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This is a must visit for everyone! Excellent food, big portions, good prices and impeccable service! Try their goulash and their scnitzel! Out of this planet! Also try their black beer...Thumbs up in all aspects!
I spent time in Prague and eaten at different czech restaurants. They have good food, but it is a bit cheap. Large plates with lots of meat. This restaurant is more, fine dining. It is meat, but not huge plates. It is high quality, and...I recommend it if you want czech food but more towards fine dining!More
An absolutely incredible restaurant.
We made a reservation on their website for 19:50, about an hour before arriving. Upon arrival the waitress seemed taking a little off guard and it turns out they hadn't received our booking. Regardless, the staff were so amazingly accommodating and...resourceful.
We were given a small table in the hall while they waited for a table to open up. They gave us a wee glass of Czech sparkling wine too which was very much appreciated. We honestly didn't mind the short 20m wait for the table but the staff being so kind about it really made us feel welcome.
Once seated, we ordered their cheese starter along with some red wine (more on that later). All the cheese was locally source and marinated excellently. The fresh bread that came with it was outstanding too.
For mains we ordered a couple of steaks, the flank and the fillet. They recommend them cooked medium, however we both request medium-rare and they were happy to oblige. Sure enough the seals we're cooked just as we asked to perfection. The fillet that I had was hands down some of the most tender, juicy meat I've ever had anywhere in the world.
On to the wines! When ordering our food, we requested whichever red wine when best with the steaks. To our surprise, the waitress brought over 4 wines, 2 for each of us to try that they selected to be paired with the steak/accompanying sauces. The sommelier/waitress had an impressive knowledge of all the wines brought to sample and explained the reasoning for their selection of each. We both chose a Czech Cabernet Sauvignon, tho they were different brands and both were perfect for the steaks.
Both waiting staff (who were apparently cousins) were outstanding. Having worked in hospitality for many years I know how hard it can be to keep on top of full restaurant with just 2 people and unexpected bookings coming in. Despite this, they truly excelled in not only accommodating us, but going beyond to make us feel welcome and taking care of us throughout or time there.
With all these factors together, I can confidently say that this was my personal favourite dining experience of our 10 day trip through central Europe.More
A place where eating is about far much more than what you put in your mouth, but where what you put in your mouth is also absolutely exceptional.
We did the eight course tasting menu with paired wines. With each course you are given two...wines to taste and consider, of which you then pick one for the course. So be warned, you'll be quite tipsy by the end.
The service is conducted by what I presume to be the two owners, one focusing on wine and the other on food, both incredibly charming, enthusiastic, friendly and full of knowledge. All of the ingredients, products and many of the wines have a direct link with the family.
The food is considered and carefully executed - lots of tiny bites packed full of flavour, in both traditional combinations (the bryndzova halusky and pate dishes were brilliant) as well as some interesting contrasts. Each dish is both thoughtful and tasty, and with their backstory and presentation the whole evening becomes an event rather than just a meal.
By Prague standards it isn't cheap, but considering the level of cooking and the amount of wine, is probably still good value. You'll almost certainly need to book, though we were incredibly grateful for the owner's generousity in bending over backwards to squeeze us in.More
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at the Czech Slovak restaurant. They exclusively use local products and wines to create a wonderful culinary experience.
We tried the 8 course national degustation menu with wine pairings and were delighted by a variety of truly local dishes with...a fine dining twist. Their staff is very friendly and passionate about their craft, and entertains you with their deep knowledge of the food and beverages they serve.
All in all a great way to enjoy local cuisine on a high level and our favourite restaurant in Prague !More
With my girlfriend we took the 4-course lunch menu. It was a gustative and cultural trip in Bohemia! The waitress explained us, in a very good English, everything about the origins of the local products, whether it was the wine or the food.
Moreover the...price (for the 4-course lunch menu) was more than fair.More
A set menu with a choice of wines. Not sure if I should call it innovative or traditional food. Just excellent preparation of Czech dishes. Family run with a lot of pride.
Each course was preceded with a wine presentation of Czech wines from which...we selected.
Certainly worth a visit in Prague.More
We spent a very pleasant evening at this restaurant, which is really well placed. The staff took care of us in a way we could not forget, as they were nice, paying attention to the details, and of course the meals were succulent! This restaurant...is a must-go if you visit Prague!More
Here is a great hostess and beautiful food for whole family. Moravian vine for older, home made lemonade for kids.
And delicious czech slovak and central europeans cousine. Menu a la carte and degustation zaal make your soul and body happy enough at the end!
Incredible experience. Food and Wine very outstanding. But more overwhelming was the friendliness of the owners and the staff working. They put so much energy into their business and passion. Very rare these days ! PS: Go with the wine pairing!!!
We visited the restaurant for the tasting menu with vine paring. The experience was above and beyond what we expected. The food was an interesting variation on traditional recipients, while the fines were superb. All of the above was taken to the next level by...an excellent customer service. I will definitely recommend.More
My son took us here on my birthday for a wine pairing dinner. It was the best dining and service I’ve had in the Czech Republic! Everything was exceptional. We had our choice between a six or eight course pairing...we went with the six and...it did not disappoint. The mushroom soup course was my absolute favorite! We all really enjoyed the entire experience! Also special mention to the Cousins who took care of serving and explaining the pairings. Very welcoming and friendly.
Czech Slovak Restaurant will be a definite stop every trip back to Prague!More
The staff was very kind and forthcoming, however the food was mediocre at best. The goulash was ok. The restaurant was out of dumplings, but they prepared some new ones just for us which was very kind!
But the vegetarian option (fried cheese with potatoes...and sauce tatar) was bad. We wondered if the cooks had ever tasted that dish themselves. Apparrantly, it is a common vegetarian option in Prague, but we were quite disappointed as this was literally the only vegetarian dish the restaurant served. And it was just bad and uninspired.
The wine was alright.More
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Mala Strana (Little Quarter)
Malá Strana is one of the oldest and the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. Nestled underneath Prague Castle it was once a part of the Kings route taken by future kings on their way to coronation - originating in the Old Town, crossing Charles Bridge and leading to Saint Vitus Cathedral. Cobblestone streets are lined with picturesque medieval houses, remarkable palaces, churches, kitsch
shops and restaurants. Do not hesitate to turn a corner into any narrow street. You will suddenly find yourself in a calm and charming neighborhood full of hidden gardens, parks with peacocks, fruit trees and ponds. As the neighborhood is a home to Czech Parliament and many ministries, you can also run into well-dressed officials. If you are thirsty or hungry, it is the right place to be. Restaurants offer delicious traditional food and of course, the best Czech beers.