With the help of some local experts, Anthony Bourdain tests the new culinary landscape in the "city of spires."Go to Episode
Café Savoy has been in operation for over 100 years and was recently renovated to it's original splendor with sparkling chandeliers and an ornate plaster ceiling.
Vitezna 5, 15000 Prague, Czech Republic
David Cerny is a Czech sculptor whose works can be seen in many locations throughout Prague including an outdoor courtyard at the Dox Center for Contemporary Art in Prague.
Osadni 34, 170 00 Prague 7, Czech Republic
The Czech menu at La Degustation comes primarily from an obscure 1880 cookbook by Marie Svobodova. Tony meets Chef Sahajdák in the dining room for a few of the chef's favorite recipes.
Hastalska 18, 110 00, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Pivovarsky Klub serves over 200 local and hard-to-find brews. Tony and food and travel writer Evan Rail meet for dinner and drinks.
Krizikova 17, Karlin, Praha 8, Prague, Czech Republic
Restaurant & Hotel U Medvidku
Once a brewery, U Medvidku is now one of the largest beer halls in Prague, well-known for traditional Czech cuisine and world-class beer.
Na Perstyne 7, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
Sapa Vietnamese Market
The Asian Trade Center Sapa is a microcosm of the northern Vietnamese hill town of the same name. Tony enjoys a bowl of pho at one of the many local joints.
Libusska 1, Prague 4, Czech Republic
Wenceslas Square (Sausage Stands)
Over 600 years ago Wenceslas Square was a horse market, but today it's Prague's most famous and impressive boulevard. Tony takes a stroll with local chef Zdenek Pohlreich.
Prague, Czech Republic