With so many excellent eateries in Prague, you may overlook the hidden gem that is Amuni, the first slow food pizzeria in the Czech Republic. Amuni use Italian flour that has been organically produced (by using the natural stone method), to ensure that the vitamins are retained in the grain; ensuring the pizza dough is deliciously light and airy.
A variety of toppings are available, including pumpkin with ham broccoli and tuna, burrata and figs, mozzarella di bufala, plus many more. The calzone filled with ham, olives and onions is absolutely delicious, as is the bruschetta with figs, cheese and honey. A variety of beers, wines and spirits, as well as soft drinks, are available here to accompany your meal.
There is a large glass window in the walls of the restaurant, offering visitors the chance to see into the immaculate and well-organised kitchen. So, you can watch your meal being prepared by the innovative chefs here. Amuni also has a stylish but cosy atmosphere and Luca, the owner and his staff are very welcoming, doing everything possible to make your visit enjoyable.