If pasta’s your thing, then Noodles, one of the Prague restaurants which features pastas from all over the globe – from Italy to Indonesia, Mongolia to Thailand – is your place. If you like to dine in designer surroundings, even better, since Noodles is the associate restaurant of trendy Hotel Yasmin (see Sleep) and offers, along with good food, a highly memorable interior.
rnWhile many hotel restaurants are (frankly) quite stuffy, Noodles creates an ambience that, while complementary to the Yasmin, is also distinct from it. It’s separated by a lengthy corridor (where you can also sit and take a coffee), and instead of the hotel’s olive-green leaf motif, Noodles occupies a red cram and chrome world of its own that’s all mirror-ball lights, tufty red installations sprouting from the floor, and a variety of table/chair/booth/stool combinations.
rnThere’s even a separate entrance, making it conveniently accessible from Wenceslas Square. You would almost expect mediocre food in such a striking environment, but Noodles manages to deliver on pretty much all counts.