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The Little Quarter, where this establishment is located, is full of mystery and surprise. Every street leads to a magical square or secret garden that has remained unchanged over the centuries, maintaining its original character and allure. Dining at ‘Konírna’ offers a great chance to experience this history and special ambience. After all there has been a restaurant housed in this building since 1776.
The smartly decorated main restaurant space features historic, stonevaulted ceiling, colourful aquarium and framed views of the Square. Meanwhile the less formal Brasserie next door draws inspiration from the charming Czech countryside pub and it's decorated with various farming
implements while seating guests on traditional timber benches. During the spring and summer the front garden comes into its own, allowing al fresco dining alongside the
peaceful Square. The award-winning chef,
Martin Slezák, has created a menu offering
fine dining at affoardable prices, showcasing
traditional Czech and International cuisine.
GPS: 50°5'9.327 N, 14°24'19.078 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Mala Strana
Underground: A - Malostranská
Tram: 12, 20, 22 - Malostranské náměstí
From city centre: city centre
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