Maltézské náměstí 11
Tel.:+420 257 530 318
mob:+420 257 530 000
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It is said that King Rudolf II had food tasters whose sole job was to visit the pubs and restaurants of Prague on behalf of His Majesty. They were to discover establishments which offered a high enough quality of food and setting to warrant a royal visit. Restaurants which achieved the required level of excellence were awarded a much coveted Royal Star. On very rare occasions two stars would be awarded. However once the royal tasters chanced upon U Malířů (At the Painters) they were so impressed that they were compelled to award an unprecedented three-star award! That was 468 years ago and today the restaurant still maintains the same high standard of excellence. The beautiful, romantic setting opposite Maltézské Square has lost little of its charm over the centuries. Visiting this restaurant is at once an artistic, culinary and historic experience.
Spectacular frescoes decorate the walls and vaulted ceiling, while gentle sunlight filters through the colored glass. Czech cuisine is prepared with great care according to historic recipes.
GPS: 50°5'12.0834 N, 14°24'22.158 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Mala Strana
From city centre: .
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