One of our trip highlights was our dining experience on our very first evening. After hearing recommendations from my husband’s parents, Auntie, and Uncle, I booked in advance a romantic 5-course dinner at Triton Restaurant in The Hotel Adria, right off of Wenceslas Square.
We often find that a server can have a big impact on our enjoyment of our meal — Karel made our night. He was authentic, informative, helpful, and all around enjoyable. His English was impeccable and besides doing his job of delivering our food while explaining the meal and educating us about the wine that was paired with each course, he went above and beyond by engaging in conversation with him about life and our respective families. We felt so welcomed into Triton and we never once felt rushed. In fact, our dinner experience lasted over two hours. We actually closed the restaurant down for the night, we were there so long!
We got to meet the master Chef
The chef, Tomas Horak, came up from the kitchen to greet us and introduce himself during our meal. He is a sweet and likeable man, and even though we had some lost in translation moments, we could tell he was genuinely happy to be our chef for the evening. He has worked in several Michelin star restaurants throughout Europe and it really shows in his skill and execution. The courses were expertly conceptualized, cooked, and artistically prepared. I have honestly never had a meal quite like the one we had that night. The flavors, textures, smells, and presentation all blew us away. Top it off with Karel bringing us a glass of wine with each course that paired beautifully, and we were in heaven.
Triton Restaurant is a unique gourmet restaurant in Prague center, hidden in a stalactite cave in the underground of the hotel Adria on the Wenceslas Square. Fine dining gastronomy that will delight all your senses. Art gastronomy in Prague restaurant, delicious meals, unique interior and live music.