The food at El Emir was absolutely the best we had in Prague. The service was excellent and the prices were good. I will definitely visit this restaurant if I am going back to Prague.
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Went there with my parents who are vegetarians n top it all jain...since Lebanese cuisine can be made jain...had an exceptional meal here. Service was a lil poor...but food covered the flaws. 1 particular dessert I would say was amazing..something really simple but it was...More
I have nothing against the resturant itself ..the food and the atmosphere were ok..but the waiter was really annoying and rude..knowing that i could speak arabic and another language..while speaking to my friends with my langauge he just said "speak arabic" in an order tone!...More
Best mezzes are prepared according to a genuine Lebanese tradition. Main dishes and grill are perfect. Make your order in steps since mezzes are attractive but if you exceed the order, it would be difficult to order grilled meat or sweet. Suggested to go in...More
Nice area in town, food was average. The restaurant is very clean and the service is good although the restaurant was empty. It is quite expensive. The fattoush was poor I would not call it fattoush by any stretch of the imagination. The tabbouleh was...More
Nope...cannot recommend..avoid... soup was good, falafel was NOT...was charged for tap water... got sick that evening and next day from the food... service was non existent..and to top it off another server comes with the bill asking for a tip to close out the bill...LOL......More