Morrison is an escape-from-Denver town more known for its bars and grills than fine dining. But, Cafe Prague changes that paradigm with a cosy atmosphere, good service and a menu featuring Eastern European cuisine. It is also pricy ... which is the reason this Morrison resident only visits every year or so. However, we are never disappointed.
On this visit three of us ordered goulash, beef stroganoff and seafood newberg. The menu hasn't changed much over the years but there are specials ... the newberg being one of them. Accompanying the entrees was the choice of cream-of-mushroom soup or Cesar salad ... both good choices although the Cesar dressing had no anchovies. We compromised on a bottle of New Zealand Pinot Noir. There was a nice variety of rolls served with the appetizers. I had the newberg, and although it lacked the expected puff pastry topping, it was absolutely exquisite. It was accompanied by orzo pasta which I found an interesting and welcome departure from rice. Desert offerings were limited, but very nice. I opted for mango sorbet (that really tasted like mangos) and expresso coffee which was the perfect finish.
Service was European-attentive ... meaning no pressure to finish, but someone always around to help.
This is a specialty restaurant ... you don't want to visit if Eastern European isn't your goal. But what they do they do exceptionally well.
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