Second time lucky as we couldn't get a table on our first visit to Prague in November, fully booked.
From the moment we stepped through the door, the staff, atmosphere and decor were lovely.
There is a set tasting menu that you can have with or without wine pairing, but you can also choose any combination from the A La Carte menu to make up your own tasting menu. This is what we chose to do and it was wonderful. The foie gras with lentils was exquisite and the ravioli was another good choice. Next came the Jerusalem artichoke and foie gras soup, superbly matched with a Chardonnay. Our main courses were the suckling pig and the veal. Both lovely but my veal was the absolute best! We were quite full now, but managed to squeeze in an apple strudel and a creme brûlée with a chocolate mousse cigar. We didn't have room to take the cheese sadly but had a coffee with assorted chocolates.
We found the wine pairing to be really informative and clearly our sommelier was passionate about his wines which made the experience for us all the more enjoyable. Cost? Well, a glass of champagne each and a four course tasting with wine pairing 5600Kc which is about £180.
Well worth it for a total experience.