A classy, calm and lovely vegetarian restaurant, with great decor and tasty food. There were some fun touches - the dipping stones to the indoor water feature, for example. The food and drinks menus were extensive, a vast range of soft drinks in particular. Only two beers, but ours was very good.. The mixed starters were delicious, light and tasty. I opted for a "Czech speciality" main, which was as typically Czech as a vegetarian can get - very tasty, a bit thunking, meat-sustitute in a sauce, "dumplings" (in fact bread, confusingly, but this is always the case in Prague), some cranberries, sour cream, no veg. But that's Czech cooking for you, and there were lots of lighter more vegetably options. We had an interesting fruity ice-cream for pudding, but I was too full by that stage to properly appreciate it. Not very well set-up for three - we had a rather small table that would have been great for two - but it was near the "stream" feature and not uncomfortable. Overall, however, I would highly recommend this place - a good choice for a special veggy night out.
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