I visited Prague 6 years ago with a group and dined at Dinitz twice. Back then food and service was truly superior, and I could tell the staff had such pride in their work! We even had a catered kosher Thanksgiving dinner. The staff were proud to tell us how they were a part of the Jewish rebirth of Prague.
6 years later, it seems like a shadow of its former self. Maybe I came at an off-day, but when I arrived at 11:45am Friday I was the only customer. 2 of the waiters were loudly arguing. It was a rainy day but the place had no soup, which I wanted to order.
My hummus was above average in terms of flavor and texture, but nothing special. It was supposed to have zaatar but did not come with it. Bread was fresh though. I thought the meal needed more attention.
I know kosher food is expensive, but $9 for just one plate of hummus is too much! Especially when there's no ambiance or attention to detail here. Terrible value.