Sep 17, 2014


Bistro restaurant Putica prepared in a cooperation with Lime & Tonic an Experimental Dining. How was this experience?

The interior has a cozy impression thanks to a combination of wood with artworks by sculptor Josefína Jonášová. There is enough space, so you have privacy. The menu is brief and the main items are burgers. Drinks are extensive, there is especially strong local representation. Beers from the portfolio of Lobkowicz, Czech and foreign wines and fair trade coffee from Coffee Source. The only thing that stopped me was tap water for 20 CZK. What can I say, it is simply a habit to offer tap water not for free in the Czech Republic. Otherwise, for a reasonable price you get excellent food. And it is a non-smoking bistro.

Each of us could choose two Spanish tapas. From cold tapas, the choice fell on the home smoked salmon with cucumber and radish salad. Then we tried the tapas plate - European cheeses, olives and chorizo. When it came to hot tapas, mini chicken quesadilla with bean paste, cilantro salsa and sour cream was really delicious. Well, the last tapas was baked feta with variations of roasted peppers and olive tapenade.

My friend was attracted to local burgers and could not resist a trio of mini burgers - Blue Cheese, Thai and Pulled Pork. Blue Cheese burger was by far the best combination of beef, fried bacon, blue cheese, arugula, marinated red onions and garlic mayonnaise - full and distinctive flavor.

Finally, the experimental dining. The chef prepared a pork tenderloin with beetroot risotto. Simple but imaginative. Food styling delighted my eyes and taste combinations were perfect.

Donuts "churros" served with warm chocolate sauce were a nice finish of our dinner. Donuts were sprinkled with cinnamon and it was the best dessert we could wish for. The hot chocolate was really addictive. 

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