The don of Prague’s gourmet scene, Kampa Park opened in the early 1990s, and has consistently ranked among the elite Prague restaurants ever since. Founded by Swedish impresario Nils Jebens, it has become the flagship of a culinary empire that includes Cowboys and Hergetova Cihelná.
Fêted for its high standards, Kampa’s menu is a real treat – not only does it draw from the Czech Republic’s natural pantry, but it has also succeeded in creating an almost seamless amalgamation of cuisines from around the world. Like the food, the design of the restaurant is modern and stylish.
Kampa is split into three sections: the main restaurant is restrained and sophisticated, the smaller dining room overlooking the river is quiet and elegant, while the water-level terrace is light, airy and relaxing. Kampa Park is definitely worth a visit, but since it’s a Prague institution that retains its popularity year round, ensure that you book ahead.