We travelled to Prague last fall for the first time, so were curious to see how Cafe Prague lived up to its name. I was pleasantly surprised to find that our server was actually from Prague! Two of us had the yeager schnitzel special, one had the trout and one had the sauerbraten. I tried some of everone's food. :o) It was all delicious. Found out I actually LIKE sauerbraten, and I really didn't think I would. The red cabbage was excellent (but they didn't put enough on the plate...maybe afraid that people in Morrison, CO wouldn't appreciate it?) and the schnitzels were very good too. They came in a wild mushroom gravy...mmmmm. All in all, the tastes came very close to the food we experienced in the actual city of Prague. So what kept me from giving it five stars? Kitchen service was very very slow. Our server was very attentive, but it took almost an hour between the soup/salad course and the entree. And truthfully, it's a bit overpriced. Typically, this kind of food is inexpensive, so I was a little disappointed that they felt they had to price it high, maybe to make people think that it's a fancy restaurant. I'm glad we went, and if you don't mind over-paying a bit, and aren't in any hurry, the food really is wonderful.
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