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This is an area steeped in history, perched on top of a hill overlooking the city, beside the Strahov Monastery, a stones throw from Prague Castle. Dining outside on the heatted terrace, located in the former Monastery gardens, you have the Little Quarter, Old Town and Prague Castle at your feet - with its' myriad sipres, latticework of terracotta roofs, winding river and rolling hills. It is difficult to imagine a more captivating and panoramic view. This alone is enough of a reason to visit. As well as the terrace there are also fabulous introverted, vaulted stone dining spaces inside which reverberated with a sense of history and the prayerful wisperings of the monks who habitted these spaces for many centuries.
Luckily the food rises to the ocassion woth a great selection of seasonal international cuisine as well as Czech favourites. All put together by Chef Rychtr who has represented the Czech Republic at numerous culinary 'olympics'. Finally the impressive wine list which includes Czech, Italian, French and South American wines will not disapoint. After the meal you have choice of walks - through the wooded avenues of Petřin hill, down the winding Little Quarter streets or a short walk to majestic Prague Castle.
GPS: 50°5'7.192 N, 14°23'26.254 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Castle Q
Tram: 22 - Pražský hrad
From city centre: .
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