Information Restaurant Století
Restaurant Století is situated in the historical centre of Prague, at the intersection of Karolíny Světlé Street and Konviktská Street, opposite the St Cross Rotunda, in the vicinity of the National Theatre and the Charles Bridge. It was built where stables used to be kept and the interior still retains some of the original features. The restaurant has been welcoming its guests since 1998.
To respect the history of the building, Restaurant Století's interior has been designed accordingly. The lobby with the bar and the fireplace is painted with earth tones and decorated with paintings inspired by era of Rudolph. The bar is separated from the dining area by an interconnecting room with the self-serve salad bar and the period wardrobe for storing guests' coats. There is a wooden snake (made in 1858) hanging from the ceiling as a focal point of the dining room with 44 seats. This snake was the house sign of the pharmacy in Nerudova Street.
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Friendly and professional staff. Affordable. Didn't feel bad wearing whatever after work. Food nicely presented. If you want typical Czech experience or better like 50 sorts of beer than wine, or, say, a full plate of side dish with your boring schnitzel then maybe you'll be disappointed.
Small portions. No breda. Notting exciting about the food.