A Great Experience with a great live piano
Favorite Dish: CZECH DEGUSTATION MENU
35 g Homemade pâté with nuts and cherry sauce
Chicken broth with meat and vegetables
70 g Traditional sirloin with cream, cranberry sauce and Carlsbad dumpling
¼ Roast duck with red cabbage and potato dumplings
Hot apple strudel with marinated raisins
This restaurant is below the Hotel Adria, and it is like descending into another world. The space is made to look like a cave, and is the most unique dining space I've ever been in.
For some reason, the dining room was almost empty the night we ate there. We ate like kings, having several courses all served by waiters with white gloves who whisked the domed lids off each dish with a flourish. Nice.
We finished the meal with crepes suzette made at tableside. A lovely way to end the meal.
The best part of all was the bill. It was around $50US for 5 or 6 courses. It's probably more expensive now, but at the time, we were stunned by how inexpensive it was for such a fantastic dining experience.
Another restaurant recommended by our guide for its good Czech food and decent prices. This restaurant is located between Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square in a lovely old interior.
Favorite Dish: We had the Smuggler's goulash in loaf of bread. Delicious!
This restaurant is in the basement of the Hotel Adria. It's a nice, cozy place with only about 12 tables. The walls are something that you just have to see to experience. According to their web site - 'The interior is unique thanks to its stalactite-cave style, underlined by the art nouveau decoration of sculptures and statues of the ancient mythology'. Unique indeed and the food isn't bad either.
Favorite Dish: Sirloin of beef in cream sauce with a cranberry-sauce target and Czech bread-and-ham dumplings