Convent of St Agnes
In the northeastern corner of Staré Město is the former Convent of St Agnes, Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building. The 1st-floor...
Dvorak Sec Contemporary
One of Prague's leading independent art galleries, the Dvorak Sec specialises in promoting modern art of international importance from...
You probably don't go to Prague to visit an Irish bar, but if you're here in winter this friendly pub offers something rarely seen in...
Chunky timber tables, bare brick and industrial light fittings set the scene around the central open kitchen here, where the conceit is...
Orange Moon information
Buddhist statues, oriental carved-wood panels, paper lanterns and warm, sunny colours make a welcoming combination at this ever-popular Asian restaurant. The menu is mostly Thai, with authentically spicy tom yum kai (hot and sour chicken broth) laden with smouldering chillis, crispy pow pyet (spring rolls) and fragrant kaeng phed kai (chicken in red curry). There are also some Indonesian, Burmese and Indian dishes, and bottles of Singha beer to take the edge off that chilli burn.