Where is your restaurant?
King Solomon Restaurant is located in the heart of the
Jewish Quarter of Prague, 100 meters from the Old-New Synagogue (place of
- directly across from the entrance to the Old Jewish Cemetery and Pinkas Synagogue
- conveniently close to all major Jewish monuments and the Charles Bridge
- a few steps away from Staromestska underground station
- Interactive map
Which hotels are in the immediate neighborhood of King Solomon Restaurant?
Hotels within 5 minutes‘ walking distance:
Four Seasons Hotel*****
Iron Gate Hotel*****
U Prince Hotel****
Hotels within 15 minutes‘ walking distance:
Hilton Old Town Hotel*****
Radisson SAS Alcron Hotel*****
Mandarin Oriental Hotel*****
Augustine Rocco Forte*****
When is the restaurant open and how can I pay?
King Solomon Restaurant is at your disposal:
- Sunday to Thursday from 12.00 to 23.00; last orders taken at 22.30 pm
- Friday from 12.00 am; dinner only by reservation
- Saturday lunch, only by reservation
Closing time on Friday, and Saturday opening hours are
subject to change by season.
- Entirely non-smoking (already 10 years)
- Free WiFi zone
- All major credit cards accepted
- Reservations can be made by e-mail, phone, or in person
How can I book a place for Shabbat?
During the main tourist season, reservations must be
placed well in advance. Please fill out the online inquiry form. We will respond immediately to confirm your reservation and will look forward
to seeing you in our restaurant. Your reservation will be valid only if you
come to pay in advance or sign a receipt for your credit card by 17.00 on
Friday during the summer, and 15.00 on Friday during the winter.
Shabbat menu and prices are valid all year. The menu selection may be adjusted upon previous arrangement. We will be happy to provide for different kinds of diets such as vegetarian, gluten-free, salt-free, and others.
Ladies are available to light candles directly in the restaurant.
The time of the Shabbat dinner and lunch can be adjusted to your individual needs, but only by prior arrangement. Otherwise, all guests are expected to arrive directly after the service in the Old-New Synagogue. Shabbat times are provided for you in the righthand column.
I did not have time to make a reservation for Shabbat, or I have no time to eat at a restaurant. Can I take food with me?
Of course! For more information, see Take-Away
Can you buy kosher foods for daily use in ordinary shops?
We regret to say that there are a very few stores with kosher foods in the entire country. You may come across some food with a kosher certificate by chance, but it is very rare and usually only one product can be found in regular store. The only reliable way to conveniently buy kosher food and baked goods is at King Solomon's Deli & Bakery or on the internet. A comprehensive selection of kosher foods, spirits and wine is available at www.kosherfoodonline.eu. Products can be ordered and then paid for upon delivery, and transport within Prague is free for purchases over 1,000 CZK. You can also pick up ordered foods or shop on the spot at the King Solomon's Deli & Bakery that is located at V Kolkovně 4, Prague 1 – next to the Spanish Synagogue – check number 9 on our map. Open from Sunday till Friday 12:00–19:00. Saturday closed.
What languages does your staff speak?
Our staff will be happy to assist you in any of the following languages:
- Italian and Hebrew
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King Solomon´s Private Guide
One of the most experienced Jewish Tours service in Europe, delivered to you by us, offers individual tours and tiyulim not only at sites of Jewish and other historical interest in Prague or Czech Republic, but also in other countries. All tours are prepared individualy upon your request.
Široká 8, Praha 1
Tel.: +420 224 818 752
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