King Solomon

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King Solomon review 1 Users say 1/5 Rate it

Just a block from the Jewish Museum, King Solomon is a congruous and solid addition to the area: an upmarket restaurant with Hebrew-speaking staff and certified kosher cuisine unavailable elsewhere in town. With an atrium in the back, a long and authoritative Israeli wine list and austere sandstone-and-iron decor, it may be an odd setting for traditional comfort food such as gefilte fish, chicken soup and carp with prunes, but Solomon's a hit with visiting groups. And the portions, darling!

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King Solomon details

Široká 8,
Prague 1

Area Prague

Transport Metro Staroměstská/tram 17, 18 .

Telephone 224 818 752

King Solomon website

Open noon-11pm Mon-Thur, Sun (kitchen closes 10.30pm); 11am-90mins before sundown Fri; open by request with reservation Sat.

Main courses 450-950 K±.

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By Micky G - Aug 31 2011

seeking kosher took us to this trap which must be the worst restaurant we ever ate in anywhere in the world & we travel frquently. actually it's no more than a tourist trap in visible location, got cold soup with stale bread to start with, coldish soggy schnizel was the main dish was all so unedable we didn't even bother trying the dessert included in this fraud called business lunch, save your time and money simply AVOID !!
worth knowing there are two other kosher restaurants in Prague, both significantly better we only found out after the horrible lunch which sent us on a quest to find an alternative place to eat, Timeout editors could try a bit harder & update the info - after all we do pay for it .