The decor is almost comically ominous—what's with the musical instruments and juxtaposed pictures of wolves and babies on the walls?—but the ambience is friendly at this pan-Balkan restaurant on a busy stretch of the Malá Strana. Their authentic kitchen cooks delicately spiced mincemeat sausages called čevapčiči, roasted lamb, and a "gourmet" pljeskavice, essentially an open-faced hamburger topped with bacon and cheese. Taking cues from Croatian cuisine,
the menu branches out to more Mediterranean fare, including caprese salad, salmon carpaccio, and an excellent selection of no-nonsense grilled fish.
Oct 11, 2013
Food was good. The decor is weird, but will keep you entertained (make sure to look up the ceiling). The service was good too. Good value for the money. We would go there again. It felt touristy but not a bad experience.