JCB, D, VISA, EC/MC
|Rating by Square Meal:||70%||73%||65%|
|Rating by visitors:||67%||68%||67%|
Summer is a great time to dine outdoors in Prague. Here you can sit beneath the huge chestnut tree, watch the world go by and admire the stunning Baroque architecture. Hundreds of years ago this beautiful Square in the Old Town was home to the customs bureau. All goods entering the Old Town had to come here, pay customs duty, and, only then, would they be allowed to proceed into the city to sell their wares. The tranquil atmosphere today beguiles its’ former use. It is apt that an Indian restaurant should now be housed here - importing its’ spices and herbs from far away. Guests dine at, ornately carved, tables with brightly colored lanterns hanging above. The excellent cuisine offers numerous dishes of note, including the fish curry and Tandoori dishes, baked in the traditional, Indian, clay, oven.
GPS: 50°5'16.4574 N, 14°25'25.8384 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: A - Staroměstská
Bus: 133 - Náměstí Republiky
Tram: 17, 18 - Staroměstská
From city centre: city centre
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