According to tripadvisor’s users, this was supposed to be one of the best restaurants in Prague so when me and my friend were planning how to spend our only evening in Czech, Renomme came up. Probably because of the Saturday, the place was almost full but luckily we were able to find free table for two. The place seemed very cosy, rather small, with amazing paintings on the walls. The waiter – the owner himself, how we founded out later – welcomed us with a very good English, recommended the menu with wine. I got the asparagus coulis as a starter, my friend marined artichokes, and we both had a glass of the Grunner Veltliner wine, delicious indeed.
As the main course we were advised to order steaks; Beef Flank and Lamb, with the bottle of really good moravian Merlot wine.
The best part for me came in the end though; the owner convienced us to try the Gingerbread dumplings which we shared. Have I ever tried any more delicious dessert? I highly doubt that.
The prices were appropriate for the place and the quality, so what more can I say than it was delightful experience. In Prague, you cant miss it!
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