Finally, the best of Czech beer meets fine dining in central Prague. Standing out among Prague restaurants with its upbeat modern atmosphere, fine fresh cuisine, and some of the best beer this country has to offer, Nota Bene is a unique place to dine in Prague.
Using local ingredients fresh from Czech farmers, diners have a chance to eat high quality Czech products such as home grown veggies and farm raised beef, rabbit, chicken, and fish. The menu changes daily and focuses on gourmet yet slightly traditional dishes with a Czech flare. For example, we had a great flank steak with a potato puree and a rabbit leg cooked in honey and herbs with roasted smashed potatoes. Delicious, fairly priced, and of course, Nota Bene has a great selection of beer to go with your meal.
From 11-3 Nota Bene serves a lunch menu. The kitchen then closes from 3-6 (but you can still drink beer) and re-opens at 6, ready for dinner. Service is friendly and helpful, and this is a completely non-smoking restaurant. The interior is modern, simple, and fresh. Making a reservation is a good idea, as this is a smaller restaurant with limited seating.
Just around the corner from Nota Bene is Beer Point, a sister pub operated by the same folks with 6 more beers on tap.
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