Kampa Park

Na Kampě 523/8B, 118 00 Prague-Prague 1, Czech Republic


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Austrian owner Nils Jebens has been called the Terence Conran of Prague for the empire of stylish restaurants he’s assembled since moving here in 1994. Kampa Park was his first hit, and it remains at the top of the culinary heap. The resident chefs keep the cuisine lively, with menus like a recent one that highlighted the signature dishes of international masters Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Daniel Boulud and Nobu Matsuhisa.

Known for the best seafood in the city, the restaurant also has some of the best views, thanks to its location right by the Charles Bridge. Past the photo gallery at the entrance is a bar and dining room with deep-red walls, but it’s the less formal riverside terrace that has the premier tables. Sitting here, it feels like you’re sailing on a wooden boat—one that keeps the iconic bridge always in view. In winter, heat lamps and lap blankets keep you warm as you dig into sophisticated dishes like seared foie gras with pineapple chutney; and olive oil–poached halibut with black truffles, crispy bacon and mashed potatoes. The extensive wine list includes lots of Czech choices, and since you’ll want to walk the picturesque streets back to your hotel, indulge in dessert.

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