Inside a historical building in Prague, at the end of a cobbled street, La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise is a hidden oasis for the sybarite, and the fulfilled dream of chef Oldřich Sahajdák. Coming from a family of chefs himself, he travelled the world working in small restaurants and eateries, where he learned many traditional recipes. At his return to Prague, his international experience amalgamated with Czech cuisine, and gave birth to the refined tasting restaurant that nowadays boasts a Michelin Star.

Upon your arrival you’ll be greeted by a majestic chandelier, an icon of this establishment, and the restaurant’s team will seat you at one of its beautiful oak tables that exude a sophisticated ambience. You will be able to choose between the three and five courses menu, both with a vegetarian alternative, but if adventure is what you seek, you cannot miss the 8-course tasting menu. Dining options here are ever-changing, as the chef prides himself in using select seasonal ingredients from local farmers, foragers and hunters. Game plates are especially prepared with the animal’s entourage in mind, and often include elements of its diet. Every dish is presented in a minimalist, elegant fashion, and the sommelier accompanies them with exquisite drinks made of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and herbs, as well as fine wines from all around Europe.

Prague is a wonderful city, rich in history and architectural tradition. No visit of yours can go without an excellent meal at  La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise. The innovative concept, creative genius and freshness of the best ingredients make together a unique experience that awaits you at Haštalská 18, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic. Every plate here is an adventure, and you are sure to come back hungry for more.

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