We went to Folklore Garden on our last night in Prague. I feel of two minds in writing about it. There is the location itself...and then there are the customers.
The location is way on the SWest part of Prague, but they take care of that problem easily- if you are not part of a group being bussed in, they will use taxis to carry you to and from your hotel. There is no added charge for this!
The single price includes a warm-up drink on arrival, a sort of warm honey wine (I would have liked more of) and your complete meal and all drinks, plus a music and dance show.
Seating is communal, at long tables. The food is "good." Not great, but good. We found the soup very good, the main course pretty good, and the dessert just fine. Others at our table said the white and red wines were not very good. The beer was great! They also offer fruit juices and soft drinks.
The real high points for us were the "show." They had a live, 6 piece band, playing a range of Czech, Bohemian, Moravian folk tunes and 4 or 5 couples, wearing various folk outfits (they changed 3 times during the evening) and doing folk dancing. We had seen folk dance at an event elsewhere in Prague and this seemed just as good, authentic, etc. It would be a "don't miss" evening... except...
It seems like their primary customer base is "tour groups." There were about 125 people there that night, and maybe 8 or 10 did not come with a tour group. Wide range of folks-- Americans, Brits, Italians, Japanese, Australians, Rumanians, and even a group from Argentina, plus stray couples from France, Sweden, and even from Prague. They tend to be a noisy group, talking loudly to each other more than paying attention to the show. I can accept that, but it did grow tiresome hearing people bleat about where they used to work or what their grandchildren were doing while a nice folk vocal was being performed. Many took the music to just mean "talk louder." We had lots of the real bad tour group experiences-- guys who stand in front of people to get that one great picture or shoot some video, but then ignore the show most of the time.
The "emcee" was very good at working this sort of a crowd (including being able to say "hello" in about 10 languages) and aimed to make it a "fun" experience for the masses. He was very good at doing what he does...I'm just sorry for what he had to do.
So that makes this a mixed blessing. We found nothing else in Prague offering this "folk" experience on a regular basis. This place is very well run and one of the best values-per-price we saw on the entire trip. But the customers! yech!
Still, I would go again. And I would recommend it to others, with that advanced warning.
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