It's housed in Prague's famous 'dancing building' shaped like a man and woman dancing and is very avant alongside the older buildings and cobblestone streets. We had a party of seven which was beneficial because it guaranteed us the large round table in the circular dining area overlooking the river and bridges. Step out the dining room onto the circular terrace with your drinks and take in the view of Prague's bridges, old town area and the Lobkowicz Palace area across the river. Absolutely spectacular at sunset!
Our party was generally pleased with our meals. Limited but good wine list. My wife had monkfish and I had ravioli both very good and small portions. And certainly expensive pushing $100 per person meal, drinks, tip. But it's the experience of the view and the service that makes it worthwhile.
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