Prague's most scenic meal, Céleste occupies the top floor of Frank Gehry's iconic Dancing House along the Vltava River. Run by the team behind the late, great Atelier restaurant, the food and service at Céleste live up to the quality of the Castle views. The cuisine leans toward French, with entrees like seared barbary duck breast and roasted guinea fowl, here served with fresh crayfish. Of course, diners pay a premium for the view, and the wine list, though extensive, suffers from extreme mark-up. Still, it's a great choice for a splurge.