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Francouzska restaurant is situated on the right north wing of the front side of the Municipal House, which was built to create an elegant architecture icon of Czech culture. The project was designed by architects Antonin Balšánek and Osvald Polivka. The Municipal House was opened to the public on January 5th, 1912.


Large windows illuminate an area of the Francouzska restaurant with "festive" light. The windows are originally decorated, equipped with double-layered winter protection screens supported by unique opening chain system. Restaurant's high ceiling along with walls are richly embroidered in stucco decorations - geometric ornaments with figural elements, designed by Frantisek Kraumann and his studio which cooperated hand in hand with other leading Czech artists including Alfons Mucha.


Massive crystal chandeliers with pendants, lined up in two rows, are the dominant feature of the ceiling. All lighting in Francouzska restaurant was supplied by the Prague company of František Anýž. Quality metal artwork is highlighted by handmade clock, located in the archway to the elevated part of the restaurant. Both sides of the archway are enriched by allegoric paintings of Josef Wenig. Majority of the restaurant's furnishing falls into early 1920's just as wall paneling, partitions of booths with leather seat covers, radiator covers and cupboards.

Francouzska restaurant Art Nouveau is a prestigious venue of high quality cuisine and service. These values are proven and recommended by food critics, gourmets, general public as well as by numerous award received. Overall restaurant's ambiance is enriched by live piano or jazz music.


Enjoy watching the art of cooking through the window into our kitchen. This year V Zátiší celebrates 20 years and it is the only restaurant in Prague holding the Top 10 position in Grand Restaurant Guide by Maurer in the last 12 years /since the guide exists. | +420 222 002 770, 784 | Náměstí republiky 5, 110 00, Praha 1


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