A fairytale afternoon – Prague Part 5

January 31, 2012

As the clock struck 1, two Jewish princesses from New York City stared at the Old Town Hall’s astronomical clock and tightly gripped their Nikons as they sped off to the Francouzska Restaurace. Gold chandeliers, sparkling crystal glasses, and fresh flowers embellished the interior of the most beautiful Art Nouveau building in all of Europe. As the piano played in the background, they dined on smoked duck, veal tenderloin carpaccio, roasted scallops, and grilled beef tenderloin. The afternoon ended with warm molten chocolate cake and two white knights a AAA cab, driving the princesses back to their castle the Czech Inn.

Municipal House & Roasted scallop with fine Bourdin noir, caper-raisin jam and sauce of sparkling apple cider

Smoked duck breast

Bridge of Legions

Alfons Mucha painting & Veal tenderloin carpaccio with foie gras shavings and hazelnut oil

Green field salad with smoked duck breast, orange dressing and Comté shavings

Grilled beef tenderloin with potato confit in thyme flavored olive oil and black truffle sauce

Interior of St. Vitus Cathedral

Chocolate cake with melted chocolate, mango coulis and cacao sorbet & Stained glass

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