Salabka historie


Contemporary Gastronomy

Past – Present – Future

We respect the past. We look into the future.
Yet we live in the present moment in the Prague district of Troja, surrounded by vineyards, with the vibrant metropolis at our fingertips.

Our menu follows the latest trends, including produce from local sources.

However, we remain part of the magical environment of the vineyards surrounding us. Their beauty serves as our greatest inspiration. This vineyard is the center of all activities, the muse that spins the energy we pass on to our guests at the Salabka Restaurant.

Our flagship variety is from the 1950’s. It’s likely the oldest clone of Rhine Riesling, saved during vineyard renovations on the recommendation of Professor Vilém Kraus. 10,000 grape vine plants were planted during the reconstruction of the vineyards, imported from France, just as during the reign of Charles IV. Their varieties are mainly Pinot Noir, Müller Thurgau and Scheurebe. Later, Pinot Blanc, Hibernal and Neronet joined these varieties.

The current development of Salabka is the result of a five-year effort of architects from the IKA VIN 112 and ARCHIKRAFT studios, completed in 2014. Aside from the picturesque vineyards that are the largest in Prague, spanning 3.9 hectares, the settlement features a modern winery, a restaurant with a terrace, apartments in the style of French vineyard houses, as well as the first Prague distillery.

The entire 4.5 hectare estate highlights natural materials - solid wood construction, exposed stone and foundry ironwork - all set within the historic environment of the Troja district. We continue ancient traditions, focus on the present moment and plan a great future for the Salabka vineyard domain.

Facts & Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to the winery and restaurant Salabka?

Salabka is located 8 km away from the city centre of Prague, 15 minutes drive by car. Salabka has parking availability at the property complex. Parking spaces are reserved for restaurant and apartment clients only.

You can also make use of the city's public transport. The bus number 112 departs from Nádraží Holešovice, which is on the Prague's Metro C line. The bus takes about 10 minutes and the exit station is called Botanická zahrada Troja. Then continue on foot and walk up to K Bohnicím Street. Salabka is just 200 meters from the bus stop.

Can we come to the restaurant with children?

During lunch time from 12.00 till 15.00, we have no restrictions on children. We can offer children's menu, high chairs and limited stroller storage.

During the dinnertime from 17:30, we reserve the right to refuse entry to children. Restrictions are unfortunately necessary in order to ensure the satisfaction of all clients of the Salabka restaurant.

What is the dress code?

Salabka is a fine dining restaurant. The recommended dress code is smart casual.

Can we visit a restaurant even if we have a special diet and allergy requirements?

Yes, we will do our best to prepare a meal for customers with special dietary, allergy requirements. We can usually cater for most health or allergy related dietary requests with prior notice. We will do our best to adapt our menu according to each individual guest’s dietary requirements. Please let us know about allergy when making reservation.

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Zlatá Praha Salabka s. r. o.
K Bohnicím 2, 171 00 Praha 7
IČ: 242 33 765

12-15 17:30-22
12 16

+420 778 019 002
[email protected]

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