In Prague, you will find the only purely Indonesian restaurant in the Czech Republic. The menu will surprise you with a wide range of typical Indonesian dishes, such as those available at restaurants across Indonesia. The restaurant's master chef Mr. Faarudin Wau from Sumatra and his team of Indonesian chefs worships their homeland with every plate they serve.
The drink menu offers a wide range of traditional drinks and a certified civet coffee from wild civets, which is offered by the restaurant for an unbeatable price of CZK 145 during August and September.
Enjoy your cup of liquid gold..
Learn about the phenomenon of civet coffee:
Kopi luwak is one of the most expensive coffees in the world. In the early 19th century, Dutch colonizers tried to get the most out of Indonesian coffee plantations and prohibited the native farmers and plantation workers from picking coffee fruits for their own use. The locals, however, were used to the delicious taste of coffee and solved the situation in their own way. They began collecting the droppings of civets under the coffee bushes, full of undigested coffee beans. The natives collected these luwaks' coffee seed droppings, then cleaned, roasted and ground them to make their own coffee beverage. The fame of aromatic civet coffee spread from locals to Dutch plantation owners and later to the other parts of the world.
Milady Horákové 12, Praha 7 ¤ phone nb. +420 730890424 ¤ www.garudarestaurant.cz