Local Chef Radek Kašpárek’s popular addition to Prague’s growing contemporary dining options explores “modern cuisine with an emphasis on a straightforward and simplistic presentation”. This translates into flavor combinations with minimal alterations to their natural roots, served in multi-course degustation or a la carte menus for lunch or dinner. While Field shies away from stodgy formality, there is a dress code of smart casual and children under six years old are not allowed in the restaurant. The mellow quality of this culinary playground pairs nicely with a classical concert at nearby venues like Rudolfinum or Maisel Synagoge.
Time Out tip: Get in the door quickly before the newly acquired Michelin-star creates a waiting list that extends out the door and down the street.
Spanish Synagogue: For stunning Moorish architecture and silver artifacts
Perníčkův sen: For adorably sweet, hand-decorated gingerbread souvenirs
James Joyce Pub: For a long-standing, expat-frequented Irish bar