V Zátiší Wine Restaurant was one of the first restaurants to open in Prague after the velvet revolution. It has capitalised on its early lead by consistently improving and out performing its peers, both in the quality of its food and drink, and in its service.
V Zátiší has received many accolades over the years - 'best restaurant in Prague´, 'best restaurant in Central & Eastern Europe'. Despite this, its quiet location still makes it somewhat of a hidden gem.
V Zatisi is set on a charming little square - Bethlehem Square (Betlémské náměstí) - in the Old Town. It is furnished in a contemporary style, but with touches of old time Prague. And while standards of service are amongst the best in the city, it has a relaxed and informal ambience; waiters are there to advise and to assist, but not to overwhelm.
The menu changes frequently and includes beautifully cooked steaks, fish and duck, but also some fine Indian dishes. And there are some delightful desserts, such as a sumptuous dark chocolate mousse.
V Zátiší calls itself a wine restaurant with good reason. It stocks an extensive list of first-class wines and the staff take great pride in matching wines to the food.
There is fixed pricing on the ŕ la carte menu, according to how many courses you order. Plus you can add on the optional wines with each course if you wish.
Alternatively, for the ultimate fine dining experience, order the 'Degustation Menu', the 'Bohemian Menu' or the 'Indian Chef's Menu', along with the optional wines. These menus often change, and the restaurant manager happily admits that the best part of his job is designing the new menus and choosing the wines to suit.
V Zatisi offers a very fine dining experience.