The service was perfect, the food lovely (sea food laguna, sea bass, creme brulee), we loved the Moravian wine that was recommended to us by the sommelier BUT the portions of the main courses as well as the starters were considerably smaller than what the standard in posh restaurant is. My fish came with gnochi but the side dish was more like a decoration. I was ok when I was leaving the restaurant but I got hungry about an hour later despite of having all three courses (plus two tiny complimentary ones). It is true that I chose light meals such as sea food and fish but I almost always make such a choice when eating in this type of restaurants and I always feel full and satisfied. I would therefore recommend to have both the sweet dessert and the cheese selection though it is unusual of course. The bottom line is that as much as I enjoyed the dinner, next time I would favour a more generous restaurant. This restaurant is also one of the most expensive ones in Prague.
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