At first glance, you would never guess that a restaurant occupies some of the top floors of this Gothic monument in the center of a busy, tram-lined street. But in between the wooden beams and 16th-century bell still hanging proudly, hungry guests indulge their appetites from soups and starters to Old Bohemian recipes for poultry and game. The seventh-and-eighth floor establishment shares space with a museum and photo gallery documenting the history of the tower and a wider collection of bells, perfect for a pre-dinner visit to spark conversation. Choose between taking the stairs or an elevator ride back to ground after dinner.
Time Out tip: The lunch menu offers more affordable options for travelers on a tighter budget who still want the experience.
Cacao: For homemade ice cream and desserts with impeccable service
Jerusalem (or Jubilee) Synagogue: For its multi-colored Moorish exterior and Art Nouveau-inspired interior
Estates Theater: For a luxurious atmosphere to watch opera, ballet, or theatre