Fish and Seafood
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It doesn’t get more picturesque than this - a small cottage with Kampa park on one side and the river on the other. These cosy spaces used to house the Prague fishermans club, where members would meet for a drink, cook their catch and exchange stories after a days fishing on the Vltava river outside. Today the premises are open to everyone to enjoy the fabulous panoramic views from the large timber-decked riverside terrace. The stunning vista takes in the Vltava river, Shooters Island, the Old Town bank and Charles Bridge. The river boats slow down here as they line up to enter the lock and be carried up the weir. If you prefer to sit inside there is a smoking and non-smoking room, one facing Kampa park and the other the river. And after your meal a quiet walk alongside through the park to Charles Bridge will round things off nicely.
As you would expect the menu is dominated by fish. Featuring one section with Czech river fish such as carp, pike, trout and another offering sea fish such as tuna, salmon, sole. For the most part the fish are grilled and come with your choice of sides. And if meat takes your fancy then there’s the goulash, pork knee and steak.
GPS: 50°4'58.429 N, 14°24'28.188 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Malá Strana
Underground: A - Malostranská
Tram: 6, 9, 12, 20, 22 - ÚJEZD
From city centre: city centre
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