V Zatisi

The V Zatisi restaurant is a refreshing and contemporary alternative to the predominantly classical settings of fine dining establishments in Prague. A famous Czech designer combined this traditional location with a variety of contemporary forms to create a pleasant atmosphere. The interior features bold use of shape and color and is complete with plaster flowers, flying candles, gradient illumination and still pictures; the local menu is as equally impressive. The Chef de Cuisine, Milan Hořejš, is excellent at creating amazing culinary spin-offs to traditional Bohemian dishes, and visitor Michelin Star Master Chef Mahavir Kansval has lent his considerable talents to the menu by adding a long list of Indian dishes, the tandoori being among his award-winning triumphs; we recommend his Mustard Tandoori Tiger Prawns as a starter. For dinner, we suggest the Lamb Chops crusted with violet mustard and herb cremolata; then really make it an evening to remember with the Dessert Sampler, and a shot of espresso. This culinary jewel is nestled in the city center, close to Bethlehem Chapel and surrounded by charming houses and cobblestone streets.


Photos: Dolce Vita


Liliová 1, Betlémské náměstí, Prague 1, +420 222 221 155, www.vzatisi.cz

Article tags:
Fine Dining in Old Town, Indian Cuisine, Restaurant in Old Town, Traditional Czech Cuisine

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