Kosher Restaurants in Prague - Kosher Food 2023

Last updated :February 2023

There are several kosher restaurants in Prague, most of them in the Jewish quarter area.

  • King David

    An excellent restaurant located in the kosher King David hotel. Offers a dairy breakfast and a buffet-style meat dinner. During the rest of the day, a coffee bar is active in the lobby offering sandwiches, toasts, pastries and drinks.
    They also offer Saturday meals.

    : Rabbi Eliyahu Rotenberg in cooperation with the Kosher department of the Jewish community in Prague.
    Address: Hotel King David, Hybernská 1674/42, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia.

  • Chabad Grill

    An elegant meat restaurant.

    : Chabad Prague.
    Address: U Milosrdných 849/6, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

  • Shelanu Pizzeria

    Pizzeria and cafe owned by a Chabad house in the Jewish quarter.

    : Chabad Prague.
    Address: Břehová 208/8, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia.

  • Dinitz

    Meat restaurant in the Jewish quarter.

    : Chief Rabbinate Prague.
    Address: Bílkova 12, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia.

  • U-Milo

    Kosher Italian dairy restaurant.

    : Chabad Prague.
    Address: U Milosrdných 4, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia.

Recommended Hotels in Prague

  • Hotel King David Prague 

    The King David Hotel Prague is strictly kosher, and is located within walking distance of most tourist attractions, shopping centers and the Jewish quarter. All hotel rooms are air-conditioned, furnished in an elegant style, spacious and soundproof.

    Suitable for Shabbat keepers: Shabbat keys. The hotel has an active synagogue, and the hospitality on Shabbat includes respectable Shabbat meals (dinner on Friday and lunch on Shabbat).

    The hotel is operated on a kosher basis only, and offers special services such as kosher foods, a synagogue and a mikvah.

    In the morning, a rich, dairy and kosher buffet-style breakfast is served. Galat-kosher dinner buffet is served from Sunday to Thursday. There is also a cafe and a drinks bar.

    The hotel has a spa center that offers a variety of facilities, such as a swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna.

  • Grand Hotel Bohemia 

    An excellent and inexpensive 5-star hotel in a perfect location in the heart of Prague. Near Gunpowder Tower and Palladium Mall. 10 minutes walk from the Prague Chabad house and the kosher restaurants.

    The hotel rooms are large, and include a mini bar, electric kettle and coffee/tea making facilities.

Kosher hotel in Prague - Hotel Grand Hotel Bohemia.
Hotel Grand Hotel Bohemia. Photo from
  • Grandior Hotel Prague 

    A great and modern 5-star hotel in the center of Prague, about a ten-minute walk from the Gunpowder Tower and fifteen minutes from the Old Town Square.

    The rooms are large and decorated in a modern style, and include a minibar, electric kettle and coffee/tea making facilities.

    Attractive and affordable price!

  • Hotel Caruso 

    A boutique hotel in the heart of the Jewish quarter, adjacent to the Chabad house and close to all the tourist sites. Relatively small but clean and pleasant. Very nice staff. They provide kosher keepers, upon request, with disposable dishes and uncut vegetables for breakfast.

Suitable for Shabbat observant: doors with mechanical mechanism – normal key, close to synagogue, Chabad house and kosher restaurants.

  • Hotel Rott 

    An excellent 4-star hotel located right in the heart of the old city – adjacent to the main square. Five minutes walk to the Jewish Quarter.

    The hotel rooms are air-conditioned and include a minibar, electric kettle and coffee/tea making facilities.

Tip: It is recommended to upgrade for a small fee to a larger superior room.

  • President Hotel 

    An excellent five-star hotel. A minute’s walk from the Chabad house’s dairy restaurant.

  • Ambassador Zlata Husa

    An excellent hotel at an attractive price (almost half the price of King David and Intercontinental). Central location in the pedestrian street in Vaclav Square.

Vacation Rentals in Prague (Recommended for Kosher Observant)

  • Four Trees 

    A stunning apartment hotel in Prague, 13 minutes away from the Chabad House. Fully equipped kitchen and wireless internet. Right in the center, a few minutes from the Palladium and the Gunpowder Tower.

  • Six Continents 

    An apartment hotel 12 minutes’ walk from the Chabad House. With a fully equipped kitchen and wireless internet. Spacious and clean apartments including a washing machine. The only drawback is the fourth floor without an elevator.

  • Old Town Square Apartments 

    A great and inexpensive apartment hotel in the center of Prague, near the old town. 9 minutes’ walk from the “Alt Noi” synagogue and the Jerusalem synagogue. 8 minutes walk from the Chabad house. The apartments include a fully equipped kitchen and heating. Some are suitable for up to 10 people.

  • Seven Wishes Boutique Residence 

    Modern and beautiful apartments in a variety of sizes. Up to 5 people in the apartment. A little far from the Jewish quarter – about half an hour’s walk.

    Each apartment includes a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, kettle and more. Some apartments have a balcony.

    The building is renovated and includes an elevator to the upper floors.

  • Prague Letna Apartments

    Excellent apartments in Prague near Letna Park. About 25 minutes’ walk from the Chabad house and the kosher restaurants. The apartments are renovated and modern and include a kitchen equipped with everything needed for cooking and preparing meals.

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