Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec follows the seasons. Do not expect cherries in December or wild mushrooms in February, Chef Vladimir Vanicek composes climate-friendly menus. Mlynec won the prestigious Bib Gourmand award which stands for excellent value for money. The menu features smoked veal tartare served with homemade truffle mayonnaise as starters and traditional Czech duck confit accompanied by red cabbage and bread dumplings for the main course. The Sunday lunch specialty is roast saddle of lamb covered in onion and nettle breadcrumbs. Be sure to leave some space for the lemon-pistachio tart, one of the most tantalizing desserts you have ever tasted. The wine list includes Czech wines but also international wines such as Austrian Gruener Veltliner, Argentine Malbec or French Chateauneuf du Pape.

Restaurant Mlynec: Gourmet Brunch

The chef uses traditional recipes from Czech cuisine and adapts them to the taste of the 21st century foodie. He only uses local and seasonal ingredients. That is music to the ears of the eco-foodie. If you have a good appetite, take the five- or six-course menu with grilled mackerel, tuna carpaccio, veal fillet mignon and warm chocolate fondant. The gourmet brunch is available on weekends.

Mlynec: Very Child-friendly

Mlynec is very child-friendly! Sunday brunch is an excellent opportunity to eat out with the children. There is a large play corner and professional babysitters will keep the kids entertained while you quietly enjoy your own meal. Children under six eat for free and children up to 12 years old receive a 50% discount.

Getting there

Restaurant Mlynec is located near the Charles Bridge in Stare Mesto. This district is the historic centre of Prague with imposing squares, winding streets and many shops. Next to restaurant Mlynec is the Bedrich Smetana Museum. Smetana was a Czech composer and his most famous opera is The Bartered Bride.

Address: Restaurant Mlynec, Novotneho Lavka 9, Prague 1, Stare Mesto
Opening hours: Wednesday – Friday 11.30 – 22.00, Saturday 11.30 – 15.00, Sunday 17.00 – 22.00
Public transport: Metro line A station Staromestska

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