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|Rating by Square Meal:||80%||80%||80%|
|Rating by visitors:||82%||79%||75%|
Many buildings in the Old Town were flooded annually by the overly abundant waters of the Vltava river. The situation became so desperate at one stage that the city fathers came up with the novel solution of raising the street up from ground to first-floor level! Today many restaurants and wine bars occupy these magnificent cellars benefiting from that rather curious decision all those hundreds of years ago. The dining area at this restaurant is housed in cellars which date back to the 15th century. As you go down the stone stairs the layers of history peel away. The semicircular, exposed, stone-vaulted ceiling creates a comfortable and protective atmosphere in the dining area. While subdued lighting is used to accentuate the feeling of intimacy which leads guests to speak in hushed tones and whispers.
Our recommendation from the menu:
Stuffed goose breast - grilled goose fillets stuffed with goose liver shot with almonds served with Port sauce.
GPS: 50°5'6.5322 N, 14°25'23.1846 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: A, B -Mustek
Tram: 3,9,14,24 - Václavské náměstí
From city centre: .
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