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Ztr� a N�zy is only a short walk away from bustling Wenceslas Square. This atmospheric restaurant is strewn with Ztr� a N�zy, which is Czech for lost and found. Boxer... Read More
Ztr� a N�zy is only a short walk away from bustling Wenceslas Square. This atmospheric restaurant is strewn with Ztr� a N�zy, which is Czech for lost and found. Boxer gloves, a robust bicycle, ancient set of skis, a vintage tennis racket and all sorts of sport related bric-a-brac. The walls are adorned with enamel advertising signs promoting a certain brand of bicycle tire and all sorts of other enviable products but unreadable for tourists because they are in Czech. The menu offers everything grandma would be proud of; from chicken oozing with mushroom cream sauce to potato pancakes and sauerkraut. Complete your meal with a sturdy tankard of Kozel, clear golden beer with light hoppiness and slight bitterness.
Prague, 120 00
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- Daily 11am-11pm
- Homestyle: "Share your table with the locals who come here especially to sample Grandma's Cuisine. Everyone likes the way Chef prepares trout that melts in the mouth."
- Best for Homestyle Because: Try Bohemian platter if you are really hungry; roast duck, roast pork, smoked meat, red and white cabbage, bread and potato dumplings.