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A friendly and stylish Mediterranean restaurant in Prague's hip Karlin Quarter. This whole area has been complely revamped with former industrial buildings transformed into trendy office developments fitting nicely into the residential fabric.
The wide, tree-linned, grid-iron streets have a romantic Parisien feel about them with the wonderful Art Noveau buildings providing a theatrical backdrop. It is much quieter and less frequented than the Old/New Town - which is a definite plus if you are here for a romantic date or business lunch. And you can park quite easily.
The restaurant offers a number of settings - outside 'al fresco' dining beneath the trees, intimate ground floor interior and private, cellar events room. The menu offers Mediterranean and Italian cuisine with a special emphasis on seafood - flown in twice a week from Italy. There is also a good choice of pasta, risotto and salads. They also have a delicatessen next door which sells Mediterranean specialties - cheese, wine, salami and much more.
GPS: 50°5'42.176 N, 14°27'27.516 E
Locality: Prague 8
Tram: 8,24- Urxova
From city centre: .
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