Coda Restaurant / Praha

Tržiště 9 Praha 11800
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 23:30
# 377 of 1768 Restaurants in Prague
average 980 votes
3.2
Tips from the Net @ CODA Restaurant
Marcin Malinowski en
One of the best restaurants on the face of Earth. Absolutely perfect food, view from the rooftop on all Prague, beautiful furniture, fantastic selection of wine and service. GooglePlace - June 2017
Brandon Potter en
Food was great, service was a little slow thou.. and they wouldnt let us up on the roof GooglePlace - May 2017
Pavin Joseph en
Great ambiance and staff. Food could be better though! GooglePlace - April 2017
Gil Sharon en
wow! incredible restaurant! We want there a big group to celebrate our wedding. We had amazing experience. Great personal service. Food was amazing. The restaurant itself is well decorated. and the view from the terrace is beautiful. GooglePlace - April 2017
Amos Chapple en
Good food, shocking service. The most painfully awkward service we’ve received anywhere. Things started off well – the waiter/manager had agreed to let us up onto the terrace to toast my wife’s birthday with a bottle of BYO champagne. As soon as we got downstairs things went downhill fast. There was an awkward exchange with a waitress who told us we would have to pay corkage fee for the remaining champagne if we were going to take it back into the restaurant (presumably we could have finished it off upstairs without trouble but that was unclear). Would we like to leave it half-drunk with them or pay a corkage fee calculated off the value of the bottle? We agreed to pay corkage, then on sitting down, the waitress told us she would like to take our jackets away with her, since – and I quote here “because we *do* have a dress code, and you *are* wearing sneakers”. To be clear – I have no issue with dress codes, but if you’ve decided to let someone into your restaurant, you do not chide them for their clothing. Once you make the decision to let us through your doors, we’re customers. As we reeled from that serving of awkwardness the waitress kept talking and repeated the same phrase. Her point being what? That we owed her something for our slovenliness? Who knows. The food was good, the risotto entrée superb, but such was the air of stiff formality noone was having much fun, as evidenced by the woman behind us apologizing to the general dining area when she knocked over a pepper grinder. Dismal. GooglePlace - April 2017