetics available on the washbasin. The attractive courtyard is perfect for a quiet evening meal if you opt for al
Located on bustling Spálená Street is the exciting and refreshingly authentic Modry Zub Restaurant. This fine dining authentic Thai establishment is a sister restaurant to Modry Zub Noodle Bar, which is also located in New Town on Jindrisska Street. This elegant restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients imported from Germany and Austria whenever certain ingredients are needed that the Czech Republic does not import, such as Thai Zucchini and Thai spices. Modry Zub Restaurant, a 100% perfect authentic Thai establishment in the center of Prague also has the honor of wining and dining the