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|Rating by Square Meal:||65%||75%||65%|
|Rating by visitors:||67%||72%||66%|
Authentic Spanish cuisine is still
something of a rarity in Prague but happily
El Centro is here to meet the need, both in
taste and setting. Housed in a quaint, cottage-like, 15th-century building replete with historic features - arched doors and vaulted ceilings.
The Spanish bodega-inspired, orange interior
with rustic timber furniture, decorated with
Spanish memorabilia, creates a charming
setting. While the friendly and personal
service reflects the family-run nature of the
Sit at the table besides the French
windows and you can enjoy the quaint view to the small, romantic garden with inter-twining vines climbing up the walls. During the summer the outside seating here is a great draw. The restaurant is located a stone throw from Charles Bridge, on the Little Quarter’s most charming square - the Maltese Square. The menu offers good value and generous portions. Dishes of note include the Tapas starters, seafood Paellas and the fondue. The extensive selection of Spanish wines also deserve a mention.
GPS: 50°5'11.378 N, 14°24'17.81 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Malá Strana
Underground: A - Malostranská
Tram: 12, 20, 22 - Malostranské náměstí
From city centre: city centre
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