I've been eating regularly at this place for 7 years and every meal I have had here has been excellent. They do a great job of combining staples of Czech cuisine, especially the meats they serve, with broader approaches to other food cultures (some Asian and Italian especially) and more innovative techniques (the chef is fond of sous vide cooking).
While they serve pasta or risotto dishes, I would normally avoid those not because they are bad, but because they don't reflect the best of what they can do. Any wild game meats, or things like rabbit, duck, tend to be excellent, and their steaks are consistently good. Appetizers like tartare and snails are spot on, as are the salads.
They often have interesting Czech wines, like Veltlínské Zelené (the Czech version of the very popular Grüner Veltliner austrian wine) or Müller-Thurgau, by the glass and for a reasonable price, and they also serve bottled Bernard beer. All in all a great choice, at a price much more reasonable than comparable Prague restaurants one might find in more tourist areas of the city. Outdoor seating on a small platform on Nitranska is available in summer.
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