As a break from sightseeing, the location can't be beat: Barock's sidewalk tables overlook the Old-New Synagogue. Most of the buzz here is for the appearance: walls bathed in matte scarlet, deep-dish orange chairs, and recessed mood lighting make a chic statement suited to the stylish address on boutique-heavy Pařížská. That said, Barock's clientele is more fanny pack than jet set these days, but both camps seem to like the open-passport approach in the kitchen: Argentinean
pepper steak, New Zealand lamb chops, and Japanese-style yellowfin tuna, served with soba noodles, all meet on the same menu.
Oct 13, 2005
spent a coupel evenings at Barock. Very upbeat atmosphere. The service and the food are amazing and the atmosphere is very modern and upbeat.
Apr 12, 2002
This place would be at home in New York or LA. It's asian cuisine is good though a bit overpriced by Prague standards. We ate outdoors on a beautiful spring day and found it much nicer than the interior. The dishes were among the most unique aspects of the experience including a deep black individual salad bowl with a hole in one side to slip one end of your chopsticks and a dent in the rim on the reverse side to rest the other end of them. Pretty