Information Restaurant Konírna
Excellent Czech and Old Bohemian cuisine, a luxury location in the centre of Prague and award winning chef Martin Slezák who has gold and silver medals from international culinary competitions and Olympiads. These are just some of the reasons for visiting the restaurant Konírna. It is a popular place for leading Czech actors, singers, writers and other artists. What should you definitely taste here? The haunch of wild boar with with rosehip sauce and gingerbread dumplings.
You will find Konírna in the Maltese Square near the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and Lennon Wall. The restaurant is housed in an historic building dating from 1771 which had formerly served as a coach inn. The area of today's brasserie was the stable for knights’ horses, hence the name of the restaurant.
The cuisine is dominated by the traditional recipes of our grandmothers, but there are many other non-traditional and modern arrangements of well known dishes. The culinary team takes inspiration from major historical cookbooks with one from 1891 that you are welcome to look at it here. The basis of all dishes are excellent, fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Vegetables are imported from the Mělnik region, game is from the Křivoklát's forests and fish is from Třeboň.
Konírna boasts a design from the famous Czech designer Miloš Machač that skillfully combines historic and modern elements. The main theme is horses so adorning the walls you’ll find horse-collars, horseshoes and lots of other equine decorations. The relaxing atmosphere is enhanced by an aquarium with an assortment of fish. In summer you can sit on the pleasant terrace overlooking the Maltese Square.