V Zátiší is a fine-dining restaurant in the centre of Prague – it’s been a few years since we visited. They have an all-inclusive menu offer, with unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks. We gave it a try.
There are several variations of the all-inclusive menu offering eight or twelve meals.
The eight and twelve numbers are number of dishes served, not courses. The menus offer good value – well except the wine and champagne inclusive menus, as unless you plan to drink more than a bottle per person, you would be better with the non-alcohol menu and just order a bottle from the wine list.
The interior is stylish and comfortable.
The dishes are served in the centre of the table – what Americans would call ‘family style’. There are many Indian influences within the menu.
We were able to choose one ‘no alcohol’ menu and one ‘wine and beer’ menu. I had a glass of Prosecco and then switched to a decent red (Rumors Roble Tempranillo 2015) – the friendly waiter was happy to top up my glass.
Naan bread and Czech bread
Chilled tomato soup, coconut, avocado
Sea bream ceviche, cucumber, basil, yuzu
Lamb tartare tarragon, quail egg
Tandoori tiger prawns, mint-coriander chutney
Lovage gnocchi, mushrooms, sheep cheese Bryndza, smoked oil
Tandoori chicken paratha, tamarind chutney
Homemade ice lolly – served in dry ice
Chocolate cremeaux – which although not the star of the show was the best part
Everything was delicious and we certainly felt like we’d had enough to eat.
Our bill was discounted by 500 Kč – this was an offer during June from Zátiší Club. The club is free to join and offers regular benefits, plus special offers like this one. https://www.zatisigroup.cz/en/zatisi-club-en
I’m hoping the 250 Kč per menu discount offer is extended into July, as I’d certainly return for that. Even without a discount, the menu is good value.
V Zátiší Restaurant
110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic
Tuesday — Saturday
11.30 — 15.00
17.00 — 22.00
+420 222 221 155