Fast food restaurants in Prague have been revolutionised by this designer-esque joint off Wenceslas Square, Modrý zub, ‘Blue Tooth’, a chic Thai eatery with open kitchen in the rear. There seems to be no reason for the name other than to continue the blue theme of its sister establishments, the Blue Light and Ultramarin.
These canny entrepreneurs entice passers-by with the sleek furniture and red sofas beyond the broad windows and then wow with friendly, efficient service and noodles par excellence.
Take away is available from the kitchen in suitable NYC cartons while those lucky enough to get a table or stool inside can savour the made to order noodles and prepared soups and curries in a cool environment. Be warned, the spice quotient is as Thai as the flavours.