When looking for fine dining in Prague, Boheme Bourgeoise is a must, a restaurant which combines dégustation, immaculate presentation and cultural history.
rnSleekly presented, with black furniture, arched ceilings and funky wall-mounted spotlights that subtly pick out your food while you relax in a softer backlight, the restaurant offers three main menus, which change daily according to the availability of fresh ingredients at the local markets and the whims of the highly skilled chefs
rnThe traditional menu uses 18th-century recipes from historic regional cookbooks. The second (continental) menu draws on Italian, British and French dishes for inspiration. The final menu (international) mixes everything up in an erudite display of eclectic fusion cooking.
rnYou simply sit and wait as one glorious-tasting dish after another weaves its way to your table, sommeliers hand-pick the best wines for you, and the chefs busy themselves as you watch through an opening in the wall. Boheme’s service is impeccable, and while dining here is definitely not cheap, it is highly recommended.