The still developing customer service industry in Prague means you might not find any engaging wait staff at your fun Prague restaurant. We've made these suggestions mainly based on interiors or other interesting elements that will hopefully make your meal more amusing.
For entertaining interiors Lehka Hlava, with its vaguely spacey look is a cool backdrop to the restaurant's excellent and creative vegetarian fare. Radost F/X also goes to the extreme with its decorating style, while Bar Bar has a variety of interesting art pieces to admire. The Hard Rock Café's giant crystal guitar suspended from the ceiling is a sight to behold, and the comfort of their menu may soothe stomachs suffering from dumpling overload.
Menu-wise Stoleti's creative dish names will have you suppressing a chuckle while ordering and Amigos phone book size menu can be entertaining, as well as adventurous (Mexican food in Prague?). For a rollicking Czech pub experience hit the legendary U Medvidku where you'll have to force the waiters to stop bringing you more beer. To experience a Czech pub, with better food and style, hit Lokal.
Lokalblok has a rock climbing wall so you can either work up an appetite, or work off the meal you've just consumed. For some singing and dancing (by the employees and guests) visit Folklore Gardens for a traditional Czech meal accompanied by some authentic entertainment.
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