Tel.:+420 224 239 570
Mon-Fri: 11.30-23.00, -Sat: 17.00-23.00
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What sets this restaurant apart from all others is that the beef they serve comes from prize-winning, French, Charolais cows, bred by the restaurant owners themselves in the Czech countryside. They oversee the whole process from breeding, curing to cooking thus guaranteeing quality. In fact the date of slaughter, age, time of curing of the cow being served each day is displayed on the blackboard as you enter. They also serve lamb from their own livestock bred in Myštěves and their own distilled brandy. The rustic, cottage-like interior with exposed stone and timber beams is decorated with paintings of their Charolais cows in green pasture. As well as lamb the menu offers a variety of beef cuts - cooked on lava stone - to your precise specification, with your choice of sauce/side.
GPS: 50°4'39.68 N, 14°25'57.501 E
Locality: Prague 2
Underground: A - nám. Míru; C - Muzeum; I.P. Pavlova
Tram: 11 - Muzeum
From city centre: .
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