We read about this restaurant in Rick Steves' Prague guidebook and were surprised by both the brilliant view and the spotty service. The waiters didn't greet us, frequently forgot us for long periods of time, and took a very long time to bring our food with maybe only a couple other tables occupied. That's what put me off most, not to mention the priciness.
The view is breathtaking, and we hung out there from 6-9pm to watch the sun set and the city lights go up. I would've given this place fewer stars without it. On the terrace, you can see the St. Vitus Cathedral, Lobkowicz Palace, the Vltava, the red roofs of the Little Quarter, the mini Eiffel, and the rolling green foliage of the Petrin Hill from your dinner table.
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