JCB, D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
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Situated only a stone’s throw from the Old Town Square on a romantic and characterful Square. Housed in the famous, high-ceilinged, fresco-covered ‘U Rotta’ building. From 1850-1950 this was the largest ironmongery in the country. Take a table beside the tall windows to enjoy the historic Art Noveau and Baroque surroundings or opposite the glass-walled kitchen to watch the expert chef - Michal Paulík and his team at work. Plush leather upholstery, vaulted ceiling, parket floor and massive suspended, cylindrical light fixtures and works of art create an elegant, modern atmosphere in which to enjoy the excellent cuisine. The menu presents innovative, modern interpretations of Czech and Continental fare which are well-balanced, imaginative and give special attention to detail. Ingredients are sourced from local farms and markets to ensure high quality. During the spring and summer months dining outside on the Square completes what is a wonderful dining experience.
GPS: 50°5'12.826 N, 14°25'9.314 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: A - Staroměstská
Tram: 17,18 - Staroměstská
From city centre: .
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