Martin’s Bistro is a cosy place just a short walk from Jiřího z Poděbrad. The entrance is on the corner of Velehradská and Přemyslovská streets. Our first visit was a delight and we’re looking forward to return and try more dishes.
Inside there is a bar and around ten tables.
Our waitress was really friendly and quickly brought us a 0.1l glass of French Malbec (70 Kč), a homemade lemonade (55 Kč) and a bottle of tap water (free – so Martin’s Bistro is now on our list of Prague restaurants where tap water is free. I’d prefer it if they served 0.15l glasses of red wine.
The menu is tiny. The website shows it as a ‘Lunch’ menu, but it’s really an all-day menu. We both chose the Lamb Kefta Roll – minced lamb, puff pastry, chilli, yogurt, salad (240 Kč). Wow! What a delicious dish.
We shared a Key Lime Pie (80 Kč). Absolutely perfect version of this Florida dish.
The only dinner menu item is a Beef Wellington for two people (1200 Kč) and this has to be ordered one day in advance. It’s hard to find a good Beef Wellington in Prague and we can’t wait to try this one.
I’d definitely recommend a visit to Martin’s Bistro.
Vinohrady 130 00, Praha 3
(+420) 774 100 378
email@example.com – better to call for reservations as this email doesn’t seem to be checked regularly
Mon – Sat 11:30 (AM) – 10:00 (PM)