There is a new monthly pop-up restaurant in Brno serving Japanese food. One warning: don’t go if you don’t want to immediately feel dissatisfied with “ordinary” sushi.
Author Archive: James Busta
The Tržnice Brno has certainly not reached its full potential yet, but there are some very promising signs there.
Huddled in an alley out of Zelný Trh, cloaked in the shadows and dressed in black awaits one of Brno’s very few food trucks. Bucheck isn’t just a meal, it’s a way of life.
There are 66 different sushi rolls on the menu, and besides having the recognisable classics they have a large selection of unconventional fusion recipes.
Fans of Middle Eastern cuisine are not exactly spoiled for choice in Brno, but there’s an oasis of spice to be found.
This restaurant manages to fill the currently underpopulated zone of “fine dining without the fuss” in Brno. The pasta dishes are a real highlight – freshly made with perfectly pitched texture.
We’ve been waiting a long time for a decent South East Asian restaurant in Brno. Siam is the real deal, folks. But I would say you’re safest sticking with the classics.
Stern 1888 has the atmosphere of a top tier restaurant. Ironically everything being delivered to such a high standard left me underwhelmed by the food.
Eating seafood in a landlocked country was a game for the brave or the foolish. Then Ocean 48 came along and made fresh seafood available direct to the Moravian masses.
Every dish I had there tasted like they forgot to add at least one essential ingredient; I mean apart from moisture or flavour. Unfortunately, it is currently a wasted opportunity.