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Cotto Crudo

  • Veleslavinova 21 Map It
  • Staré Mesto
  • Italian
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 01/23/2017

Fodor's Review

Having settled into its role as a leading light on Prague's culinary scene, the kitchen here dwells on crafting definitive Italian fare, overseen by chef Leonardo di Clemente. The comfortable Four Seasons restaurant and terrace graciously serves some of the finest Mediterranean cuisine in Prague, themed as cooked or raw, the latter in the form of a decadent mozarella bar and salami and prosciutto tower. Even fish, the bane of many a Czech restaurant kitchen, arrives here as intricately flavored sea bass with baked herb and salt crust. It pairs nicely with the hotel's own vibe, that of unquestioning luxury. Servers move seamlessly, the courses are expertly timed, and the sommelier eagerly suggests his recommendations. Despite the high prices and reverent treatment of the ingredients, the light, airy dining room is quite welcoming. And in a nod to the many family guests, there's a kids' menu, along with staff who love to pamper them.

Restaurant Information

Address:

Four Seasons Prague, Veleslavinova 21, Prague, Praha, 110 00, Czech Republic

Map It

Phone:

/221–426–880

Published 01/23/2017

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