Zátiší Group have several restaurants in Prague; Bellevue (the flagship), V Zátiší, Mlýnec, Žofín Garden and Café Rudolfinum. Over twenty years ago, their portfolio was better. There also weren't as many places to choose from back then. Bellevue and V Zátiší were still there, but across the river there was also a small luxury place called U … Continue reading Zátiší Group wishes me Happy Birthday – although it’s not like the old days
Yamato is hidden away on a quiet street not far from Jiřího z Poděbrad Metro station. It's one of 25 restaurants in Prague that were awarded 'L’ Assiette Michelin' (the Michelin Plate). Above those there are six with a Bib Gourmand and two with a Michelin star. Our expectations, both in quality and price, were … Continue reading Yamato Japanese Restaurant, Prague
Lasagneria, as the name suggests, specialise in home-made Lasagne dishes - they also have a Cannelloni. The clever name and logo is visible from the street. And the place looks inviting, especially on a cold dark Sunday (27th Jan) evening. The interior is nicely decorated with an interesting string ceiling that could easily be a … Continue reading Lasagneria Restaurant, Prague
I'm still ashamed that it took a year before we visited QQ Asian Kitchen, so when I heard that Levain had opened last Wednesday (23rd Jan), I made sure I booked a table for Saturday night. Levain is on Kozácká, a narrow street near the fashionable Krymská street area. The place doesn't yet have a sign, … Continue reading Levain Bistro, Prague
The Midtown Grill is part of the Prague Marriott Hotel. The Marriott is opposite the Hilton on V Celnici street in central Prague. Both run an all-you-eat Sunday brunch with unlimited wine, beer, soft drinks and hot beverages. One of the plus points of the Midtown Grill is more space and large round tables. The … Continue reading Sunday Brunch at the Midtown Grill part of the Marriott Hotel, Prague
Rick Manore, our roving guest reporter, continues his photo review of Vyšehrad Cemetery and also visits the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul at Vyšehrad.
Rick Manore, our roving guest reporter, added this video from within Vyšehrad Cemetery to his Vyšehrad, Prague report.
Rick Manore, our roving guest reporter, visits Vyšehrad, Prague.. Vyšehrad is situated on a sprawling tract of elevated land south of Prague Castle and dates from 1080. Continued here..
From the desk of our guest writer Rick Manore: 50 years ago, on January 16th, Philosophy Student, Jan Palach, inspired by Vietnamese Buddhist monks, set himself on fire in front of the National Museum in protest not because of the Soviet Occupation nor the quashing of The Prague Spring uprising, but because of what he … Continue reading 50 years ago Jan Palach set himself on fire in front of the National Museum, Prague
It's been almost a year since QQ Asian Kitchen opened - I can't believe we left it so long before our visit. QQ is on a quiet street equidistant between three trams stops: Vytoň, Palackého náměstí and Botanická zahrada. We made our reservation for 7.15 on a Saturday evening and were told that only seats in … Continue reading QQ Asian Kitchen, Prague, Czech Republic