Absolutely love the wonderful atmosphere! It's beautiful. The wit staff is pleasant. Had fun with people I was there with and it was a fun night.
This was our first experience of Czech/Eastern European food. The food was good. My husband and I each ordered a different goulash and then tasted both. The service was friendly and prompt, but not hurried. We were traveling with a baby in an umbrella stroller, and they were fine with us keeping the stroller open. They even asked if the... More
I had not had goulash since a visitor from Hungary cooked some up for my family a few years ago. I had the non-paprika spiced version and it was great. I was asking for more sourdough bread to sop up the sauce. My lunch companion had the steak salad, which appeared to me to be a much larger version of... More
Service was attentive. I had goulash which was excellent with a huge dumpling. Atmosphere was cosy and comfortable and not too crowded for Friday lunch! A real hidden gem. Bring cash as they don't take plastic.
Cafe Prague is a delightful place to go for a beer -- very European with friendly warm (and yes, some authentically Czech staffers). I have visited a number of times, and the service has sometimes been good, sometimes very slow. I am not a fan of the food -- sausage OK but I've had some taste-free chicken there. I confess... More
Surprised to find a great cafe in an alley in SF--just like you might in Europe. Food was well prepared and generous portions, the beer was great, and the service cheerful and attentive. Good value, but bring cash as they don't do credit cards. They do have an ATM in the hall, though.
This is one of my favorite places in the city, fair prices, good food and a family feeling. Czech out a great lineup of beers including Staropramen and Spaten.
Happened upon this restaurant in an alley around the corner from Club Quarters. The menu is very limited - soups, salads, a few hour de vours, but the food is excellent. Had the best tomato soup ever and organic to boot. Salad presentation was great and enjoyed a very generous glass of wine. Decor is meant to feel like Prague... More
Great affordable menu and lots of choices. I stopped in here for a late night snack. Very european atmosphere and ambience. Better than I could have expected. I ordered an egg salad sandwich on multi grain bread which was paired with a lovely tomato soup that had gnocchi in it. Generous portions and only in the $10 range for both.... More
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