V Zátiší Restaurant, Prague

The Easter period was a great opportunity to go for a lamb feast. We chose the three-course lunch menu at the V Zátiší restaurant. The restaurant belongs to the Zátiší Group, which also includes my favorite restaurant Mlýnec. During our visit, the owner of the entire group Sanjiv Suri was sitting at the next table, and we just smiled and waved at him, and he also personally welcomed us, even though he didn’t know us. Very friendly approach.

Ricotta and gorgonzola ravioli, tomato dip, butter emulsion
Ricotta and gorgonzola ravioli, tomato dip, butter emulsion

Ricotta and gorgonzola ravioli, tomato dip, butter emulsion. Excellent taste and literally a whiff of Italy in a luxurious execution. Beautifully served.

Lamb confit, mashed potatoes, spinach, bear garlic
Lamb confit, mashed potatoes, spinach, bear garlic

Lamb confit, mashed potatoes, spinach, wild garlic as the main course was thematically suitable for the Easter period. Confit is a method of very slow cooking at low temperatures. The meat is very tender, tasty, and literally falls apart into fibers after this preparation. In this case, the meat was already broken down into fibers and reassembled into a cube shape. Very tasty dish.

Tapioca pudding, mango sorbet
Tapioca pudding, mango sorbet

The influence of Indian cuisine, which partially dominates in the kitchen thanks to the Indian chef Ramesh Mamgain, could be felt in the tapioca pudding with mango sorbet dessert. The dessert was light, fluffy, and tasted great.

I consider the price of CZK 495 (about 20 EUR) for a three-course menu and CZK 395 (about 16 EUR) for a two-course menu to be an extraordinary value for money. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin recommendation in 2022 and is one of about 25 restaurants on the Czech Michelin Guide.

Bon appetit!

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✓ Tip: Combine a Czech food experience with a visit to the brand-new interactive exhibition of Pilsner Urquell, the most famous Czech beer, in the center of Prague. A must for beer enthusiasts!