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|Rating by Square Meal:||90%||83%||85%|
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One of the Little Quarter’s hidden treasures. A quiet, narrow side street leads to a charming courtyard and terrace. Here a short lift ride carries you to the fourth-floor restaurant. The narrow, winding streets which form the approach make the spectacular, panoramic roof-top view all the more dramatic. Prague is at your feet here as an intricate patchwork of Little Quarter, terra cotta roofs gives way to the mercurial river and the ‘100 spires’ of the Old Town. Extensive windows along one side ensure breath-taking views. “In summer our roof-top terrace is open and you can walk up to the Prague Castle gardens”, beams the manager. The menu offers imaginative cuisine with above-par preparation and presentation.
GPS: 50°5'27.035 N, 14°24'16.499 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Malá Strana
Underground: A - Malostranská
Tram: 12,20,22,91 Malostranské náměstí
From city centre: .
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