Francouzska Restaurant is set inside the stunning Municipal House
. It is known as the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in Europe, which is hard to disagree with.
Francouzska Restaurant (French Restaurant) transports you back in time, to experience early 20th century finesse.
Gold and crystal chandeliers hang majestically from the restaurant's high ceiling. Tables are dressed with crisp tablecloths, polished silverware and sparkling glasses. And flowers infuse a fresh, airy feel.
Immaculately dressed waiters meanwhile attend competently to their guests.
This most elegant dining establishment has huge windows looking out on to Republic Square, and serves some of the finest cuisine in the city.
The head chef at Francouzska Restaurant has created a well-balanced menu centred around fine French cooking, with elements of Czech cuisine and local ingredients introduced where appropriate. As well as a range of meat dishes, the menu has various fish options, including a daily fresh fish offer.
This is the perfect restaurant to try really good Czech wines, although if you prefer, it also has an extensive list of international bottles too. Francouzska boasts one of the best restaurant wine cellars in the country.
A pianist completes the atmosphere, playing gently in the background every evening.
Francouzska is an all smoking restaurant, but don't let this deter non-smokers. The ceiling is so high that smoke from other tables normally dissipates before it drifts near. And there are not that many smokers.
Francouzska Restaurant is located on Republic Square, just a few minutes walk from both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. This is a popular area of the city, with Municipal House being the most significant building.
Francouzska Restaurant is highly recommended for fine dining in impressive surroundings. You may well find something truly special here.
For a cheaper alternative, Municipal House also has a traditional Czech beer hall restaurant, Plzenska Restaurant.