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Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague

Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague is located in the city center and close to Prague Castle. U MLYNÁŘE offers a variety of typical Czech dishes, for a very reasonable price. And, they have free WiFi and accept Card-Payments. The Location is cozy and traditional and already a must for my upcoming Trips to Prague.

Restaurace U MLYNÁŘE, or Restaurant U MLYNARE, is located at the Street Nerudova, right below Prague Castle. In this tourist-area you can find the very best Hot Chocolate in Prague as well as Design Hotel Neruda, both recommendable as well. Among their offered Dishes there are four different meatless meals, plus Soups or Salads. You can find their Menu online in English here. As usual in the Czech Republic, as I discovered during my recent Travels, the Vegetarian or Meatless Meals are always written separately or at least marked with a Symbol or V. I’ve chosen their fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce for 150 CZK (~ 5,50 €) and a small mixed salad for 90 CZK (~ 3,30 €). Mixed salads are not consisting of green salad leaves, as you’re probably used to, but out of Bell Peppers, Cucumber and Tomatoes. The two fried cheese pieces, as you can see below, were really tasty and the Tartar Sauce was good as well. The Service was always friendly and I’m definitely coming back!

Address Restaurant U MLYNARE

RESTAURACE U MLYNARE
Nerudova 213/18
Praha 1
tel.: 257 534 589
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Pictures of Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague and my fried Cheese

Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce and a small mixed Salad
Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce and a small mixed Salad

Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague

Restaurant U MLYNAREin Prague
inside Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague

Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague


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4 thoughts on “Restaurant U MLYNARE in Prague

  • 31 - January - 2016 at 11:49 AM
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    Beautiful place!

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  • 19 - January - 2016 at 10:38 AM
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    Superb post however I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this topic?
    I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit further.
    Appreciate it!

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  • 13 - January - 2016 at 4:24 PM
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    This is good to keep in mind for when I go to Prague, thanks for sharing!

    Characters & Carry-ons

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