This Serbian-slash-Croatian place certainly takes the cake for one of the quirkiest restaurants in Prague, with upside down chairs hanging from the ceiling, children’s clothing strung up on odd corners and various other slightly-but-not-entirely nautically themed items scattered around the very colourful dining rooms. A vast overhead ceiling window gives off a lot of light and the further effect of being somehow submerged in a deranged yet magical world. There’ll be a lot of things on the menu you’ve never had before like Gibanica (cheese pastry), Proja (sweet corn, Balkan cheese and sour cream) and the wonderfully named “Bandit’s Skewer”, but the real order of the day is the seafood (fish restaurants in Prague are rare, to be sure) – calimari, octopus, trout and sea bream among the offerings. Prices are light enough considering the exotic range of the menu, although local Praguers will no doubt complain about the price of a pivo, at 65kc for a half-litre of Pilsner. Non beer drinkers, though, will relish Luka Lu’s range of cocktails, spirits and specialty drinks.