I can now officially tick off Prague food off my 'to try cuisine list'. Prague Beer may be a little hard to find because it is tucked away from the busyness of Kings Cross Station and from the outside, the restaurant is a house with its main entrance in a small alley way.
|Traditional Bohemian Party Dish - $25|
The food came out relatively fast and most of the dishes had generous servings accompanied with a lot of bread. I apologise in advance for the horrible photos but it was just so dark in there.
|Salmon Steak - $24.90|
|Golden Roast Young Duck - $25.90|
|Prague Stuffed Chicken - $23.90|
|Veal Sausage - as a main|
|Marinated Prawns - $11.90|
The roasted duck was tender and juicy and the serving was extremely generous; the bulk of the plate was filled with half a chicken plus additional sides and best thing was that it wasn't over cooked. The marinated prawns surprised everyone. It wasn't the prawns that made the dish a hero, it was the garlic sauce. Everyone on the dinner table were wanting more than just a dip of the sauce, they wanted the entire bowl, it was that good.
Again, an extra bonus for those with the Sydney 2011/12 entertainment book as there is a complementary main offered with every main purchased.
Prague Beer Restaurant
- 42 Kellett Street, Potts Point NSW
Gotta go eat!!