La Degustation Boheme Burgeoise – a fabulous gastronomic experience for those of refined tastes and palates
The next time you are exploring Old Town, make a point of stopping at the corner of Rybná a Haštalská. There, under the sign bearing their name, hides the inconspicuous entrance to La Degustation, a restaurant that is outstanding for both its beautiful interiors and the level of the culinary experience it provides. All the gourmet specialties here are prepared by the head chef Oldřich Sahajdák from only the highest quality fresh seasonal ingredients supplied by Czech farmers.
The restaurant, which serves its delicacies under its impressive and original glass-bone chandeliers, is famed for it’s 8-course degustation menu, with each course being complimented by it’s own wine or non-alcoholic drink. The meal is a special event - make sure to be prepared to reserve plenty of time - La Degustation‘s management recommends a minimum of two hours. The restaurace is open from Tuesday to Sunday, so on a Monday you would need to head somewhere else: perhaps to Field Restaurant.
Field Restaurant - Love at first bit; an experience which will change your notions about how ingredients can be combined
Situated in the atmospheric Old Prague right by Josefov, you can find another celebrated restaurant mentioned in the 2018 Michelin Guide. Field Restaurant will delight the taste buds of all its diners, not only aficionados of modern Czech cuisine and lovers of distinctive flavors. Besides choosing from the à la carte menu, you can also order the renowned 10-course wine-tasting or lunch-tasting menu. The team, headed by Chef Radek Kaspark, prepares specialties that stand out both in flavour as well as food styling. And on top of its Michelin star, the restaurant also boasts third place in the weekly publication - Euro’s - list of top restaurants.
Alcron Restaurant – a peak culinary experience, which will tantalize your tastebuds
Despite that Alcron didn’t make it into the Michelin guide this year (unlike in previous years), it is still without a doubt one of the very best restaurants in Prague. The lovely premises are decorated with paintings of dancing couples in the style of Tamara de Lempicka, a 1930s fireplace and art deco-style accessories. And the delicious dishes here are prepared, among others, by one of the most talented and hailed of Czech chefs - Roman Paulus. Alcron serves only the best of French cuisine and is renowned for its fish and seafood specialties.