The Airport Serves You 24 Hours a Day
If you need to refresh yourself, the airport is home to 32 restaurants and cafés offering Czech and international cuisine. A rich offering of refreshments at all hours of the day and night is complemented by beverage and food vending machines located in both terminals’ public and non-public areas. Should you wish to visit the deli café or grab a beverage or a newspaper late at night, you will find a selection of 14 shops open to serve you. To name a few restaurant brands, in arrivals, in the public area between T1 and T2, you will find cheap eateries, including KFC, Burger King and Subway. The Terminal 2 public area has a Costa Coffee and a Billa food store. In the public area of Terminal 2 at Level 2, you will find the fast-food self-service restaurant Praha.
These restaurants and shops are open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., with some remaining open even longer. For travellers arriving at the airport late evening or during the night, five restaurants are open non-stop in Terminals 1 and 2.
In both terminals, you can move about in the public area, open to all airport visitors, or in the transit (non-public) area, available only to passengers with a valid boarding pass.
Advice: Most restaurants, especially those in the transit area, are quite pricey. Check their offers before settling yourself in if you do not wish to spend a huge amount. It is much more economical to eat in the public area. If paying in other then local currency you most probably will be given an unfavourable rate.
Tip: At the public area between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 arrivals you can find the supermarket Billa. It is an excellent choice for last-minute shopping if you are after locally-made groceries, or even for some presents at affordable prices.