Neb.o is a designer bistro in Prague, which offers modern Vietnamese cuisine. It was opened by photographer Benedikt Renč and by the owner of media agencies Mirsch Radek. What I like about this restaurant is that you can tell the owners themselves visited similar establishments abroad and noticed the lack of them in Prague, and that’s essentially why they launched Neb.o.
The whole restaurant is tuned in the spirit of clean minimalism. Because the place has quickly gained popularity, it is quite unlikely that you can get a seat during lunch without a reservation. The prices are adequate, CZK 80 for a small soup (more than enough), but if you’re starving, I recommend the big bowl of pho (impossible to finish) for the price of 160 CZK. They also offer excellent homemade lemonade and iced tea. My favorite is the raspberry flavored lemonade and I can’t forget to mention their summer rolls!!
The prices are very good in spite of the convenient location right in the centre of the city, a few minutes walk from Wencenslas Square. So if you are looking for a place to have lunch or dinner right in the centre of Prague, and if you have cravings for Asian cuisine, Neb.o is the way to go. Personally, I love the classic pho-bo and the green sweet pancakes the most! That’s my regular order.