Since its debut in early 2003 the Dining Room of Coda and it’s Prague rooftop dining terrace restaurant has become a culinary destination for discerning gourmands and oenophiles alike. This ideal restaurant is complete in its offering of fine culinary mastery and exquisite service. Furthermore, it is all provided in one of the most elegant and beautiful settings in Prague. Set in the quiet, and yet very central Mala Strana quarter of Prague, the romantic nooks and beautiful vista’s offer a most fitting backdrop for the shared enjoyment of fine food and wine.
The ever changing A la Carte, and Chef Tasting Menus, are a perfect representation of their passion and commitment to preparing only the most vibrant and flavorful ingredients available throughout the world. In order to match such a menu, an extensive and carefully assembled wine selection, comprised of over 200 labels and some of the world’s finest bottles, is also tentatively looked after and is meant to serve as the perfect accompaniment.
2 large glass dome atriums, which cover the winter garden and atrium dining room, comprise the interior space. Set off to one side is an exquisite English style fireplace library. Hence it is the perfect place to gather around a roaring fire with a comfortable cognac or vintage rum. This music themed property is adorned in a grand collection of some of the world’s most acclaimed artists. Furthermore, originals from Picasso, Dali, Van Gogh, and Chagall grace the walls, YES, originals.
Lastly, the la pièce de résistance is definitely the grand open-air roof terrace, situated high above the city. From this ideal perch, all of Prague’s landmarks seem as if they are only an arm’s reach away. Floating above the busy city below, this roof terrace serves up a side of WOW with every amazing dish.
Prague rooftop dining – Coda Restaurant
Fresh Lobster Ravioli served with Vegetable & Tarragon Salpicon
Confit of Pyrenees Lamb Fore Shank in Rosemary Sauce with Creamy Corn Polenta and Grilled Tomatoes
White Chocolate Mille-Feuille with Raspberries, Cracked Black Pepper, and a Raspberry Emulsion
Extensive Program or Just Perfect Elements