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Our top picks for great food during the festival
LA LOCA RESTAURANT at MOSAIC HOUSE
Open all day
Start your daily Fringe journey with a delicious, freshly-prepared lunch at La Loca Restaurant. Enjoy beautifully presented and world-class Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-style cuisine created by chef Radim Gerlich. Their sharing menu is ideal for groups of Fringe-goers dining together. Main courses from as little as 98 Kč
Open 9.00 – 18:00
Keep your energy levels up before your first show with some caffeine and a hand-made sweet treat at Designum Café. Look out for their freshly baked Fringe cupcakes and competition to win a free night’s stay at the neighbouring Golden Key Hotel.
Open 10:00 – 22:00 (extended to 00:00 during Fringe)
For your evening meal, head to Roesel, a calm hideaway just next to the Charles Bridge.Fill up on simple but high quality food made from good ingredients and cooked with love. Choose the Fringe dish of the day for a wholesome bargain!
Late night bites
Open 08:00 – 00:00 (extended to 02:00 during Fringe)
Need some post-Fringe sustenance? Call in at Sousto for authentic Belgian fries, burgers, hotdogs, quesadillas, waffles, crepes, salads, toasts, smoothies, juices, Czech craft beers, soft drinks and more. They’re open until 2am every night during the Fringe.
Top lunch spots
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