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#151 of 4,666 Restaurants in Prague

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Stare Mesto (Old Town)
0.2 miles from Staromestske namesti
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You’ll find this intimate, homely restaurant tucked away on a side street; it’s run with great passion and has a friendly feel. Rustic, seasonal Italia...
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Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking
Comfortable restaurant
Since 2008 the restaurant Divinis has been seeking to exceed the expectations of even the most demanding customers and understand that a truly memorable dining experience combines superb food, efficient service and comfortable, ambient surroundings made by Italian architect Luciano Belcapo/Evodecor. Our Chef Jan Kratochvil keeps the best tradition of Italian food with top ingredients and simple preparations. Daily specials are always on the peak of their freshness and are basically the freshest buys from morning market. The wine selection is primarily Italian with many very well known labels in wine industry. Open late each night, the restaurant is also perfect for post theatre dinner. The Estate
$67 - $224
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Italian, European, Tuscan, Central-Italian
Street Parking, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

A great Michelin kitchen, great food and service, but the dessert wasn’t too good, but we can recommend the restaurant.

Date of visit: November 2021
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our first lunch in Prague and very close to Hotel Josef A great wine list with no Czech wines by the glass. After telling the waiter I have never tasted Czech wines and I only wanted Czech wines he pulled out a few wines to...taste. Really good and interesting wines. I had the veal osso bucca and my wife had the rissoto with scallops. Both superb dishes. We did walk by a couple days later in the evening and it was packed so someone is doing some thing right. I would go back again and try at night.More

Date of visit: November 2021
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Heard about this place reading an article in the Telegraph newspaper UK and thought as in Prague should book a table to visit. What a fantastic decision that turned out to be. From start to finish the whole experience was fantastic - the ambience, the...theatre of the place and of course the food and wine. As always good table service improves what is already a good night - Tomas looked after us and he was superb from wine recommendations to short bursts of conversation he made the experience even more enjoyable. We both had the veal tartae, lasagne, wild boar, tiramisu and chestnut pannacotta- which I was to be over critical had too much gelatine and not enough wobble but was tasty. Definitely recommend this place we booked for 1900 and the place was buzzing - it seems to empty out the later the evening goes on.More

Date of visit: November 2021
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Prague has become a Mecca for fine dining, but Divinis shines at the top for fine dining! What a wonderful evening with special excellence in food, service and wine. This small charming restaurant was bustling with joie de vivre and happy customers. I started with...the Champagne selection of the day, Pol Roger, a favorite. My husband went straight for a bottle of Nebbiolo. My risotto with scallops was indeed divine, perhaps only exceeded by my husband’s delicate truffle pasta. I can still remember the aroma. We finished with an unusual and delicious sorbet with Prosecco and were surprised by the liquids lime sorbet mixed in the Prosecco and served in a wine glass. I will try that one in New York. Our service was friendly and really perfect in the lovely ambiance of the restaurant. I only wish we had more nights to return!More

Date of visit: November 2021
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Dined at Divinis during a business trip in Prague and had one of the best culinary experiences of my life; the food was simply divine, the wine selection delicious and the staff both friendly and efficient. Our waiter Tomas made sure that we were looked...after and provided us with 5* star service. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.More

Date of visit: October 2021
Reviewed October 16, 2021 via mobile

Nice place, nice interier. The dish was tasty, but Iam not sure that the price corresponds to the quality. Iam not sure uf is really necessary to pay for the cheapest bottle of wine 1000czk (glass for 200czk). Also there is a room for improvement...for the staff. In overal I expected more from this kind of restaurant.More

Date of visit: October 2021
Reviewed September 7, 2021 via mobile

The best dinner experience and food we had during our weeklong trip in the Czech Republic. Each of the dishes was very well executed and showed the true flavor of Italian food. The excellent service added to an already great food experience.

Date of visit: September 2021
Reviewed August 27, 2021

Its been 1 hour since we have made our order and we still have not got our mains. They also forgot to bring our starter that we have asked. Nice impression at the entrance and making order but disaster after. Not recommending to anyone.

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed August 16, 2021

I am on holiday with my family and we decided to be a bit adventurous and try out a local spot that at first blush seemed highly rated. Located just outside the rather obviously touristy Old Town Square. We came upon Divinis, browsed a few...of the more recent ratings, noted that it was a Michelin starred place and figured lets make a go of it. So we were in high spirits and ready to enjoy the night. Perhaps a small note to offer a bit of context. I am a lifelong New Yorker and one who has had the honor of owning a restaurant in the East Village for a brief period of time. And not to get into the weeds here but I'll just say that some food was a hit, some misses. [Thumbs up on the grilled calamari and goat cheese in a truffle mouse.] But thats when things took a turn towards the petty and shabby. We waited quite a bit of time between our apps and our mains. The mains were fair. My deer pasta was a bit too salty and not enough deer to warrant that title. My sons egg pasta with shrimp contained 2 [count them two] shrimps. The other two meat dishes were fair to better than fair. But here is what grated on me. Again, I was in the business so I know upselling when it is so obvious. Our waiter kept asking us to pour another glass of wine for my wife despite only being 1/2 finished with it. [this happened at her second glass and when she said, 'no thank you' an audible sigh of disappointment could be heard emanating from our waiters pursed lips. Then there was my martini. Simple enough drink right? The waiter [who conveyed that there was no bartender and he would be making it] said.. sure I can do that, i guess its a double shot of Beluga Vodka. [Punchline up front. This is THE most expensive martini I have ever been served in my life and thats saying something having had $25 dollar versions at some of the more elegant hotels back home] Then add on the 'can I bring you some olives' and 'let me get you some more water...both sparkling and still right' which were constantly being poured despite not having completely finished the one from before, and the end result was padding the bill with about an additional 1800 Kc. And of course the second sigh came when we skipped out on desert and then once the charade was over the check was presented. The entire experience was petty and cheap and the obvious upselling was unsettling at best and just poor behavior at worse. In the end, the night felt impoverished, less than the OK food but more from the silly and horrific service. A few other posts I now took to reading seem to reinforce this attitude as I was not alone in this feeling. So, my takeaway is: If you don't care about being respected as a customer. Bon Appetite.More

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed February 24, 2020 via mobile

We go to Divinis regularly because of its great Italian food and top services. This time we had 5 courses menu and everything was amazing and so tasty. The place is cozy, you feel like beeing at home in your living room. The staff is...polite and professional, but not overreacting. It is really always a pleasure to enjoy a dinner there.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5