In the Hotel Hoffmeister complex, complete with the Lily Wellness & Spa Center, located directly under the majestic Prague Castle among the historical palaces of Mala Strana (Lesser Town), there are two restaurants – ADA and RIA. Many monarchs and presidents from all around the world including Queen Elizabeth II, Boris Jelcin and Vaclav Havel, to name a few, dined here and experienced firsthand the talent and style of Hotel Hoffmeister's first-class restaurants.
The team of cooks in the ADA Restaurant, under the leadership of chef Petr John, offer top quality international cuisine with a classic French influence. However, if you are ready to try some local Czech specialties, ADA is clearly one of the best choices you can make since their talent truly lies in bringing out the art and charm of fine Czech cuisine. In addition, ADA offers a variety of light snacks and appetizers and an exquisite selection of Czech and Moravian wines. With its sleek interior and a varied selection of delicious meals, ADA Restaurant, which was recommended by the prestigious Michelin Guide in 2010, will surely make your time in Prague unforgettable.
The RIA Restaurant in the front part of the Hotel Hoffmeister offers a lighter version of dining to its guests, but still with professional service. You can enjoy an informal or business lunch, Sunday Brunch for the whole family, or dinner under the open sky on the summer terrace. The RIA Restaurant menu consists of traditional Czech dishes that are prepared with great care and delicacy. The motto of the restaurant is to bring each meal to perfection.
Article tags: Traditional Czech Cuisine, International Cuisine, Wi-Fi, Al Fresco Dining, Restaurant in Lesser Town, Fine Dining in Lesser Quarter, Breakfast Served, Castle District Restaurant, Fine Dining in the Castle District, Business Lunch, Eating and Shopping in the Castle District, Sunday Brunch
Address: Pod Bruskou 7, Praha 1, +420 251 017 133, www.hoffmeister.cz
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