Dinitz is located just next to the Jewish quarter with... Dinitz is located just next to the Jewish quarter with a lot of historical sites and to Parizska street famous for its luxury shopping. It’s a good restaurant with delicious Mediterranean (Israeli) cuisine and nice service. They have Kosher food and are closed on Saturdays. The place is quite spacious, but I would recommend reservation for a big group.
I arrived 21:55 and was told I have 5 minutes... I arrived 21:55 and was told I have 5 minutes time to order, which was a bit of putting. The food arrived fast but as the food came i was asked to pay straight away while i have Not even taken a bite. The waitor was nice even so a bit pushy when it came to Tip. She did gave me an extra Bit of hummus on the side food was nice of her. The Kebab was ok and avarage at best. I payed 445czk for Kebab, Rice and a Glas of still water. All together i think the service, taste and Overall feeling does not justifie the prices!