July 30th 2019

Would you like to have dinner in the same place where Emperor Rudolf II used to eat secretly? In a restaurant that is undoubtedly one of Prague’s fine dining scene legends? And for surprisingly reasonable money? In that case, on the way from Malostranske namesti 100 meters before Charles Bridge turn right and then right again. And you will stand in front of the amazing historical restaurant U Malířů 1543.

Upon entering the restaurant, visitors will be enchanted by the historical atmosphere and magic of old times.
The restaurant was established in 1543 and, amongst its “barflies”, was Emperor Rudolph II who came to dine there on recommendation from his royal staff, who were sent to find the most hospitable restaurant in the area.

The remarkable menu is accompanied by unique design of the restaurant decorated with magnificent murals from 1936-37. A combination of traditional cuisine, high quality wines and historical interior will enable visitors to entirely enjoy the atmosphere and fully appreciate the dinner at such a remarkable place which restaurant U Malířů doubtlessly is. And if you fancy about really fine dining, why not try our Prague casual evening food tour? Just visit our webpage and book now!