Located in the lovely Lesser Town district of Prague and situated on the beautiful Maltézské Square close to world famous Charles Bridge, is the splendid Konírna Restaurant. The restaurant has a long history since it is located in the place of a former inn founded in 1771 while the left side of the building (now the Konirna beer hall) used to be a horse stable. This 240-seat restaurant that consists of a salon, a Medieval cellar, a brasserie and a large summer patio offers traditional Czech fare, international cuisine, wild game, seafood and poultry in an attractive, historic and comfortable setting, which showcases historic charm together with modern design. Under the expert guidance of Martin Slezák, the team of experienced chefs at Konírna Restaurant prepare delicious specialties from traditional recipes, as well as lighter and more modern fare. Konírna Restaurant uses only the freshest and finest ingredients; the game served is hunted and prepared in the Křivoklát forest area, the fish is caught fresh in the famous Třeboň fishponds and the vegetables are from the fertile area of Mělník where the Labe, or Elbe, River flows. These delicacies are our favorites: Pâté made from Křivoklát Fallow Deer and Wild Boar (baked in dough and finished with red wine and cranberry jelly), the Traditional Goulash Soup (with mild paprika and beef shank served in a warm bread bowl), the Šumava Knuckle of Lamb in Black Beer (with apples, garlic and rosemary and mashed potatoes), the Pikeperch from Třeboň Baked in Garlic and Thyme (served with creamy spinach, mild potato purée and nutty butter) and the Argentine Prime Rib Steak with Potato Crust (served with roast vegetables and La Ratte potatoes. As no meal is complete without dessert, we highly recommend sampling some Czech classics such as the Fried Walnut Ice Cream which comes in a crispy shell, and is served with plum sauce and stewed plums, or the Homemade Apple Strudel (with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream). Konírna Restaurant also offers catering services and take-away.
Maltézské nám. 10, Prague 1, +420 257 534 121, www.konirna.eu
Address: Maltézské nám. 10, Praha 1