The Prague restaurants Field and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise defended one star in the Michelin gastronomic guide. Prague has no new stars. The only two Czech representatives with asterisks remain in the prestigious guide to European restaurants. This follows from a gastronomic guide published by Michelin on Thursday.
“Prague offers something for its and an ever-diverse selection of restaurants expands its dynamic culinary scene. Many of these restaurants are located outside the city center: modern establishments that reflect the modern spirit of Prague while respecting the country’s culinary traditions,” said Gwendal Poullennec, international guide director.
Five restaurants were included in the Michelin selection as “good quality at a good price”. The position was defended by Na Kopci, Divinis and Eska. The Eatery, Dejvická 34 by Tomáš Černý, has recently been added. On the contrary, there is no longer Sansho chef Paul Day in it.
Prague won the Michelin star for the first time in 2008, when it boasted the Allegro restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel and its chef Andrea Accordi. He received a star for Allegro three times. Allegro has since ceased to exist.
In 2009, the star at the Hilton Hotel of the famous British chef Gordon Ramsay also received a star, but it disappeared before the award was announced. Alcron held the star from 2012 before losing it in 2018. In total, five Prague restaurants have won the star so far.
One star Michelin indicates a very good restaurant in its category, two stars excellent cuisine that is worth a visit, and three stars exceptional cuisine that is worth a special trip. Prague restaurants have never received more than one star in one evaluation.