Eska / Praha

Pernerova 49 Praha 186 00
+420731140884
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 09:00 - 23:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 08:00 - 23:30
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3.5
Blogger Reviews @ Eska
Eska – This is bread
Eska – This is bread Image by Josef Sevcik Eska is another Karlín based spot opened few months ago. Their speciality is nothing more than simple bread. The space is divided into two separate floors. O ... continue Prague Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Eska
Lien Tran en
A modern take on Czech cuisine that you will not regret trying. Innovative and very aromatic cocktails as well! The space feel like an art gallery and the staff are always on point. GooglePlace - April 2017
Yaron Markovich en
Amazing restaurant, with unique food offering. Make sure you try the recommended Potato Ash dish. While it may sound, well... odd, it is simply amazing! Also good: Asparagus and beef dishes. GooglePlace - April 2017
Henry Ashley-Cooper en
Fantastic restaurant/cafe. Continuing the Ambiente trend of making extremely high quality dishes without charging ridiculous prices for it. They are well balanced for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks, and the venue is suitable for anything from working quietly on your laptop, meeting some colleagues, or even going on a date. GooglePlace - April 2017
Alyssa Becker en
My husband first visited Eska as part of his "Taste of Prague" food tour, and loved it so much we went back together a few nights later. He loved the diversity of their foods, creativity, and quality ingredients. My husband is the foodie, so he had the 5 course tasting menu along with wine pairings. I stuck with a single dish. The meal started with complimentary fresh bread and house churned butter, followed by an amuse bouche of fermented radish (which I liked more than I expected). My husbands 5 courses consisted of: 1) Steak tartar with smoked mayo and shallots 2) Carrots cooked in hay with spicy mustard ice cream (this blew his mind) 3) Fermented wheat berries, egg and a trio of mushrooms 4) Potato cooked in ash with kefir, potato foam, catfish and dried egg yolk 5) steak with pureed Jerusalem artichoke, bitter chips, potato and coffee sauce I had the potato dish (#4) and it was creamy and delicious. We contacted them the day before to make reservation, and the only spot they had left was a 9 PM dinner. Glad we made reservations, as this is a very popular place to eat. The service we had was excellent, and food top notch. For those less adventurous with their food, they may not fully appreciate the food Eska is cooking. My husband loved every minute of it, but I was a bit nervous, as I am a little more conservative with my food choices. However, I LOVED my dish and am SO glad he encouraged me to try something new. Prices were excellent, especially given the quality of food we received. Come here and enjoy, but make sure you have a reservation and an open-mind. GooglePlace - March 2017
Daria Molyak en
We came just for a strudel and coffee. Unfortunately the second floor was fully booked and we did not have the experience to experience the dinner there. Well, the place has contemporary design, nice, modern and fresh. We took "strudel". It was very very dry. Some cakes were just laying at open space and were not quite attractive for consuming. So our "strudel" was not strudel at all. I guess it is just dry apple cake and cold. Another note is the open kitchen. It is great that people can observe cooking process. But! Chefs do not cover their heads. It is unacceptable. As we checked this is a Michelin recommended place, so everything should be at level, but fortunately first impressions was not that good. Disappointed , as expected more. GooglePlace - March 2017