What To Expect
Svata Klara restaurant (or Saint Clara), whose name came from a nearby chapel patroness, was originally a wine-cellar in one of Prague's vineyards near the baroque castle Troja. Its grapes were brought to their present location by the emperor Charles IV in the 14th century. Created from a cave approximately 52 feet beyond the surface, after the completion of Troja it was used to store Count Vaclav Vojtìch of Sternberk's wines.
Today, after a sensible remodeling project, the owners have succeeded in creating a unique restaurant filled with antique furniture, baroque statues, period paintings and Persian carpets. A dominating fire-place and pleasant music create a comfortable atmosphere, satisfying even the most demanding guests.
The extensive menu offers a variety of local and foreign wines. Agreeable and professional service also add to its beloved atmosphere. Its prestige is due not only to its unique interior but also to the wide variety of delicious foods that are available. Svata Klara's menu ranges from traditional and modern to trendy and seasonal.
Parfait of duck liver, cranberries and roasted pines
Pumpkin cream soup with scallops
Roasted breast of pigeon, chestnut puree granite
Pork cheeks, potato purée with garlic
Smoked duck breast, ragout of black lenses
Fennel Cream with Scallops James
Orange sorbet, beef jerky
Veal backstrap, sweetbread, glazed vegetables
Tips and gratuities
The Svata Klara restaurant does not have a children's menu.
The Svata Klara is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 18:00 to 01:00.
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3 hours and 30 minutes
2 days / 1 night