When visiting a foreign country, dining out can seem very daunting – especially when you don’t speak a word of the language! When holidaying in Prague, however, there are measures you can take to ensure your dining experience is as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
One way to track down the best restaurants near to where you’re staying is to ask hotel staff. If you’re staying in a B&B, the owners can recommend places to eat and tell you in advance how much you can expect to spend. Another top tip is to eat in established restaurants or those which you’ve already encountered closer to home. Whilst it’s nice to sample the local culture, well-known eateries such as the Hard Rock Café and the Bellevue are solid choices if you’re feeling nervous.
When it comes to giving tips, a 5-15% contribution is appreciated, but not expected. Be wary: some eateries include service charges as part of your bill. Be sure to check this out to avoid overpaying.