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Kampa Park, Prague

8b Na Kampe
Czech Republic 11800
Tel: 420 296 826 102's insider take:

When the floods of 2002 washed away what was then an eight-year-old hot spot near the Charles Bridge, in an odd way, they did the place (and owner Nils Jebens) a favor. The major renovations that ensued turned out to be a huge success. Now, diners will find dining room chairs that look like garden rakes and whimsical light fixtures (the decor is more subdued in the salon). The riverside garden terrace is also bigger and better. The best views in town continue to attract celebs passing through (Matt Damon while filming The Brothers Grimm, for instance), as do reliable Euro dishes, such as beef carpaccio (surely the unofficial national dish by now); olive oil–poached cod with sea urchin risotto; and seared venison with parsnip, figs, peaches, and foie gras.

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