The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague has found an interesting way to promote two most essential things that Czech republic is known for, tourism and alcohol. Located at the heart of Wenceslas Square, the restraint serves palatable food and reasonable rates, but that’s not the only thing you should go there for. The owners have installed a huge £500,000 worth 400 meters miniature railway that stops at every table. The tracks pass through tunnels, over drawbridges, sculptured rock formations, woods, ponds, and even pull into stations. So what happens when the train stops in its tracks? Well, it delivers drinks to your table, right from the back of their wagons!
The food on offer is a healthy mix of Czech and International fare. You can pick from soups, golden roast duck, grilled salmon, spare ribs, a knee of lamb and beef steaks. There are also fresh salads, pasta and vegetarian dishes for the healthy hearted with some tasty desserts. As for drinks, there is a host of Czech wines to pick from, like Moravia and ice-cold beers and spirits.