If you're hungry, stay away. The place looks nice, and I guess all the good reviews come from people who were only there for drinks and/or concerts, and that's okay. But - look at the food photos on their webpage, and in front of the entrance. Looks fresh and good, right? Well, sure, false advertising is a great thing. What you actually get, when you order a "Cheeseburger menu" for 200CZK, is a cheeseburger worth 20CZK, a small muffin, disgusting fries, and a small salad, altogether worth something around 75CZK. Same goes for all the other burgers. How do I know this? Because I would know the taste of Burger King food anywhere. Yeah, that's right. They buy it in the Burger King across the street (check the map, it's literally 10 meters away) for less than a third of the price, and sell it to people for 200CZK as "their" food. Oh, and the pizza? Same deal. There's a fast-food pizza joint like twenty meters away (across from the BK). They buy the pizza there for like 60CZK, and sell it to you for 150CZK. They don't even bother with heating it, so it's cold as balls. Also, they're not very secretive about this. My girlfriend actually saw one of the staff walking in with a pizza box (she just assumed it was for the waiters, but we later realized it was actually for us, since we, as locals, know the taste). This is one of the most disgusting false advertising bs things I've ever come across. I'm going there again, taking pictures (going to post them here with food bought at BK and the pizza joint as proof), and filing a false advertising complaint with the CTIA. Don't be fooled by the nice food pictures.
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