Czech food has managed to alienate more people in the last few decades than Lindsay Lohan has in her whole career, all due to most local restaurants simply retiring to bland ready-made cheats full of cheapo ingredients and cholesterol. Lokal was a pioneer on the Prague culinary scene with a clear goal to turn the concept of a lousy ‘traditional‘ pub upside down. The interior remains simple, with scratched-on walls and no-frill communal tables, but the food, largely made of fresh local produce is delightfully honest and well seasoned. Come for a hearty bowl of goulash or a pint of their OCD draught beer from tank and mingle with the busy crowd of tourists and keen locals alike.
Lokál Dlouhá, Dlouhá 33 (metro B: Náměstí Republiky)