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It’s not every day that you get a chance to dine in a fabulous interior from the 16th century! Originally this building - called ‘At the Three Violins’ - housed the studio of a royal court painter but gained worldwide fame as the workshop of the best violin maker in the Czech Republic. Its location on the ‘Kings’ way’ route to Prague Castle - only five minute walk away - adds to the sense of prestige and charm. The cosy interior, decorated with antique furnishings and violins exudes a sense of history with intact period features such as decorative plaster and timberwork given prominance. There is also a small upstairs terrace with a couple of tables which comes into its own in the warmer months. The competent cuisine focuses on hearty, well-prepared traditional Czech dishes. The roast duck is a popular signature dish well worth trying. After a meal a five minute walk down to the Charles Bridge provides a fabulous conclusion to the dining experience.
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Appetisers: Grilled goose liver foie gras on green leaves with nuts and honey (290Kč). Prague stewed ham served with apple horseradish (120Kč). Fish: Perch fillet grilled with cumin and garlic butter (390Kč). Meat: Roasted pork with gravy, white cabbage (290Kč). Roasted duck in old Czech style with red and white cabbage and potato dumplings (290Kč). South bohemian goulash (290Kč). New Zealand lamb chops with spinach leaves (390Kč). Grilled deer saddle with forest mushroom sauce (390Kč). Dessert: Homemade crème brulée decorated with fresh fruit (120Kč). Warm apple strudel with whipped cream (120Kč).
GPS: 50°5'19.421 N, 14°24'4.086 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Malá Strana
Underground: A- Malostranská
Tram: 12,20,22-Malostranské náměstí
From city centre: .
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