The restaurant has a beautiful location on the main square in the old town, Pernštýnské náměstí, in a 16th century building. In the summer time they have a lovely outside area on the main square as well as a garden area at the back, where they also put some toys for the kids. At the moment, though, there’s nothing much to do for the small children there. You can, of course, go to this restaurant as a whole family – it has a smoking and a non-smoking areas for your convenience.
To be honest, I’m not a big fan of the interior of this place, I would prefer something cosier for the evening. It does look like a traditional Chinese, I think, they brought their furniture from China – at least, it definitely resembles similar places we visited while we lived there.
Continuing the name theme, there’re lots of horses’ images inside – sculptures, drawings, pictures on the walls.
I didn’t personally try Chinese food there, but my husband (a big fan of Chinese cuisine) said that he didn’t much like the chicken, but their sweet and sour pork was quite good. As for sushi, I usually like when they are bite size, so its easier to eat, while here they’re made very large and trying to bite sushi rolls never results in anything good. On Friday night they were quite full and we waited for our food for 45 minutes.
Overall, I’d say it’s one of the choices for eating out, although at the moment it’s not one of my favourites. Are there any other nice sushi places in Pardubice? If you know one, let me know!
For address and opening hours you can visit their site.