A lounge-y spot on a well-trafficked stretch of Újezd, Noi delivers on the promise of its Zen interior by cooking excellent Thai classics. The lithe staff is quick to accommodate its hip clientele at low tables surrounded by Buddha statues. And the kitchen excels at standards like a citrusy pad thai and addictive fried shrimp cakes. Curries, which run from tingly to tear-inducing hot, are cut by the creaminess of coconut milk and jasmine rice. There's an excellent selection
of wines and special teas.
Oct 11, 2013
Unlike other Fodor's Prague restaurant reviews, this one was true. The food was good, and the ambiance is somewhat hip. They have free Wifi as well. The deserts were inviting but we were too full to try them. We plan on going again.