Chilli & Lime – the best Vietnamese restaurant in Prague

Are you a Vietnamese cuisine lover, who wants to try eating in a new restaurant or are you looking for an Asian restaurant, because you want to try out different type of cuisine once in a while? If your answer is yes, then you should surely give Chilli & Lime a try and I’m sure you won’t regret this decision!

Chilli & Lime is a family restaurant, which is located at Prague Žižkov. Their menu is centered around Asian food, mainly on Vietnamese food, such as bún chả (noodles with grilled meat), phở gà (noodle soup with chicken meat), but you may also find Japanese and Thai meals. The interior is also worth mentioning as there are various plants everywhere around you, giving the restaurant a unique atmosphere. In combination with wooden tables and chairs, this whole setup will make you feel like you are in an exotic, undiscovered yet relaxing land.

I first came to the restaurant on my Asian friend’s suggestion and since then, I have been visiting this place whenever I feel like eating Vietnamese food. The main reason is of course, an excellent food, which to me as a Vietnamese person tastes really authentical. If you combine it with kind and helpful staff, followed by reasonable prices for the services they offer, then it easily ranks in my top brackets. There is one more important thing to say. If you want to try this restaurant, you should make a reservation as there are usually lots of people.

Manh Tuan Nguyen


Before you visit the restaurant, first take a look at the menu of Chilli & Lime.

Vietnamese cuisine, as a Southeast Asian cuisine, shares a lot of similarities with other East Asian cuisines. The most standing out signature points would be the usage of chopsticks, the variety of tastes due to the usage of herbs and seasoning and rice as a bread and butter side dish.

Vietnamese food is usually non-fried and almost every meal consists of at least a bit of vegetable. Count in rice or rice noodles as a side dish and you have a fairly healthy cuisine. Because of the ingredients, which consist mainly of vegetables, rice, eggs and occasionally meat, Vietnamese food is considered to be light and easy to digest.

As for the tastes, the food is usually not salty but rather it’s on the sweet or spicy side. When it comes to spiciness, it’s usually up to you whether you wish to have it spicy or non-spicy because the level of spiciness can always be adjusted by you. The food can mostly be served both ways, the spicy or non-spicy way and it would still taste delicious.  As for the stamp point food, it would be bún chả (noodles with grilled meat), phở gà (noodle soup with chicken meat), spring rolls (rolls filled with vegetables, noodles, eggs, meat and other ingredients) and surely many others.

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