The Miura Hotel in Beskydy
At the very heart of the Beskydy
Mountains in the east of the Czech Republic, in the town of Čeladná, there is the Miura Hotel design hotel with a top-quality restaurant
. The hotel will please both fans of art, design and architecture, and golf, because it is located right at the premises of a golf course. The Miura hotel restaurant is a joy to visit for all gourmets. The chef has prepared a diverse menu, inspired by Italian cuisine as well as exotic Asia and variations of traditional local recipes. The local traditional sauerkraut soup or pike-perch fillet are famous.
Field Restaurant in Prague
One of the few Czech restaurants that have received a Michelin star
. And quite justly. The restaurant is in the very heart of the Old Town
of Prague, near the Convent of St. Agnes where the National Gallery
displays medieval art. The restaurant prides itself on using farm-sourced seasonal ingredients, natural procedures and traditional recipes from an unusual point of view. At Field
, they are not afraid to let things take their own course. The stubborn cuisine of Chef Radek Kašpárek can be expressed in its raw, undecorated form under the infinitely changing design ceiling
. The quality of design is reflected in the quality ingredients that literally whip up a dinner you will not forget.
Restaurant in the Kotěra Chateau in Ratboř
The hotel and the restaurant are located in the Kotěra Chateau
in Central Bohemia
near Kutná Hora
. It was built and furnished by Jan Kotěra, the founder of Czech modern architecture, and a visit to the chateau will please any lover of architecture and design from the beginning of the 20th
century. The entire structure has been recently sensitively reconstructed in the original spirit
. The restaurant brings the peaceful atmosphere of the 1900s and a cuisine with a light Mediterranean touch. In summer, you can sit outside on the terrace overlooking the chateau park, or the loggia. The chef regularly adds seasonal ingredients
and local produce
to the basic menu.
Bolt Tower Café in Ostrava Ostrava
, a city in the north of Moravia
, has been truly alive recently. Just recently, a new design café and a viewing terrace have been built there. It is a part of the new extension of Furnace No. 1 in Dolní Vítkovice
, which grew by about 25 metres and became the highest geographical point in the city. You can enjoy your cup of coffee at the height of 77.7 metres. The built-in glass round extension is used as a viewing tower with multipurpose spaces. The extension of the Furnace is an architectural symbol of fire
that always burned over the furnace when it produced a large quantity of furnace gas as a by-product of steel production.
Café Fara in Klentnice The Café in Klentnice
near South Moravian Mikulov
is the exact opposite of the modern glass architecture of the Ostrava café. It brings a peaceful atmosphere of the countryside
and you will feel like you are visiting your grandma over the summer.
The café with the restaurant is located in the shade of a church on the premises of a former vicarage and a school in the centre of the town. The area has been recently reconstructed and a modern design building of a bed and breakfast
with several minimalist but cosy rooms was added
. When you visit South Moravia, the wine region in the shade of the miniature mountains of Pálava
, Café Fara should be on your itinerary.