Under the supervision of the Orthodox Council of Kaschrus, the King Solomon has brought to Prague a truly kosher restaurant, across from the Pinkas Synagogue. The restaurant's dozen booths are camped under an industrial-looking atrium. During dining hours, which strictly adhere to the Sabbath, you can choose from a variety of fresh vegetable and meat dishes following kosher dietary rules. Saturday meals must be arranged separately and paid for before the Sabbath. The broad menu ranges from a vegetable béchamel for 250Kc ($12/£5.95) to a stuffed roast quail for 1,600Kc ($76/£38). Selections of Israeli, American, and Moravian kosher wine include the restaurant's pride: a Frankovka red from the Aaron Günsberger Moravian cellars in Rakvice.
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