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A friend recommended Petrinsky Terasy and I'm glad he did - fantastic location and nice local food.
Pickled Hermelin cheese and some Prague ham with horseradish and a glass of local rose, I really liked the Pickled Hermelin cheese - unfortunately Prague ham was quite...More
We stopped here on the way back down from the look out tower. The soup was gorgeous and we were given a basket full of bread (for around £1). The staff were really friendly, but most of all, the views were amazing. We sat for...More
Really cool building nestled on the hill overlooking the city. We enjoyed all of the food we had, I got the chefs special sausage while my wife was particularly happy that they offered vegetarian sausage. Prices were ok, service a little slow, but it’s certainly...More
It was more than a dinner, it was a wedding party of nice friends. This nice young couple who were originally my daughter´s friends became also nice friends of my husband and I. So we traveled from Holland in order to attend their wedding with...More
If the owner ever reads this then you need to know that the tall skinny rude man is the reason we will never come back (we love locally and have done for 3 years) and we will not tell a soul about your restaurant. We...More
We went for our first visit to this lovely place on Saturday afternoon. Location is wonderful and the views from the terrace are brilliant, can't wait to go there in summer. We just had a small dish each and shared some fries, that was plenty...More
Lovely little log-cabin type restaurant tucked away in the middle of the park. Beautiful views of the city from the terrace, and log burner in the restaurant to give respite from the freezing cold! Good food at good prices
We walked by many times from the Nebozizek stop, the road is nice and flat leading to this restaurant and continues all the way to the Castle. This restaurant is easy to miss even though is right by the road. We have not visited until...More
We keep coming back to this lovely spot in Prague, a short walk from the half-way stop on the Funicular railway. There is a large open-air terrace (as in the name!); also a cosy, warm 'woodsman hut' type area if the weather is inclement or...More