Back to 1905! Prague hotel to launch Austro-Hungarian Empire menu

Take a trip down memory lane and sample traditional dishes based on recipes featured in a 1905 cookbook.

You will have the opportunity to savor German, Austrian and Hungarian dishes that became the basis of what we now call modern Czech cuisine.

The feast is accompanied by local wines and beers and live piano music from the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

“We wanted to create a feast where guests can sample many different dishes and not have to sit at the table all evening,” says Martin Bohacek, Executive Chef of Augustine Restaurant.

“We wanted to keep the simplicity of dishes originating in the days of Emperor Franz Joseph while implementing modern processes and using only the best ingredients. I was inspired by a cookbook that I found at home after my ancestors. I wanted to go back to our roots and celebrate Czech history with the modern day feast for our local and international guests.

The buffet offers various delicacies such as goose liver pâté, venison tartare, wild boar ribs, tafelspitz, duck confit and more, accompanied by bottomless local wine and beer.

All-you-can-eat buffet and drinks cost CZK 1390 per person, children under 12 get a 50% discount and children under 6 drink for free.

Every Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Restaurant Augustinefrom October 14, 2021. Reserve a table at [email protected]

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