|Rating by Square Meal:||75%||60%||65%|
|Rating by visitors:||76%||70%||72%|
A Belgian chef once amusingly described his nation's cuisine as ‘French cuisine with bigger portions.’ That is certainly true here where traditional Belgian dishes are washed down with a range of beers (3-11% content) - including: Hoegaarden, Kasteel, Stella Artois... here you can find 85 types of Belgian beers, the largest selection in Prague! You should definately try the mussels - the Belgians’ favourite dish. The brasserie also boasts an envyable setting in a magnificent, Art Nouveau, corner-building at Prague's exclusive Pařížská Street - in the Jewish Quarter. The traditional timber-panneled interior with extensive bar, creates a cosy dining setting. While the full-height windows afford spectacular views to the historic 'Old New Synagogue' and neighbourhood.
GPS: 50°5'26.942 N, 14°25'5.872 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Bus: 133 - Právnická fakulta
Tram: 17, 18 - Právnická fakulta
From city centre: city centre
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