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Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Eric J.Field

Time Out says

Prague’s newest Michelin-star winner serving fresh ingredients in a simple setting near the Jewish Quarter of Old Town

Local Chef Radek Kašpárek’s popular addition to Prague’s growing contemporary dining options explores “modern cuisine with an emphasis on a straightforward and simplistic presentation”. This translates into flavor combinations with minimal alterations to their natural roots, served in multi-course degustation or a la carte menus for lunch or dinner. While Field shies away from stodgy formality, there is a dress code of smart casual and children under six years old are not allowed in the restaurant. The mellow quality of this culinary playground pairs nicely with a classical concert at nearby venues like Rudolfinum or Maisel Synagoge.

Time Out tip: Get in the door quickly before the newly acquired Michelin-star creates a waiting list that extends out the door and down the street.

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Written by
Auburn Scallon


U Milosrdných 12, Prague 1, 110 00
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm; Sat noon-3pm, 6-10:30pm; Sun noon-3pm, 6-10pm
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