One of the more famous high-end places to eat out in Prague, Bellevue has undergone some fairly extensive renovations in recent times. Located on the bank of the Old Town side of the Vltava, Bellevue’s obvious appeal remains its location. Nowhere else can you dine with such a clear view of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, framed by generously expansive windows.
The renovated interior is a vast improvement. The older, more formal setting has been replaced by a slick, contemporary mix of cream tones offset with purple chairs, carefully positioned foliage and designer chandeliers. Along with the interior renovations, Bellevue also revamped its menu.
The selections on offer are more eclectic these days, and include fresh fish, traditional Czech cuisine and innovative Indian fusions. A piano player provides gentle background music Monday to Saturday evenings, while on Sunday there is live jazz. There’s also a terrace for summertime dining.
It’s not one of the cheapest places to eat (entrees start at around 700kc) but with such great food and views, it’s possibly still good value for money.