Fish and Chips is usually the last thing you think of eating in a land-locked country, but thankfully 21 Dlouha St is changing that. In a pretty little restaurant on a street corner in Old Town, decorated with disco balls, black and white Beatles pics and even a faux London phone booth, it’s a little nod to the UK in the middle of Prague.
Dlouha St is the little sister of the fancier Zdenek's Oyster Bar around the corner. Head in past the takeaway counter to the back room and grab a table. Despite the chandeliers, it’s all about the comfort food in here, hot dogs, rotisserie chicken, mussels, killer coleslaw and of course, fish and chips! We went for the Scottish salmon in beer batter, it was huge, crispy and came with a side of pretty decent chips and the obligatory blob of mushy peas, perfect when washed down with a bottle of cold Aspall's Cyder. The beer list is huge (naturally, you are in Prague remember), and it’s mostly bottled and English microbrews. Thankfully the wines are Czech though.
Remarkably, they also deliver anywhere in Prague, probably not in a black cab though.