The Prague feed (November 2022): A stylish Sunday brunch and a new English breakfast

Explore newly opened eateries, cafés, and pubs in the Czech capital this month.

Ioana Caloianu

Written by Ioana Caloianu Published on 16.11.2022 15:13:00 (updated on 17.11.2022) Reading time: 4 minutes

A cornucopia of tasty treats from all over the world, hearty Czech meals, and delicious pastries to keep you well-fed in preparation for the upcoming holiday season.

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The Mozart Prague|Since October, The Mozart Prague has been offering a Sunday brunch allowing guests to sample a selection of international culinary arts from its restaurant. The entries range from Thai Beef Salad and Prawn Mousse for Appetizers, to Octopus Taco for the main course, and Pumpkin Crumble for Dessert. Additionally, the guests have the opportunity to use a children’s corner with a babysitter.

Oak Bistro Prague|Newly opened in Vinohrady Oak combines a café, bistro, and wine bar under the symbol of Britain's national tree. The British "greasy spoon" is also the inspiration for their breakfasts, brunches, freshly baked rolls, and sandwiches, "albeit modernized with new techniques and fresh approach." In addition to a Full English, the Oak also serves vegetarian and vegan breakfasts (brunch is served until 3 p.m.) washed down with coffee beans roasted in-house. Later on, keep things interesting with the poutine or fish and chips kimchi paired with carefully selected beer and wine.

Ragazzi Pizza & Bar|The newly opened Italian-style restaurant wants to be your "living room outside of your home." Its autumn specials include Pizza Mortadella and Burrata, Pumpkin Salad, and Desert Apricot Sweet Pizza. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can enjoy all of these as part of their brunch menu, which also includes fresh Orange Juice, Prosecco Extra Dry DOC, or, if you're feeling decadent, a bottle of Moet Brut Imperial.

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Prague's best vegan eateries |Did you know that November is World Vegan Month? Check out some of Prague's best vegan eateries in our newly published guide.

Share Sweetbar|This new vegan patisserie and café also features a yoga studio. Their mission is to take traditional recipes and add value to them, in "the right step for our health, the planet, and the soul." They offer plant-based desserts, as well as wedding cakes, and catering for events.

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History on a plate

Restaurant Tiskárna Národní|With a new First Republic menu, Tiskárna Národní (newly opened sister location of the original Tiskárna) is the place to visit in November, a month that celebrates Czechia’s fight for freedom and independence. Its menu includes Czech classics with a twist, plus thematic dishes based on recipes from cookbooks going back a century, such as Veal Spider with Prague Ham, or Tafelspitz with Young Spinach, all of them created by chef David Kalina. Party like it’s 1919 with Czech and Austrian wines, and Pilsner on tap. 

Cozy new cafés just in time for winter

Café by Tretter's|A labor of love born four generations ago, the Tretter family's café is inspired by the tradition of café bars from other European capitals. One part of the café allows guests to sample dishes from the cold Tretter's Bistro Menu, while the other is for quick consumption or takeaway. The menu includes Croissants, French Éclairs, homemade donuts, and cakes, many of them made with premium Wimbledon strawberries, paired with selected coffee and ice teas.

Supernova Bakehouse |Home to "explosively delicious croissants," Supernova Bakehouse wants to add cheer to your day. You can either visit them and admire the contemporary art and interior design, such as colorful vases created by the Dechem studio, or take some of their delicious treats to go. How about some Pistacchio cake, or Nutella Snails, which is a new entry on this month's menu?

Winter menus are warming up

Manifesto Market winter menu Already a staple of the Prague food scene, the eclectic Manifesto Market offers a winter menu in many of its restaurants. Sample Christmas specialties like creamy pumpkin soup and hearty Kiev cutlet with mashed potatoes and peas at the Ukrainian restaurant Barva; try takoyaki, a popular Japanese street food at Taiko Ramen Bar; and drink SOOT bar's hot lemonade with rosehips, rich in vitamin C to boost your immune system. Manifesto's location is covered and heated during the cold season.

Vždycky Dobrý|A pub run by a Czech-American family is offering a Thanksgiving menu for delivery. Orders should be placed by Nov. 17 to guarantee delivery. The feast includes turkey, green bean casserole, cheesy potatoes, and, pumpkin pie.

A Thanksgiving feast including the traditional pumpkin pie. Photo: Element5/Pexels
Illustrative image of a Thanksgiving feast including the traditional pumpkin pie. Photo: Element5/Pexels

Winter-proof street food + pull-your-own beer

Automate Matuška|Spotted in Prague 6: a vending machine (or automat in Czech) for Matuška beer, which is the perfect way to indulge in your love for the artisanal beer, which has been brewed since 2009 without filtration or pasteurization.

Terminál Karlín|The recently opened Terminál Karlín geared up for the winter with ski tents, in preparation for its Christmas market. The venue offers Asian cuisine with a street food twist, such as Bao Buns, Korean Chicken Tonkatsu, or sweet potato fries. For a seasonal twist, try the warm, homemade forest fruit remoulade, or the warm pear Becherovka punch.

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