The Bellevue is still struggling to get its first Michelin star and are a few steps behind the two leading restaurants thats been rewarded with one Michelin star eatch in Prague. If you get the chance you should visit them both as well as The Bellevue.
From my point of view there is a lack of interest in service level, dont get me wrong but its not sublime as it should be on a top notch restaurant.
The food is ecxellent but they lose points on things like lack of promptness.
Bellevue Degustation Menu
Mi-cuit of “Label rouge” scottish salmon, avocado, edible soil, lemon vinaigrette
Sauvignon 2014, Milan Sůkal
Seared duck liver foie gras, beluga lentils with black truffles
Verdicchio Il Bacco 2012, Fattoria Coroncino
Wild cod, passion fruit and batata, broccoli, fennel sauce
Viognier 2013, La Forge Estate
Fillet of veal, potato pie stuffed with ox cheek,salsify, Madeira sauce
Chianti Classico 2012, Ormanni
Pear tarte tatin, white truffle ice cream
Chardonnay 2005, Mikrosvín Mikulov
I will during this spring be visiting The Bellevue again and I will keep you posted.
Below, the two Michelin star restaurants in Prague
Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise (note, read about mu sublime experience at Le Degustation)
”Intimate L-shaped restaurant with an elegant, contemporary, dark wood interior, open kitchen and chef‘s table. Tasting menu of European dishes makes good use of superb quality regional produce; cooking is technically precise, innovative and flavourful. Warm, professional service from a well-versed team.”
”Intimate, semi-circular restaurant dominated by art deco mural of dancing Manhattan couples by Tamara de Lempicka. Choice of hot and cold tasting dishes from international menu; well-presented, creative and contemporary cooking uses top quality ingredients. Good choice of wines. Attentive, professional staff.”