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Restaurant Na Kopci

Restaurant Na Kopci

Couple days ago, we visited restaurant Na Kopci – Prague restaurant awarded by Michelin Main Cities of Europe 2015 with Michelin Bib Gourmand 2015. That is an awards for the restaurants offering the great menu for reasonable prices. We used the family celebration to prove it and were not disappointed at all! Actually, we were amazed by everything we had ordered. 


 

The name of the restaurant is “Na Kopci” which in Czech means “on the hill” that reflects its real location. It is located bit far from the historical center in Prague 5 district, but to get there is not actually that difficult. From metro Anděl, by bus #231 (station Na Knížecí) you are up on the hill in 4 minutes. The only problem might be bus intervals starting on 15 mins, but when you get there, from the first minute you will be assured that it was worth a visit. 
The restaurant is not that big and has very friendly atmosphere that is encouraged by walls covered by photos from “family” archives. The menu is limited which is something we appreciate as we do not spend a lot of time by deciding what to order. However, if it happens that you can not choose, you can order their 4-course degustation menu. As well as wine list is quite short, but you will always select the right one to pair with your meal. The service was attentive and professional and nicely supported the impression we got from our visit. 
Our menu of choice consisted of chef starter selection, halibut fillet with lemon, artichoke risotto and cherry tomatoes & grilled veal liver with pepper morello cherry, potato purée and maraschino sauce and to satisfy our sweet tongue, we ordered crème brûlée. As wine, we selected Mosel Riesling, 2013 Haus Klosterberg. We can not say any word against, everything was so good and tasty.
All together – it was very nice and pleasant foodie experience (for really very reasonable price) and we will definitely come back soon! :-)

The name of the restaurant is “Na Kopci” which in Czech means “on the hill” that reflects its real location. It is located bit far from the historical center in Prague 5 district, but to get there is not actually that difficult. From metro Anděl, by bus #231 (station Na Knížecí) you are up on the hill in 4 minutes. The only problem might be bus intervals starting on 15 mins, but when you get there, from the first minute you will be assured that it was worth a visit. 

 

 

The restaurant is not that big and has very friendly atmosphere that is encouraged by walls covered by photos from “family” archives. The menu is limited which is something we appreciate as we do not spend a lot of time by deciding what to order. However, if it happens that you can not choose, you can order their 4-course degustation menu. As well as wine list is quite short, but you will always select the right one to pair with your meal. The service was attentive and professional and nicely supported the impression we got from our visit. 

 

 

Our menu of choice consisted of chef starter selection, halibut fillet with lemon, artichoke risotto and cherry tomatoes & grilled veal liver with pepper morello cherry, potato purée and maraschino sauce and to satisfy our sweet tongue, we ordered crème brûlée. As wine, we selected Mosel Riesling, 2013 Haus Klosterberg. We can not say any word against, everything was so good and tasty.

 

 

All together – it was very nice and pleasant foodie experience (for really very reasonable price) and we will definitely come back soon! :-)

 

Address: K Závěrce 2774/20, Prague 5


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