Foie Gras & Floyd – Prague Part 2

January 25, 2012

More lovely photos from Donna D’s travels..

It has been said that Prague’s lifeblood is not beer, but music, which is why I traveled across the Atlantic to see the Australian Pink Floyd band perform at the Tesla Arena. Well not exactly. Those of you who know me know I’m less of an English Rock and more of a Hip Hop type of gal. But my trip to Prague was all about doing things I wouldn’t normally do like eating foie gras and rocking out to the The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. In order to fully embrace Prague’s music scene I headed over to the music themed Hotel Aria, which I think is the only hotel in the world with a musical director, to dine at Coda. The food was flawless and the service was unreal. I felt like music royalty. My waiter, George, even brought out his camera and a surplus of lenses for me to use. Coda truly delivered on its name as it was the perfect meal to conclude the day.

Smooth Cream of Fennel with Roasted Pancetta and Milk Foam

Tuna Tartar seasoned with Lemon Rind and served with fresh Ginger Salad

Velvety Foie Gras Terrine with home-made Apple & Ginger Chutney

Seared Scallops served with Mango & Thai Basil Salad and home-made Chilli jam

Molten Valrhona Chocolate Cake with Liquid Centre topped with a home-made vanilla bean ice cream and berry coulis

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