Restaurant W in the center of Prague – whiskey place and delicious fine dining cuisine
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Restaurant W was the first restaurant I visited in Prague and it really raised the bar. Its interior made a very good impression on us, even though it was down stairs on underground level.
Modern style combined with many bottles on the shelves, sophisticated menu, beautiful plating, very tasty food.
The place is dedicated to whiskey and there is a very rich collection of single malts. Some of their dishes have smoky whiskey embedded in them, making them remarkable. For vegans, there are great dishes- joy for the eye and the stomach.
I highly recommend W restaurant, watch the video to get more impression.
How to get to restaurant W in Prague?
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A: Maiselova 14/1, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia
Opening Hours: Mon- Sun 11:00-23:00
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