Osteria da Clara is an unassuming Italian spot that gets by on the hustle and charm of the staff. When the kitchen isn't overwhelmed—which happens when the austere white dining room gets beyond half full—it serves up lovely, unpretentious Italian cuisine, like crostini with chicken liver, polenta, and tomatoes. Pastas are superior to the meatier entrées, like the spaghetti with anchovies and garlic, and the pasta with sausage and cream. The tiramisu may be Prague's
biggest. Consider a taxi, since the location is not easy to find your first time.