Monday, August 22, 2011

Prague Beer Restaurant, Potts Point

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 main highlights of the main had to the roasted duck and the marinated prawns. All the other dishes were also tasty with the exception of the veal sausage as it was quite plain. The salmon steak may I add was cooked to perfection where the meat slightly undercooked yet the skin was crispy.

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!!

1 comment:

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