Mon-Sun: 08.00-24.00. Breakfast 08.00-11.00, Mon-Sun: Gourmet shop 08.00-23.00
Sodexho Pass, Ticket Restaurant, Cheque Déjeuner, CITI, VISA, EC/MC
|Rating by Square Meal:||75%||70%||73%|
|Rating by visitors:||74%||74%||72%|
An authentic French Brasserie in Prague’s historic quarter, with a popular adjoining ‘Boutique Gourmandes’ filled with a range of authentic French culinary products to take home, including fresh baguettes, cakes, confectionery, cheese, sausages and a big choice of French wines - a French wine sommelier is at hand to advise on the best choice. The bright interior with white-painted brick walls, white panelling and oak, parquet floor provide an informal and relaxed setting. The brasserie serves breakfast every day from 8am and continues with great value lunch and dinner dishes. The dining space occupies a spacious interior with full-height, arched windows which open to allow street-side seating where guests can enjoy the sun, architecture and street-life. The attention to detail makes dining here a pleasant and authentic experience - a little piece of Paris in Prague.
Selected dishes - may vary according to seasonal offer:
Appetiser: Dozen snails from Bourgogne (215Kč). Half dozen fried frog legs with Aioli sauce (140Kč). St. Jacob’s mussels with chervil mousse (195Kč). Little Savoy ‘Raclette’ (155Kč). Rösti classique with lard and onions (165Kč). Onion soup (95Kč).
Fish: Dozen tiger prawns with a handful of herbs and garlic butter (295Kč). Mussels finished with a glass of Chablis wine (225Kč).
Meat: Original Andouillette sausage from Nord- Pas-de-Calais with strong taste and aroma (265Kč). Coq au vin (285Kč). Beef bourguignon (265Kč).
Dessert: Homemade traditional Tart Tatin (79Kč). Variety of French cheese served with fig and onion compote, 3pcs (180Kč).
GPS: 50°5'18.408 N, 14°25'49.075 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: B - Náměstí Republiky
Bus: 133 - Náměstí Republiky
Tram: Náměstí Republiky, Václavské náměstí
From city centre: city centre
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