Sunday, June 19, 2011

Prague Food Festival 2011

From Aromi - one of our very most favorite Prague Restaurants, a seafood soup (can't read the dang menu below), which was excellent as to be expected, but the beef morceau was unexpectedly delish, too . . .

From the Radison, a very bodacious veal roll with a prawn foam . . . less succesful, but that could be because Mrs & I had to share it . . . 8^) . . . if you see how I mean . . .

Then from the then-as-yet-tested Kampa Park -- now we have been there, in no small part due to the excellence of the samples -- very, very excellent duck foie gras with orange preserve . . .and halibut with cauliflower. 

from Le Grill, a knee buckling combo of salmon grilled in beechwood wraps with fennel and grilled eggplant with mozzarella and tomato pesto.

it seemed to us that the Buddha Bar's sushi offering was better this year than last year, but it could have just been lack of competition . . . we didn't go to sushi point's kiosk . . . their sushi isn't so special that we go out of our way and they didn't have the miso shiru polevka . . . 8^) . . . at any rate, the sushi was very good, even if still over-priced (IMVHO), and the crab cake was excellent, also . . .

Le Moules was a bit of a disappointment . . . not all the mussels had opened up which would be a bad sign . . . and some that did open had a very definite past the prime-time look about them. The ones I did eat were fine . . . the pizza was better, oddly enough, and the raspberry ice was very nice.

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