Where to go in Pilsen to find food from every corner of the world?
Of course, when it comes to Czech food we’ve got more than enough options. Yet, we all sometimes crave something a bit more exotic, the kind of food you can’t just make at home. Are you interested in trying some Asian or Mexican specialties? Do you prefer Indian cuisine or are looking to find some Greek delicacies? Here you can choose from our list of Pilsen’s foreign-food restaurants.
Got your mind set on Asian cuisine?
Do you love Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai or Japanese food? If so, you definitely won’t go hungry while visiting Pilsen’s city centre. You’ll immediately find two Asian restaurants on Americká Street, both of which are worth a visit. The first of them, The Golden Dragon (Zlatý drak), offers tons of different Asian meals. We would recommend the sushi. You’ll find the restaurant Mely near the “Thank you, America!” monument (Památník Díky, Ameriko!), and it’s here that you can choose between their daily specials and ordinary menu. Try meals such as Bun Bo Nam Bo and Pad Thai, they’re absolutely worth it. If you’re crazy for sushi, we recommend visiting the restaurant Zeke Sushi, near the Great Theatre in Smetanovy sady Park. You’re going to have a hard time choosing, there’s so many great options.
- www.zlatydrakplzen.cz (Americká 16, Pilsen – map)
- melyrestaurant.cz (Americká 8, Pilsen – map)
- www.zekesushi.cz (Smetanovy sady 13, Pilsen – map)
Indian restaurants in Pilsen’s city centre
Whether spicy or mild, food from India and Nepal simply taste great. If you’re in the mood, head to the centre of town where the Everest and Buddha restaurants are located. You’ll find them within walking distance of the main square. Next you can try visiting Masala Ghar for some outstanding Indian meals, which is located inside one of the buildings on Republic Square. The restaurant Ganesh is proud to serve guests in their cosy courtyard patio that can be found on Americká Street.
Mexican delicacies at Pancho’s
If your dreams are full of burritos, fajitas and nachos, we would recommend going for dinner to the Mexican restaurant Pancho’s, situated near Mikuláš Square (Mikulášské náměstí) in Pilsen’s Slovany neighbourhood. They’re open for lunch by 12 p.m. on weekends, and for dinner after 4 p.m. on weekdays. PS: A large assortment of tequila is hiding away in their menu!
Specialties of Greek cuisine
Fresh tzatziki, delicious olives, delectable spitz, gyros and other Greek specialties, including meat-free options, can be found at Akropolis, the Greek restaurant located in Pilsen’s Roudná neighbourhood, and within walking distance of the city centre. Expect to find the menu full of moussaka, stuffed feta cheese peppers, real Greek salads and, of course, Greek wine.
Our tip: Lebanese food at CEDR
In this unambiguous eatery on Jungmannova Street you’ll find meals consisting of fresh Lebanese cuisine, every day from Monday to Saturday. Whether you go for the lamb meat with any one of their many sauces, falafel or other vegetarian options, you’re sure enjoy your quality, low-priced food.