Do not miss the opportunity to dine at the Old Czech restaurant Konírna, located on Maltézské Square in the Malá Strana District. The restaurant is situated in a medieval house of the 18th century, marked with Maltese cross — a symbol of Hospitaller order. In that epoch in the room of nowadays restaurant knights’ horses were placed, and it is where the name of the restaurant comes from ("Stable", as translated from Czech).
Famous Czech designers and architects made a contribution to the well-preserved medieval setting and some of decorative elements, and created that fine interior which you can come to appreciate today at Konírna restaurant.
As for the cuisine of the restaurant, its chef Martin Slezák and his team cook dishes of Old Czech cuisine according to carefully kept old recipe books, one of which was published in the 19th century. Taste a chef’s trademark — special brisket pork or duck legs.
the restaurant Konírna does not accept reservations on Menute.com. By now :)