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Off the beaten track at the suburb of Prague in the residential district one would hardly expect meals of such high quality. We came for the lunch, the restaurant was busy still waiters were friendly and hospitable. We just ordered from the daily menu strong...veal consomme with Tyrolean liver dumping and home made Beef tartare (Belgian style with Parmesan cheese) and pommes frites – this is different style usually served in the Czech pubs! Chicken supreme with mashed potatoes tasty too. Want to return to taste regular menu.More
Simply fantastic all round. The food was amazing, the hosts and waiting staff were wonderful and then there was the amazing everyone it was very nice to see
The food was absolutely out of this world. Well done.
As a long term resident of Prague, I don't understand why I had not discovered this estsblishment sooner. Yes; it is in a suburban location outside the centre, but well worth the taxi fare to get there from the centre. The food is excellent to...the extent that I recommend they could reduce the portion sizes so as not to overface discerning customers. Service is excellent without being cowtowing. Our waiter was most informative in objectively recommending, not only our wine selection for the evening, but also, educated us on Czech wine culture in general.
In short: Highly recommendedMore
First of all I must say that I really wanted to like this restaurant. I booked a table, but I needed to postpone the reservation by half an hour. Although I sent an email hours before the initial time, I never got a reply, so...I gave them 3 calls until I reached them. So I went to the restaurant (which is very far away from the city center) 2.5 hours before they close. I went there with the intent to have their menu. They informed me that it was not possible because the menu takes 2 hours. So although nobody informed us before about this, and although there were 2.5 hours left in time, they could not offer us a menu! We could only take dishes a la carte. The food took them 1 hour to prepare, even though we only had one dish in the end. The dish was an average dish - nothing special at all. Save yourself time and money.More
Slightly caramelized and almost crisp on the outside, oozing soft, creamy liver on the inside, and placed in a small circle of delicious sauce - I try to slice the foie gras thinner and thinner, hoping to extend the experience for as long as possible....24 hours later, and I’m still tasting yesterday’s starter. This is a superb restaurant – outstanding cooking with top quality ingredients, excellent affordable wine, a relaxed atmosphere with friendly, informal service. I was eating alone, and, having no one with whom to exchange the occasional morsel, opted for the Chefs’ menu with matching wines. Each of the four very good wines came in a lovely glass of a different, wine-appropriate shape. In some restaurants, Rona glasses would be a statement (and probably a reason to up the prices). Na Kopci has Rona glasses because good wine deserves a good glass, and vice versa, but it’s all so relaxed that you hardly notice how well you’re being treated. As well as the foie gras, the porcini cappuccino and the roast deer were outstanding. Everything was perfectly paced, and when my five courses and four wines had taken the allotted 2.5 hours, which passed all too quickly, I was lucky enough to get to stay at the table, where I enjoyed two slow glasses of Lagavulin. Despite the long dinner and the six generous drinks, the portions and the composition were so well judged that I didn’t have any of the symptoms of over-eating or having too much to drink that you might expect. And being alone, I was looked after even more assiduously than the couples and groups around me.
The vast majority of people who eat here are Czech, many coming as family groups. So for a visitor, it’s a privilege to eat in a restaurant where local residents are enjoying themselves and to get a sense of what a really good local restaurant is like. But then getting here is too much trouble for most of us because, although the online menu has an English version, the reservation page hasn’t. Long may this continue I say! And there’s nothing to worry about because the staff speak excellent English, and you’re assured of a very warm welcome once you arrive. And being ‘on the hill’, it’s not in the centre of town either, which to my mind is also a plus - metro to Radlicka, turn right as you come out of the station, up the flight of steps to the street, turn left and walk 7-8 minutes up the road till you get to K Zaverce. Turn left and Na Kopci’s 150m up on the right. Easy!
This was my second visit to the Kop. If I lived in Prague, I’m sure it would be my favourite restaurant. Go on, catch the metro and spoil yourself!More
It would immediately be more accurate to say this place is “Na vrcholu” rather than just up on top of the hill. But, yes, it’s definitely on top of the stack. We were two couples dining and out of our appetizers, soups, main courses and...dessert, only one soup was a little on the weak side, while everything else was just spectacular in terms of the quality of ingredients and the excellent preparation and presentation. The service and atmosphere were right in step with the same high altitude achievement. This is a hill I will keep climbing for more of the same!More