Bily Konicek Restaurant in Prague is located in the stunning 12th century medieval cellars of one of the oldest houses on the Old Town Square
Bily Konicek (White Horse) has modern furnishings, with an emphasis on glass and dark woods; creatively blended into an array of alcoves and open spaces, and spread over several levels.
The restaurant serves mainly international cuisine, but has some nice traditional Czech food on the menu as well. Meals are prepared from high quality ingredients with an emphasis on seasonal products.
The wine list includes a few Czech bottles, along with wines from France, Germany, Italy and Spain. If wish to try out the Czech house wines, which are good, it can work out better value to order by the glass.
Bily Konicek is informal and will suit all types of diner, with contemporary background music adding atmosphere, but kept low to allow for conversation.
Most nights of the week things get livelier from 8.30pm onwards as a live band takes to the stage. Music varies from day to day, ranging from Latin music to Jazz & Blues.
A further feature is a separate club area, which can be opened by prior arrangement for large parties once the main dining has finished. The DJ stocks a mix of 80s/90s/00s/10s tunes and dancing can go on until morning.
Bily Konicek has enough areas and the right ambience to suit everyone from romantic couples to large parties. It is a relaxed restaurant, but has an air of the special occasion about it.
Bily Konicek is suitable for groups of all ages. The live music is popular with groups, plus a separate club area at the rear of the restaurant can be pre-booked by large parties, making Bily Konicek an ideal all-in-one party venue to eat, drink and dance in. Advance reservations are essential.