A small designer brasserie in Prague, Ullmann is set in Letenské Sady – a park stretching down from the Castle to the river on the north side of the city. Upstairs is an exceptionally smart, reservations-only restaurant, while in the garden there is a simpler terrace space, where you can enjoy beer in plastic cups among topless teenagers.
rnInside, Brasserie Ullmann is simple and modern, retaining some of the Art Deco characteristics that the city so casually exudes, and a fair amount of glass means that the lines are fresh and uncomplicated. The menu is seasonal and the specials change at different times of the year to incorporate truffles, oysters and seasonal game.
rnThe menu includes an interesting combination of Czech and French dishes, making good use of local goose and rabbit. The staff are proactive and friendly, and Ullmann is a great place to come to after a head-clearing Saturday morning walk, combining spectacular views of the Old Town stretched out below with good-quality food and service.