Prague's best hotel brunches: Where to enjoy weekend bubbles and buffets

A gourmet guide to the Czech capital's hotel brunches: Spend a special-occasion Saturday or Sunday with bubbles, seafood, and more. Staff

Written by Staff Published on 20.07.2023 15:45:00 (updated on 21.07.2023) Reading time: 5 minutes

Hotel brunches have become tradition in Prague with some of the city's most exclusive hotels opening their doors to the public for special-occasion dining experiences over the weekend. Most hotels put out a sizeable spread of the basics, from egg dishes to flaky pastries, complemented with seafood or grilled fare and plenty of Prosecco. Entertainment, live music, and babysitting are sometimes included in the deal.

We tried a number of hotel brunches, including several enticing new entries in the weekend brunch game. What we discovered was that brunch is no longer limited to eggs Benedict but now includes burgers, noodles, and custom cocktails. Read more in our guide to Prague's best weekend hotel brunches.

Monkey Bar Jungle Brunch at the Falkensteiner Hotel Prague

Monkey Bar
Monkey Bar

The Monkey Bar provides an ambient and relaxed setting – both indoors and outdoors. Its brunch menu, known as the "Jungle Brunch," offers a range of dishes: from smoked pancetta served with a cheddar cheese omelet to udon (Japanese-style) noodles with Argentinian shrimp. 

The brunch includes a la carte options such as the pulled pork burger (CZK 350), which contains truffle mayo, cheddar cheese, and caramelized onions; or the monkey fried chicken (CZK 420), which came with a generous portion of crisp parmesan fries. Other dishes on the extensive brunch menu are eggs benedict with homemade brioche bread; pistachio and basil pesto risotto; french toast with mascarpone cream; and a rice bowl with wakame. 

For drinks, two sweet deals that come with the brunch are bottomless margarita or Mimosa cocktails (CZK 750 per person for each). The restaurant staff is pleasant and attentive, and the Monkey Bar has plenty of outdoor seating space – with blankets and roof heaters provided in case of chilly weather – and seats inside with a smart interior design.

  • Monkey Bar Jungle Brunch
  • Saturday and Sunday, 12:30–3:30 p.m.
  • Price: Pay a la carte, bottomless mimosas are CZK 750
  • Menu

The Mozart Prague

The Mozart Prague
The Mozart Prague

Brunch at The Mozart is a feast for the senses and includes three courses with a range of meaty and vegetarian options. The great live music performance from Lady and the Devil creates a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the pleasant courtyard seating area. The staff is attentive, ensuring the brunches cater to individual requirements. The drinks are unlimited, whether you choose the option with or without alcohol, or custom-made non-alcoholic cocktails. 

At CZK 1,350 per person and CZK 490 for children under twelve, The Mozart's Sunday Brunch offers excellent value considering the quantity and quality of the food, the live entertainment, and the drinks included. What's more, the hotel ensures a relaxed and carefree atmosphere by offering a kids' play area with a nanny, engaging children in fun activities so that parents can while away the afternoon with great food and drink.

The Augustine, a Luxury Collection Prague Hotel

Augustine brunch

A cornucopia of tastes, all to the highest standards, in a high-end place that feels like Prague at its finest: this is Augustine’s Sunday brunch in a nutshell. The brunch is all-you-can-eat (but the variety of dishes is so great that you’re unlikely to even taste them all), and costs CZK 1,600 without alcohol, CZK 2,200 with unlimited prosecco, and CZK 3,200 with unlimited champagne, which is a great value for the center of Prague. 

The restaurant has both an indoor and an outdoor seating area, both of them perfect for summer days, and is kid-friendly. Tuck into fresh seafood (from squid to very fresh oysters), a dazzling array of appetizers (a standout is the strawberry gazpacho), meat that’s grilled in front of your eyes (as succulent or done as you like it), plus macaroons, cheese, and sweet delights.

Towards the end of the brunch, Chef Jan Horák, the mastermind behind the menu, stops to chat with guests and offer them homemade ice lollies, adding a personable touch to the otherwise luxurious experience.

  • Augustine Sunday Brunch
  • Sunday, 12:30-4:00 p.m.
  • CZK 1,600/per person without alcohol, CZK 2,200 with alcohol
  • Menu
  • Kid friendly

The Artisan

The Artisan
The Artisan

A classy affair at The Artisan, a modern "zero-waste" restaurant with Czech cuisine inside Prague's Marriott Hotel in the center of Prague, the Sunday "buffet" brunch lets clients choose from 46 courses including special "The Artisan" dishes by chef David Rejhon. The price per person is CZK 1,495 including alcoholic beverages, CZK 595 for children 7-12 years old, while children under 6 years of age have free entry, and clients can enjoy free parking during the brunch, which includes live music and a raffle.

  • The Artisan Sunday Brunch
  • Sunday from 12:00 p.m.
  • CZK 1,495/person
  • Kid Friendly
  • Buffet Style
  • Menu

Mama Shelter

Mama Shelter’s Sunday brunch takes place every Sunday for a price of CZK 790 (including a welcome drink, plus non-alcoholic drinks from the buffet). A seasonal buffet incorporating fresh ingredients and the chef’s touch, it boasts something for everyone: from Lorraine pie to spring cabbage rolls with vegetarian gyoza for starters; beef burger to polenta with grenaille, grilled vegetables, and rice pilaf; and from pistachio brûlée to panna cotta for dessert.

  • Mama Shelter Sunday Brunch
  • Sunday, 12:00–3:00 p.m.
  • CZK 790/person
  • All you can eat
  • Menu
Mama Shelter / Photo: Instagram
Photo via Instagram/Mama Shelter

Buddha Bar Hotel

Turn your breakfast into brunch at Buddha Bar Prague’s Siddharta Café, which offers both a cold breakfast version (for CZK 550), or a full all-you-can-eat buffet (for CZK 780), both of them available every day of the week. The cuisine is a mix of international dishes (such as many types of sausages, warm dishes, bread, and sweet pastry), including an Asian, French, or fitness breakfast. Those with a sweet tooth will undoubtedly enjoy their sweet breakfast dishes, such as pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries. 

  • Buddha Bar Brunch
  • Saturday and Sunday, 7:30–14:00
  • CZK 550 for the cold breakfast / CZK 780 for the full breakfast
  • Buffet style
  • Menu

Hilton Prague

Hilton Prague Old Town's Zinc Restaurant has a popular Sunday brunch, a long-time favorite among local families. The food ranges from oysters, caviar, and seafood to delectable desserts. A supervised kids’ corner and a kids’ menu appeal to parents. For more details and reservations, the hotel is asking guests to contact them via email:

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