People most often meet at Avantgarde for business. The restaurant, on the ground floor of the PPF Gate Building in Prague’s Dejvice district, naturally attracts visitors. There is a distinctly commercial atmosphere, as people in suits clinch deals or go over the finer details of contracts. The interior is decorated in a distinctive combination of cream and brown tones; the well-prepared food serves mostly as a backdrop.
The restaurant concept is not avant-garde, as the name might suggest, but is about decent food made from first-class ingredients. Dishes feature the beef of young Charolais bulls, Mangalica pork and Krasolesí cheeses. The menu is user-friendly and while short, it offers poultry, fish and red meat options, as well as vegetarian dishes.
Avantgarde closes at weekends and only opens on Sundays for themed brunches for children. One Sunday brunch is devoted to Slovak cuisine, another Mexican, and a strawberry brunch marks the start of summer. You could stop by after touring the Villa Müller, which is within easy reach.Karolína