Top 5 Places To Get A Ruby Murray (Curry) In Prague
I have to start by saying that I absolutely adore Indian food. It is, as they say in France, je suis je reste. From Vindaloo to Sag Aloo, it has something for everyone and can be eaten anywhere at any time. Boozy night out? Indian food. Saturday drinking session? Indian food. Hangover breakfast? Indian food. It is healthy, in moderation, and a great chance to socialize with your friends and family.
I had my reservations after my first few attempts at a decent Ruby in Prague, but the scene has come on leaps and bounds in the past few years. So without further ado, here are the top 5 places in Prague to get a lovely jubbly Ruby Murray that won’t give you Gandhi’s revenge in the morning. If you don’t understand what that means, let’s just say here are some lovely places to get an Indian meal in Prague.
Lal Qila – The Indian Restaurant
I have only been here a few times but I always had a decent experience. The food was pretty good, the service was neat and it had an authentic feel. Ambience is important to an Indian restaurant, and this place has a nice feel to it. Finding nice lamb in Prague is fairly difficult as the Czech Republic isn’t a particularly lamb-loving nation, but I can certainly recommend the Kashmiri Lamb Rogan Josh. The lamb dishes here are superb.
Address: Italska 786/30 | Prague 2, Prague 120 00, Czech Republic
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / +420 774 310 774
Indian By Nature II
This place is a little off the beaten track and out of the way of tourist town, but the food is superb and they have a lunchtime buffet that will knock your socks off. For 135 CZK (less than a fiver) you can have a massive lunchtime meal to keep you going for the rest of the day. I recommend this place to anyone looking for a decent Indian meal with a great service. The waiters are pretty attentive and they cater for events and parties as well. And because it is Prague, the beer is always fantastic.
Address: Dejvická 188/6 , Praha 6, Czech Republic
Contact: email@example.com / +420 601 200 195
The Curry House has a great menu and the prices are superb. This is one of the longest Indian menus in this list and the options are all cracking. The ambience is nice with traditional Indian music jingling away in the background. The location is a little bit out of the way in Palmovka, but it’s still fairly easy to get to and well worth a look.
Address: Novakovych 893/7, Prague 180 00, Czech Republic
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / +420 284 684 417
The food in this place is probably the best on the list. It is absolutely delicious and I would go any time for a decent meal. The only reason it didn’t get top spot is because it can be a touch pricey, but that is understandable given the amazing location. It is just around the corner from the Old Town Square and party central so you can stop in after a day of seeing the town’s offerings. I would recommend this place to anyone, but you should book in advance because they get pretty busy.
Address: Tyn 642/6 | Stare Mesto, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic
Contact: email@example.com / +420 222 310 156
Top spot on the list and the number one Indian restaurant is Golden Tikka. I am perhaps bias because I go here regularly and I even had one of my first dates with my partner in this place. She said didn’t like Indian food but after a Korma in Golden Tikka, she now can’t get enough of it. If you are used to English prices then you will be absolutely amazed at the value here. The food is delightful yet cheap, the ambience is sound and the service is tip-top. It is ideally located and close to a few nice bars so you can always work an Indian meal at Golden Tikka into your evening plans.
Address: Konviktska 262/9, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / +420 222 211 462
What do you think of my suggestions? There are many more Indian restaurants that I have not sampled yet, but I hope to get round them all before long. If you like my list and would like to see more stuff like this, like my Facebook page for more – he who dares wins! You know it makes sense.