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A great, home-grown, Czech, restaurant concept, located on a busy city centre street, round the corner from Wenceslas Square - site of the famous Velvet revolution. The vivid red, white and blue of the ground and first floor interior are based on the colours of the Czech flag. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly with the young serving staff bringing the food direct to your table once you’e placed your order at the serving counter. Grab a first floor window table for views to the hustle and bustle of the street, theatre-of-life outside - trams wizzing by, shoppers, and office workers going about their business.
If you love chicken then this is the place for
you. Succulent, farm-reared, local chickens are
cooked on an open-fire grill to highten and preserve the taste. You can order the grilled chicken meat as wings, breast or thigh portions. Or a grilled chicken steak sandwich with a side order of chips, rice, ratatouille or fresh salad. To drink try ‘Kofola’ - Czech heritage cola or, for lovers of rich Czech beer, order a pint of ‘Bernard’. Round off the meal with a rich espresso and classic Czech pancakes with sour cream and blueberry sauce.
GPS: 50°4'58.658 N, 14°25'37.64 E
Locality: Prague 1 - New Town
Underground: Můstek cca 100 metres
Tram: 3, 9, 14, 21, 24 cca 100 metres
From city centre: .
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