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A disntinctive, open-plan, modern interior, located near Wenceslas Square, sets the scene for this noodle-lovers paradise. The other-worldly interior, brain-child of Bára Škorpilova - a top contemporary, Czech Designer includes many signiture elements: swirling, noodle-shaped totems, mirrored space-dividers, spherical, chrome light fixtures and floor-to-wall glazing overlooking a garden/courtyard. As you’d expect the menu is focusesd on pasta and noodles dishes - brought together from accross the world: Czech, Slovak, Italian, German, Vietnamese, Korean, Thai and Indonesian. Some noodles are served in a soup, as stir-fry, accompanied by a sauce or stuffed. The Vietnamese Pho Bó is a signiture dish where the ingredients are very lightly cooked in the soup, resulting in a very fresh and fragrant taste. The Thai Phad Thai is also a well-known classic. In fact there are so many fantastic noodle dishes that catch the eye that one just has no choice but to come back again and again!
GPS: 50°4'56.086 N, 14°25'47.541 E
Locality: Prague 1 - New Town
Underground: Můstek cca 400 metres
Tram: 3, 5, 6, 9, 14, 24 cca 700 metres
From city centre: .
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