The MICHELIN Guide Prague 2021 is released today and features 27 restaurants in the Czech Republic’s capital city.
While the 2021 selection sees no new Stars, both Field and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise retain their One Michelin Stars.
Two restaurants – both new additions to the selection – have been awarded a Bib Gourmand for their good quality, good value cooking.
The Eatery is a cool, industrial-style restaurant with a large kitchen counter, staffed by personable chefs who serve a daily menu of skilfully cooked, easy-to-eat seasonal Czech cuisine.
Dejvická 34 by Tomáš Černý is a cosy, enthusiastically run neighbourhood spot north of the river where the eponymous chef-owner showcases top-quality imported ingredients in robust, flavour-packed Italian and Czech dishes.
Na Kopci, Divinis and Eska also retain their Bib Gourmand awards.
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides said: “We are delighted to have found two more restaurants to add to our list of Bib Gourmand awards in Prague. These restaurants represent the great value for money which can be found in the city, whilst also offering high quality cooking with fantastic flavours.”
The anonymous Michelin inspectors also found four new restaurants worthy of a place in this year’s Prague selection.
Výčep is a modern pub serving tasty, generously sized, classic Czech dishes which have been brought-up-to-date and are accompanied by some great beers.
Taro is a counter restaurant which focuses on Asian – particularly Vietnamese – cooking, with a lunchtime à la carte and a tasting menu in the evenings.
Bockem is a characterful, warmly run spot where traditional Czech flavours are given a contemporary uplift, with flashes of originality.
And QQ Asian Kitchen is a friendly restaurant housed in the Mosaic Hotel and offering fresh, well-priced dishes with bold flavours.
Gwendal Poullennec commented: “Prague offers something for everyone, with an increasingly varied selection of restaurants adding to its dynamic dining scene. Many of these restaurants can be found away from the city centre: trendy, contemporary spots which reflect modern Prague, whilst still paying respect to the country’s culinary traditions.”
This year the Guide to Prague will be published in digital form only, both on our website and via the free iOS or Android apps.