Francouzská Restaurace / PRAGUE

Francouzská Restaurace is an Art Nouveau style French restaurant with lavish interior, great cuisine, and is said to be one of the top 10 restaurants in Prague! It is situated in the right wing of the Municipal House, so people can dress up for a fancy dinner before an evening concert or opera performance. The interior is decorated with geometric ornaments and even has paintings by famous painters such as Alfons Mucha! There are live piano performances, too. Definitely expensive but a very very nice place to go for a fancy dinner.

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Facing the entrance

I can’t remember why I took so few photos when the restaurant was so breathtakingly beautiful (even the restroom was pretty amazing), and the food was delicious. I think I probably felt obligated to act normal in a formal setting like this =___=

Anyways, I had the Duck Breast Barberie Roasted on a Lavender Honey. Which was basically the same Czech traditional dish I had at Cafe Imperial, but oh man it tasted soooo much better. The portion was much smaller but it was SO GOOD. The duck meat slowly melted in my mouth after some chewing and the flavor lasted (this is when I’d have a sip of wine/beer). Would be just as delicious without the red cabbage (which was not too salty this time like it was at Cafe Imperial). Overall, I would totally save up and go again if I have the opportunity, and order more stuff because I’m sure other dishes are just as good! ❤

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Duck Breast Barberie Roasted on a Lavender Honey, 695 CZK

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  • Food: ★★★★★
  • Service: ★★★★★
  • Environment: ★★★★★
  • Price: ~1000 CZK per person (if only a la carte main course + drink)
  • Suitable for: formal/fancy dinner
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