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|Rating by Square Meal:||65%||67%||68%|
|Rating by visitors:||64%||64%||64%|
Dining here, on the elevated ground floor, means that people look up and smile as they catch a passing glimpse of the interior - probably the most stylish Art Deco space in the city. No expense has been spared - the pristine, white marble floor, softened by the warm wooden tones of the paneled walls, inlaid with fragile images of peacocks, antelopes, weeping willows and wispy clouds. But all are mere distractions in comparison with the wonderful view, framed by magnificent ribbon of windows, which form the facade. As you savour the Czech/International tasting menu, listen to the pianist set the mood, the Vltava river flows before you and the lace-work of Little Quarter roofs and spires are crowned by majestic Prague Castle.
GPS: 50°4'54.249 N, 14°24'47.578 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: C -Národní třída
Tram: 6,9,17,18,21,22 - Národní divadlo
From city centre: city centre
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