Sunday, April 30, 2017

El Emir Lebanese Restaurant (Prague, Czech Republic)


Palác Koruna, Václavské nám. 1, 110 00 Praha 1-Můstek, Czech Republic

 
El Emir is an upscale Lebanese restaurant in upscale mall in downtown Prague – they also have another location in downtown Prague. It looks authentic and has a lot of Arab customers. The menu is quite traditional and includes meats, salads, sandwiches, and spreads. They are pretty busy, but also quite slow. I have to wait at least 20 minutes for my food.

 
I get a Fattoush (CZK 135 or $5.60), which is relatively small and consists mainly out of lettuce, cucumber and green peppers – only a little piece of tomato. It has a nice dressing but the pieces of pita chips seem to be from a bag, not fresh. I also get a Falafel Sandwich (CZK 160 or $6.65) It’s a big sandwich filled with a bit too soft but tasty falafels and some tomato, parsley and tahini.

 
VERDICT: 83/100
Very acceptable if a bit too pricey for Prague.

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