La Bastille, a nice restaurant not far from the Petřín funicular departure station, offers delicious French cuisine at affordable prices. We recommend Rabbit Rillettes with homemade pastry (€5) as a starter, Sous vide duck breast and stewed carrot (€8) as a main course and our Crème brûlée with lemon crème fraîche (€5) as a dessert. To drink, we recommend wines from French and Moravian vineyards or Budweiser (€1.8), traditional Czech beer.
“Re opened and better than ever.“: Saw this bar closed for renovation when I was on holiday last year and on my most recent holiday to Prague was delighted to see it reopened and better than ever. The renovation is Superb, it was always a good looking bar but now it’s more modern with a light and airy interior with great decor and furnishings and plenty of seating options both inside and outside looking out into the busy and bustling streets around this restaurant and bar.
We were here on a Monday morning and as it was a beautiful day we sat outside were a very pleasant member of staff who took our order of cappuccino coffees and after a short wait our coffees arrived steaming hot and we just chilled out and soaked up the sun while enjoying our coffees.
This is a bar that over the many years I have been going to Prague I have had some great nights out in and I hope to have many more in the future.
We moved on after our delicious coffees and as on every other visit to here we had a great time.
Last Bastille is easy to locate by jumping tram number 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206. to stop Ujezd were you will find this bar on Ujezd.
Opening hours are Monday to Sunday, Midday till 1 am. A great bar and well worth checking out.
We recommend Rabbit Rillettes with homemade pastry (€5) as a starter, Sous vide duck breast and stewed carrot (€8) as a main course and our Crème brûlée with lemon crème fraîche (€5) as a dessert.