Saturday, June 14, 2008

Zlata Praha, Queens (Astoria)

In our last entry, we featured a Polish restaurant in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. This time, we head a bit north (or south, cuisine-wise) to a Czech and Slovak restaurant called Zlata Praha in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens.

Zlata Praha is a relatively little-known restaurant that does, however, attract famous Czechs (such as the former NHL hockey player Dominik Hasek) when they happen to be in town. The atmosphere is old-Europe, and the menu items reflect this, with such entrees as sauerbraten, papirkash, goulash, boiled beef, stuffed cabbage rollentine, fruit dumplings, and breaded cauliflower. Prices are reasonable, with main dishes generally being well under $20.

If you have been to Zlata Praha in the Astoria section of Queens, please let us know by posting a comment here. Thanks!

Here is the address for Zlata Praha:
Zlata Praha
28-48 31st Street
Queens (Astoria), NY, 11102

The phone number is:
(718) 721-6422

And here is the Web site for Zlata Praha:

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