I read about this place in the Lonely Planet guide where it mentions that it has a good range of food for vegetarians (as well as meat eaters) so we decided to check it out on our last day. It is such an amazing setting. You go down some steps in to a 17th century basement; this combined with the low lighting gave it a great atmosphere. They offer daily specials, a lunch menu and a combination of Czech and more international foods. I had one of the pasta dishes with smoked tempeh and sundried tomatoes which was really tasty. The classic Czech fired cheese dish with fries was equally as tasty. Good selection of drinks too including the Czech Bechinovka which I tried there for the first time. The staff were really friendly and helpful. While the meal was more expensive than some places, I felt it was worth it as the portion sizes were good and it was excellent quality.
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