U Mecenase is a small, traditional Czech restaurant with plenty of ambience, and one of the oldest restaurants in Prague. Its origins date back to the 16th century.
U Mecenase is set on the Lesser Town Square, in the heart of the charming Lesser Town (Malá Strana), just a few minutes walk from Charles Bridge.
Even today, it retains its original design. You may well be seated in the place where Jan Mydlar, the famous Prague executioner used to sit in the 1620s!
You won't find U Mecenase Restaurant in guide books or advertisements. This is a hidden gem known mostly to local Czechs, and those visitors who are lucky enough to chance upon it.
The waiters strive to offer a first class service, in a friendly, family atmosphere.
The menu is a mix of Czech cuisine, peppered with International favourites. Choices range from beef sirloin and fillet mignon steak to Old Bohemian stuffed duck and Strahov pork.
Top your night off with the house speciality crêpes or apple strudel.
Carefully selected wines from Moravia, the major wine-producing region of the Czech Republic, will contribute to your sense of enjoyment.
U Mecenase is a lovely, traditional Czech restaurant, slightly off the beaten track, which offers diners a real taste of olden day Prague, at very reasonable prices.
A good, traditional Czech restaurant, U Mecenase Restaurant is suitable for both leisure groups and business dinners. Advance reservations are essential.