The Mincovna Restaurant has a prestigious address: Old Town Square. This is a guarantee of a multicultural environment. The restaurant is sought after by tourists and visitors to Prague, as well as locals. The interior and the name of the restaurant refer to the Prague Mint (coin factory), which was located in the building two centuries ago. Right at the entrance, the copper beer tanks above the bar attract attention. The restaurant’s cuisine is based on recipes from the times of Austria-Hungary. Here, chef David Kalina and his team cook traditional Czech cuisine in a modern way. In addition to traditional ducks, goulash and sirloin, you will find Viennese schnitzel or smoked beef brisket in the menu. There is also a wine list from the historic region of Austria-Hungary. The wine list is dominated by Moravian and Czech wines, which are complemented by representatives from other countries of the former monarchy.