Thursday 22nd June: Kůlna Cave exclusive dinner – Brno, Czech Republic
Brno’s level of gastronomy has skyrocketed in recent years. All the restaurants want their guests to not only enjoy their food or drinks, but also to have an unforgettable experience that will keep them coming back.
Some of these places are so special that their fame has even reached beyond the borders of the Czech Republic.
This amazing culinary experience into the Kůlna cave is organized by ‘Pavillon’, one of the most innovative and rapresentative restaurant in Czech Republic and the menù is created by the head chef Jan Kaplan.
The dinner will be about 4 courses and some canapés, bread and moravian wine:
. The punkva river trout – smoked and flamed, sour cream
. Deer tartar, bone marrow, potato skins
. Braised hare with a red wine, juniper berries and buckwheat pancakes
. Dessert is local goat chesse, variation of cranberries
. Selection of wines
“ARCHEOLOGY – THE KŮLNA CAVE
The tunnel cave ruin called Kůlna is one of the most important. In the 18th century, extensive archaeological research was carried out by the scientist Dr. Martin Kříž. Up to 15 metres of cultural layers of sediment have been uncovered so far, thus a unique archaeological profile with human remains and the evidence of human activity in several important time periods came into being. The oldest archaeological evidence is comprised of stone tools with the estimated age of 120,000 years. The Kůlna Cave was then used by humans in different climatic periods. Stone tools, animal bones and the skeletal remains of Neanderthal man were found in large quantities in the 50,000-year-old layer. They are parts of the upper jaw and a skull of a juvenile individual. After the departure of the Neanderthals, the Kůlna Cave was settled several times by modern humans from the Upper Palaeolithic Era. They were mammoth hunters 22,000 years ago and reindeer and horse hunters between 13,000 and 10,000 years ago. The Kůlna Cave was settled during the Bronze Age. The bronze artefacts dating back to the 9th–8th centuries BC were found in the sediments. The Kůlna Cave was partly damaged during World War II when it served as a factory for aircraft engines. After the war the archaeological research continued and valuable profiles were renewed. The Kůlna Cave is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world.”
Lovely local food and innovative cuisine are waiting you for an extraordinary sensorial experience.
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