Sunday Brunch is organized by several Prague restaurants. It is a connection of good meal, social event and Sunday relax. Brunch is something between breakfast and lunch, it usually starts befor lunch and lasts to afternoon hours. The word is originated from English Breakfast and lunch. Brunches are often served in big hotels or in the hotels chains. It is an advantage because there are top chefs.
Brunch is usually served as a buffet or as a degustation, you have to pay the notice price and then you can eat as much as you can. In this price, there are also soft drinks, beer, win or hot drinks included. There are discounts for children. Live music or program for children is often important part of brunch.
If you want to take your friends, family, children or your business partners, do not hesitate, because brunch will be the right choice.
Recommended restaurants in Prague:
Restaurant Zinc is located in hotel Hilton Prague Old Town, in the city centre. The head chef and his team prepare every sunday great selection of dishes, english cusine style. Salt baked leg of lamb, roast Rib Eye Steak, lemon and thyme roast chicken, onion and cheddar cheese salad, Scotch eggs, smoked salmon, fresh oysters, lobters, prawns, traditional fish pie, Yorkshire pudding, glazed carrot and turnip and much more. Parking for the guests free of charge.
Price: 1.150 CZK per person, children to 6 free of charge,
Restaurant La Rotonde
The elegant, Art Deco La Rotonde restaurant is found in the centre of Prague in the well-known Hotel Alcron. An experienced team of chefs, with the well-known Roman Paulus at the helm, is on hand every Sunday of the year to prepare a brunch of outstanding specialties from Czech and international cuisine right before your eyes.
Restaurant Hergetova Cihelna
Restaurace Hegerova Cihelna is found in the heart of the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) on the banks of the River Vltava right beside Charles’ Bridge and is therefore the ideal place for refreshment after a Sunday stroll through the historic centre of Prague. Brunch at the restaurant is ideal for families with children.
Restaurant Zlatá Praha
Restaurace Zlatá Praha is found in the centre of Prague on the banks of the Vltava River at the hotel InterContinental Prague. You can enjoy outstanding dishes whilst taking a wonderful panoramic view of Prague. Brunch is accompanied by live piano music. There is also a children’s play corner for the kids. The restaurant’s outdoor terrace is open during the summer. Head Chef Pavel Buchwaldek and his team are on hand to prepare a wide range of dishes. Brunch consists of warm and chilled buffet. The icing on the cake comes in the form of some outstanding sweets from the hotel confectioner, ice cream and fruits.
MEZE Restaurant is a new Mediterranean restaurant in the very heart of Prague´s bustling Karlín. Guests of the restaurant can look forward to a true Mediterranean feast with a wide selection of delicacies prepared with the fresh ingredients. There is variety on offer with fish, seafood and meat cuts prepared on an open grill directly in front of diners. The classic cold buffet is enriched by traditional dips and spreads such as aioli, taramasand tzatziki. There is a special theme to the Sunday brunch once a month such as game or fresh water fish. Guests can now also enjoy their brunch in style on Saturdays. They can choose the delicious meat or fish mezes directly from the a la carte menu and receive personal table service by the restaurant´s attentive waiting staff.
Price: 695 CZKper person, children from 6 - 12 years 295, children under 6 years eat free
Restaurant Mlýnec prepare every saturday and sunday brunch called Roast and you can enjoy selection of starters, main courses and desserts. Roasted steaks, Yorkshire pudding, roasted vegetables, gilled fish, sweets, salads and much more. Price includes also sparkling wine, unlimited sof drinks and selected local wines. Supervised children’s corner available.
Price: 990 CZK per person, children to 6 years free of charge, children 7-12 years - 50% discount
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