This venerable place was one of the new Republic’s first proper restaurants, opening its doors in 1991, and it still has a good reputation after more than two decades of service. The big guidebooks gush embarrassingly over it. Every hotel receptionist recommends it. But is all the good press really deserved? A lot has changed… Continue reading Review: V Zátiší
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Sardinian tapas and breakfasts to die for. Just leave the Yorkshire pudding.
Sexy curries, raw cake, a beer museum and pie.
Watching a depressed pizza chef slowly and unhappily placing tinned mushrooms onto the frozen dough before reluctantly shoving it into the oven