Prague Evening Food Tour

Prague Evening Food Tour

Sample lots of local wine and discover the backstreet bistros and family-run cafes serving the tastiest traditional food in Prague’s romantic Lesser Town.
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4 hours



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Experience a secret and delicious side of Prague…

Spend a magical evening enjoying the mystery of Prague’s Lesser Town, a Renaissance neighbourhood found around the foothills of Prague Castle. This charming area may be close to the tourist hotspots, but it’s still tucked away enough for you to escape the crowds and enjoy a unique experience. Your local guide will take you down tiny backstreets to discover some of the city’s most-loved hidden gems.

You’ll visit secret wine cellars, small bistros and family-run cafés to savour Prague’s tastiest food and drink. As you walk, you’ll pass famous, but lesser-known sights like the John Lennon Wall, Kampa Island and David Cerny’s unique sculptures.

After a day of sightseeing,  join us on this enchanting evening experience in Malá Strana (Lesser Town). 

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24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Let's make one of your favourite Prague memories together



In addition to receiving our food lover's guide to Prague, your local guide will give you their tips and picks to the best spots in town



Our aim is to make all possible accommodations for gluten-free, dairy-free or vegetarian diets

How to Arrive for Your Prague Food Tour

How you get there is up to you (transport to the meeting point is not included)

When you reserve your spot, we’ll give you the exact location of the meeting point

At the end of our tour, our guides can point you in the right direction or call a taxi for you (or give you a recommendation of what to see next nearby)

Your Food Tour Schedule



The tour starts in the Prague Castle area (a 10 minute walk from Pohořelec tram stop) and ends in the Old Town, close to several public transport options.



You can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour date. For further details please review our cancellation policy.



The tour runs Sunday to Thursday. Closing on Christmas holidays and one week in February.

My wife and I booked the evening food tour. Neil was our guide and he was brilliant. Very insightful about Czech history and even more so about Czech food. We enjoyed every food stop but the goulash was special! The night cap was perfect to end the night as well.

- Peter – Tripadvisor Review

Very highly recommended. We spent a wonderful evening with Vladimir, and were extremely impressed with the quality of the tour. The food is great, of course, and it’s clear that a lot of care has gone into choosing the stops. Stepping just a little way off the main tourist thoroughfare let us see a more local Prague, and we had some beautiful streets and stops almost all to ourselves.

- VB_Lauren (TripAdvisor Review)

Vladimir was a great host, explaining not only the food, but the history of the Czech Republic. Great to see the city at night and to experience the wine, food and beer on this tour.

- Frogchick73 (TripAdvisor Review)

Neil was a fantastic guide that made the evening a lot of fun. We tried several different places we never would have known existed and they were all fantastic. This was definitely one of the highlights of the trip.

- Jls33fsls (TripAdvisor Review)

Private tours

Did you know that any of our food tours can be made into a private tour? A food tour just for you! If you’re visiting with a group or are a local in search of a unique day out with some great eats, head to our private tours page to fill out the form and we’ll help you organize the perfect tour for your needs.

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Meet Your Local Prague Tour Guides

Explore the history of Prague and enjoy delicious food with a friendly local tour guide.

I was born and raised in Prague
My favorite dish is traditional kuba - a bit of a forgotten dish with barley and forest mushroom
For a great view with beer or goulash, go to Strahov Monastery and St. Norbert Brewery - it's central but quiet
Originally from Slovakia, I've been living in Prague for over a decade now
My favorite food is potato dumplings stuffed with pork meet and cabbage on the side
Go to Nový Svět - a hidden area around Prague castle...where you immediately feel like the time stands still
I grew up in Kladno, an industrial town half an hour from Prague
My favorite food is chocolate - I'm a chocolate addict!
Visit the river and the islands, mainly Kampa, Petřín orchards and Vyšehrad
Born in the UK but have lived in Prague for over 30 years
My favorite food is duck
Go to Restaurant U Bansethů for the duck and dumplings!
From Scotland, I've lived in Prague since 2011
My favorite Czech food is Svickova or old style bohemian venison goulash
Relax at the Vysehrad away from all the tourist traps for amazing views!