Restaurant Ungelt – a cozy restaurant with a spacious outdoor area

Situated in a historical place Týnská courtyard right nearby Old Town Square is a cozy restaurant Ungelt  with an elegant outdoor area and top-class chefs.

The restaurant specializes in Czech meals, such as a traditional Czech potato salad with schnitzel and dishes with lamb meat, as well as seafood, for example crab and lobster meals. What’s more, the menu is complemented by a little touch of French meals and more importantly, top grade French and Czech wines which go very well hand in hand with meals. Let’s not also forget the fact, that the master chef is Petr John, who is an expert in gastronomy.

The interior of the restaurant consists mainly of white and brown colors which give off a cozy and pleasant feeling. What’s more, there is also a spacious outdoor area where customers can sit and dine which is incredibly mesmerizing, especially during summer evenings.

The restaurant Ungelt is an ideal place for all occasions, whether it’s a family dinner, romantic dinner or a dinner with your friends, you will always be pleasantly surprised.

The restaurant is a gastronomical jewel in the city center. The restaurant is well maintained, and the personnel is educated, flexible and friendly. The menu consists of a variety of great wines and distillates. I tried the potato soup which was very refreshing during hot summer days. All I have to say is that the creativity and balance of all meals is top notch and I am already looking forward to visiting it again.

Daniel Kouřimský


Before you visit the restaurant, first take a look at the menu of Restaurant Ungelt.

Czech cuisine is a specific Central European type of cuisine, which is known for its soups as an appetizer and various sauces with dumplings as a main dish. Because the Czech Republic is so rich on ingredients, you can also find meals with wild animals and fishes as a part of Czech menu. Another important ingredient are mushrooms, which are common in Czechia during rainy seasons. Many types of pies and pastries, which are popular in Europe actually come from Czech cuisine. Despite the diverse menu, not many meals actually originate from Czechia.

As mentioned above, a traditional lunch consists of soup and a main dish. Soups are mostly made of vegetables, various seasoning and a bit of meat. They are thick and fill your stomach quite quickly, therefore they alone can be eaten as a main dish. As traditional soups are considered tripe, garlic, mushroom, bean, goulash soups.

As for the main dishes, they consist mainly of meat, primarily pork, beef and chicken meat. Traditional meat food would be Schnitzel, Roast pork with dumplings and sauerkraut and roasted carp.

An irreplaceable part of Czech cuisine are the beforementioned sauces. They are considerably dense so they will quickly satisfy your hunger. Their main and probably the only side dish are dumplings. The most famous ones would be cream sauce, tomato sauce, mushroom sauce, dill sauce and sirloin sauce.

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