- By Kevin
- On Dec 19, 2017
- Travel Tips
Following the Prague city guides to learn the famous reasaurants in Prague. The tourist traps still exist, serving salty, overpriced Czech food that is simply put, nothing to write home about. Unfortunately these places are usually located in the most beautiful areas of Prague, just waiting to attack the next victim, a naive tourist.
Grand Cru Restaurant & Bar
Grand Cru - Prague's premier culinary establishment where you can experience a unique culture of food and wine at a higher level. Located in Old Town and situated in a charming renovated historical house, Grand Cru is both a classy restaurant and wine bar. The restaurant serves up delectable international cuisine by means of dishes made with seasonal top quality ingredients, of course expertly paired with rich wines to create a harmony of flavors; culinary creations are created by renowned Chef Jan Punčochář, a household name in the restaurant business.
The wine bar section of Grand Cru offers goodies such as home made pates, lightly smoked cheese and sausage, finished in their own smoke house. Grand Cru boasts more than 1,300 kinds of wine – expertly selected by top Czech sommelier Jakub Přibyl. It is of interest to note that it is possible to sample such grand wines by the glass due to the fact that the restaurant is the proud owner of an Enomatic wine machine; the wine dispenser keeps uncorked bottles fresh for weeks. Grand Cru offers a lunch menu, a la carte, and an evening menu. If you wish to sample current trends in gastronomy and enjoy the finer things in life, Grand Cru is your go-to Prague food and wine establishment.