This restaurant on the ground floor and in the cellar of a charming house provides one of the friendliest and most reasonable home-cooked Czech meals in central Prague. Nadia Cerníková's apple strudel keeps the regulars coming back. Her husband, Vítezslav Cerník, once noticing a hungry and lost American (my husband), came out to guide him into the restaurant through the scaffolding erected for the reconstruction of this 16th-century burgher's house on a narrow Malá Strana side street. The atmosphere makes you feel as if you've been invited into the family's home for a cozy candlelit dinner. The menu offers a fine and affordable chateaubriand for two, a thick filet of pikeperch in wine leaf, and a breast of duck with saffron apples. Save room for the flaky strudel served with egg cognac.
- © Frommer's 2013
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good food nice atmosphere
went there with a colleague, the atmosphere was more for lovers than business people as this restaurant is placed in old basements near Charles Bridge. Tables with candle lights, soft...
- posted on 03.22.12
- by i_picci
- Recommended 2010