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Osteria da Clara - Kitchen 3
Prague
Osteria da Clara is a fantastic restaurant in Prague serving food from Tuscany. Be sure to call 271 726 548 to make a reservation, as they are usually full. They're located on Mexická 7 in Vršovice, Prague 10. You owe it to yourself to try this place - whether you live in Prague or are only visiting, it will be a meal you remember!
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