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La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise - Prague

A visit to Prague? Naturally the first thing I do, of course, check the Via Micheline Guide. Would you look at that, the inspectors have been through Prague. "La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise"; sounds like every descriptive word you'd want for a restaurant name. Contemporary cuisine, trendy interior, historic neighborhood, it's a go!

The historic neighborhood would end up being Old Town of the Czech Republic capital which was spared bombing during World War II. As a result, all of Prague's 14th century cathedrals, bridges & monuments remain undamaged and kept pristinely preserved to this day. Although La Degustation is housed in a historic building, it is quite modern and the interior continues this "new meets old" aesthetic. The rustic wood flooring has an avant garde geometric pattern, the high ceiling with large arches juxtapose a glass brick entrance, and even the sleek leather chairs are bound with exposed oversized rope-like stitching.

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