5 restaurants in Prague where you can greet spring with an Easter feast

Easter is just around the corner

Easter is the time of celebration, new beginnings and delicious food. You can easily combine all this by enjoying a festive feast prepared by Prague’s seasoned chefs. Our partner RESTU, the biggest restaurant guide in the Czech Republic, brings five tips to restaurants that will spoil your taste buds with specials from lamb and rabbit meat, fresh salads or almond desserts.

As the days are getting longer, Easter – the colourful celebration of spring – is just around the corner. After a dense winter, it freshens up our diet and brings along traditional meals such as lamb specials or nettle stuffing. And although mom’s Easter cakes taste divine, there is something about brand new gastronomy adventures that we can’t resist. Take your family out this year and enjoy an Easter feast in one of the renowned restaurants in Prague. Many offer a special menu for the entire week preceding the Easter weekend, so you can try the fresh spring specials even if you plan to leave the capital for the holidays.

On the website of RESTU you will find a review of all the engaged restaurants as well as their rating and a detailed description of the menu to be served.

All courses, interesting information on the restaurants and most importantly the possibility to book your Easter menu in just a few short clicks can be found at www.restu.cz/en/festival/easter/

We have chosen five Prague restaurants where you can feast during the Easter festivities. Just loosen your belt and indulge in these appetizing menus.

Kalina cuisine & vins

If you want to experience a harmony of delicious meals and perfectly combined wines, come to visit the Dlouhá street in Old Town. The recognized chef Miroslav Kalina and the sommelier Vít Hepnar have joined their forces there in a unique restaurant concept which is highly praised among many visitors. Come see it for yourself and try their Easter menu with a cream of green peas with goat cheese mousse or a roasted dairy goatling with fricasee of spring vegetables and nettle filling. You can complete the six-course menu with the famously fitting wines and pay 1 350 CZK for the entire experience.

Easter Menu @ Kalina cuisine & vins

La Boucherie & Bistrot M.

Not too far from Kinského Gardens in Prague, there is a little corner of France with a focus on its authentic delicacies. The restaurant is renowned for its demanding and thoughtful owner and chef who takes care of the guests in person. During Easter holidays, your tastes will purr with pleasure over a roast beef served with some sauce Ravigote or a rack of lamb in a honey-thyme crust on a bed of flageolet beans. As one of the few restaurants, La Boucherie & Bistrot M. will serve a chocolate dessert – a cake with rum and passion fruit sauce. You can enjoy the four-course menu from 745 CZK without wine, for 895 CZK with wine included or you can make use of the favourable prices for two.

Easter Menu @ La Boucherie & Bistrot M.

Augustine Restaurant

Despite being located in the twisted streets of the Little Quarter and the core of Prague, the Augustine restaurant is a pleasant and peaceful place where you will receive all the privacy you can ask for. You can also enjoy lunch or dinner in the upstairs suite with a 360° view at the picturesque “Mother of Cities”. The local chef Marek Fichtner, also known as a judge in the cooking TV show MasterChef, is famous for his creative combinations and unusual culinary procedures. This year he prepared a five-course festive menu and throughout the evening, you will taste his rabbit terrine with watercress and red radishes, a lamb fillet with Ramson crepinette and spring potatoes or a dandelion honey sponge with violet mascarpone. Let yourself be lured by a menu for 1 250 CZK, you won’t regret it.

Easter Menu @ Augustine Restaurant

Chateau St. Havel

If you fancy a little bit of a fairy tale castle atmosphere, do not hesitate to visit Chateau St. Havel situated in the calm surroundings of the Kunratický brook. Here, the recognized chef Ondřej Slanina combines traditional recipes with modern gastronomy and he uses ingredients mostly from local farmers. You can enjoy his legit festive menu which contains delicacies such as nettle cream with roasted chicken galantine, a confit lamb elbow on red wine or a honey cake with nut cream cheese. Additionally, there is a possibility to savour the meal in the charming indoor garden with a view to an English park. What more could you wish for, and for a pleasant price of 690 CZK for one menu.

Easter Menu @ Chateau St. Havel

Argument restaurant

The Argument restaurant in Bubeneč is a young and stylish location which unites a modern edge with a Thirties-inspired design. The eyes of visitors will be pleased by the exhibited graphics by Adolf Born and Tomáš Bíma and the interior aims for coziness and homely ease. The Easter weekend here will include the traditional terrine from a confit rabbit leg with peace puree, marinated fennel and nettle salsa, as well as a slowly roasted lamb leg filled with wild garlic or a grilled supreme with a pistachio crust. 

Easter Menu @ Argument restaurant

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