Sodexho Pass, Ticket Restaurant, D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
|Rating by Square Meal:||73%||73%||73%|
|Rating by visitors:||76%||77%||80%|
The stunning surroundings of Palác Koruna, on the corner of Wenceslas Square, site of the Velvet Revolution, sets the backdrop to this fabulous Lebanese restaurant. This is one of the most important crossroads of the city. The interiors, ground and first floor, overlook a dramatic, four-storey atrium - decorated in a geometric-modernist style, inspired by the avant guard Czech Cubist movement. The dining spaces are refined and generous with oriental lanterns, tent-like, burgundy drapery lending an exotic, oriental air. The comprehensive menu lists a host of Lebanese mezza starters. Order a group of these and explore the full range of flavours. Main dishes include excellent grilled meat and whole fish served with rice or traditional bread. All dishes are ‘halal’ and based on authentic, traditional recipes. To round off the meal retire to the dedicated Shisha lounge, order a traditional water pipe with honey-scented tobacco and enjoy it with a baklawa dessert and mint tea. And if your lucky enough to be here on Saturday around 8pm you will be entertained by the belly dancer and live lebanese musicians.
GPS: 50°5'1.826 N, 14°25'26.5 E
Locality: Prague 1 - New Town
Underground: A, B -Mustek
Tram: 3,9,14,24 - Václavské náměstí cca 100 metres
From city centre: city centre
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