What a pity. I've always been a sucker for restaurants located in parks. There's nothing more wonderful than strolling through a park, enjoying a nice meal, then walking it off a bit while breathing in the fresh, green air afterwards. It's all about the journey, not the destination, right?
Unfortunately, Ladronka can be a disappointing stop on that journey.
First the good points:
The soups (daily special) are very nice, homemade affairs. The cakes (also daily special) are also always nice. The beer is cold and fresh, even though I'm not a fan of Krusovice, they tap it well. The coffee service is also nice. And if you are with small children, there's a children's menu - cream of wheat porridge (krupicova kase), spaghetti and fried chicken breast.
The bbq meat is fair. They won't ask you how you want your hamburger, and if you tell them, don't expect it to actually come that way. The pork and pink salmon are acceptable.
The service is inconsistent.
Don't order the pasta, gnocchi or salad. The caesar salad is made with iceberg lettuce and a mayo-based dressing. The "Greek" salad features a variety of anaemic vegetables topped with a rectangle of what seems to be processed cheese spread. The "buffalo mozzarella" is probably from the dairy case at Kaufland up the road. That's probably also the origin of the gnocchi and pasta.
Overall ... a very mediocre place.
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