Prague. Sounds Czech, right? Yet there are other European foods to be had here: Russian egg, polish sausage,sweet kale salad, French onion soup, Wiener schnitzel,Hungarian goulash, duck ala Orange, veal scaloppini, fish. See what I mean? Identity crisis? However, I came for Bohemian duck, dumplings and sauerkraut. A 20 minutes wait would not deter me. Duck and sauerkraut were very good. Authentic. The bread dumplings were dry and we had to ask for extra gravy. The plate included sweet and sour red cabbage—but tasted like it had cinnamon in it. Not very Czech. Desserts included apple strudel, chocolate mousse, cake, sundae, crepe brûlée. No kolachky??? We noticed several tables speaking Bohemian or Polish—and those were the only tables that the chef visited. That’s a mistake. Talk to all. This place is more Euro than Czech but nonetheless, I’ll be back. Nice decor. Wine and beer.