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This restaurant rated a second visit. Food not cheap but affordable. Portions were generous and food was excellent both times we went. I can heartily recommend sea bass, lamb burger and pullet on a kebab stick.
We loved this restaurant! The staff were so attentive and friendly, we felt right at home! The food is absolutely delicious, the portions extremely generous and the atmosphere is a calm retreat from the hustle and bustle of the busy Prague town centre. If you...are a fan of Hummus this is definitely the place to go! Thank you for an amazing dinnerMore
Definitely go there HUNGRY. There's something for everyone. The hummus and pita was amazing. Great salad... my mouth is watering. My fish was good, but I admit I've had better. My friend loved her chicken dish. The waiter who waited on us was charming and...attentive. Someone who appeared to be a manager talked us through our wine options and served us our wine, and was attentive as well. I think we got lucky because my friend and I kept joking about how the other waiter looked like he would rather be anywhere else. We definitely overate because the food was so good and we didn't want to let it go to waste. We took a long walk afterwards! It's not a fancy restaurant, Looks like a combination of a diner mixed with a bit of a dive from the outside so don't be deterred. Inside is a typical restaurant and it is WELL worth it.More
We ate 3 times at Dinitz Kosher Restaurant. Food was fresh and delicious. Service is excellent and the restaurant manager - Gabi - is super friendly.
We have tried a few other Kosher places in Prague and none of those come close to Dinitz.
We weren't sure what we were getting ourselves in for when we stopped here for a meal after a concert. The restaurant could only be described as a 'greasy spoon cafe' frequented by young Israelis more interested in using their Wifi than in the food....The food was quite expensive for what it was and the falafel was dry and fairly tasteless. The tables were dirty and there was a lipstck mark on my glass.
Dinitz obviously has a captive audience in Josefov and are probably catering for people who want Israeli soul food at any price.
One to avoid!More
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