La Finestra

Platnéřská 13 prague


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Walking distance to the Four Seasons, this rustic restaurant with exposed brick provides the ideal relaxed but refined dinner for hotel guests who don't want to travel far. Spectacular specials on a recent visit included an amuse-bouche of smoked salmon panzanella. Between such courses as truffle risotto and a local pork tasting dish, diners are served a palate cleanser like a delectable caramel and lemon sorbet.

The in-town sister restaurant of local favorite Aromi, La Finestra has a soaring open dining room clad in red brick and has oak parquet floors; the small tables are pushed close together, imbuing a cozy, intimate ambience. La Finestra is open for lunch, but it’s dinnertime when the space glows in the light of candles (reservations are recommended). As at Aromi, the cuisine is Italian with a focus on steak (get one of the large meat and cheese platters to start). Those tired of Czech beer will also love the extensive wine list.

Written by Amelia Osborne Scott

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