The austere decor—white walls and plank floors—at this wine-centric Italian restaurant on a quiet street near the Týn cathedral belies the quality and complexity of its food. Whether you stick to a simpler beetroot carpaccio with goat cheese or try something more complex like sliced octopus served in an orange vinaigrette, the dishes are skillfully prepared and attractively presented. Beef cheeks braised with Marsala and spinach or pork belly and lentils make excellent
entrées, but if you're not up for a huge meal, opt for a pasta. The all-Italian wine list is one of the city's best.