Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Céleste Restaurant, Prague

 Very unique Dancing house is one of the few new modern buildings in Prague. We were lucky enough to get a chance to dine all the way at the top of the Céleste Restaurant in a private dining room, from where we had spectacular views around us.
 Oh, and how is this for travelling in style?
From our hotel to the restaurant we took in this old tram, where we sipped mulled wine and listened to live harmonica music as we drove along the icy streets of Prague.
To start off the dinner there was an amuche bouche of Foie gras, followed by a beautiful bowl of 'Soup of coco beans from Paimpol with poached quail egg and Espelette pepper'.
For mains, 'Simmental beef fillet noisettes with white Swiss chard, black trompette and red wine sauce'. I kept closing my eyes when eating this, it had to be one of the best bits of meat I have ever had in my life.
To end this meal was 'Carpaccio of clementines, almond ice cream, orange blossom cream, orgeat white clouds and Amaretti biscuits', great harmony of almond and citrus flavours. And then there was cheese, which I'm not mad for.
Everything at Céleste is just fabulous: the venue, the view, food, service. Fabulous. They somehow manage to make you feel special without making you feel intimidated, and that's not an easy thing to do. If you appreciate good food and ever get to visit Prague you simply must eat here.
 staff's attention to detail

most efficient head waiter I've ever seen

delicious bread selection

Rašínovo Nábřeží 80, Prague 2 - 267 912 475 

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