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A cozy restaurant in the center of Prague near the Astronomical Clock in a quiet alley. Their staff is professional and polite. If you want to try traditinal Czech cousine and beer I recommend to visit restaurant U Dvou Velbloudů.
Small restaurant, food was not great, really dry potato croquets, goulash only had 3 small pieces of meat, but lots of vegetables and dumpling, service was ok, not really friendly. Not worth the money. Had way better czech food in other restaurants.
We stumbled onto this tourist-friendly restaurant by accident—it’s down a tiny laneway. About 3/4 of the customers were local which is always a good sign. Service was great and the menu featured a good assortment of Czech and regional dishes. I ordered a chicken schnitzel...and my partner got the duck. Starters and sides were great. Portions were generous and we left savouring our meal. Highly recommended especially if you want to try something local.More
My boyfriend and I were looking for a bohemian restaurant after our city tour. At the end we chose this restaurant by random. The waiter was friendly and the place got that rustic look what we liked. We chose the meal no. 17 which was...perfect for 2 people. We loved it!More
We wandered a block behind the main square to find this charming restaurant. Its location appeared, this night at least, to attract locals and not tourists, and was not overly crowded. The waiter/bartender/manager? did it all this night, and he was most friendly, helpful, and...efficient. We had delicious rare ribeye steak or goulash, accompanied by braise cabbage and merlot. When I order becherovka as an after-dinner drink, he gently insisted I follow his lead and pronounce it correctly first. It was a fun moment. We loved the food, atmosphere, and service. We'll be back next time we are in Prague.More
We had good food here, although absolutely enormous portions! We had the pork knee and sausage, both of which were tasty. Service was good, although it was very quiet when we visited - we were basically the only people eating there. A few people came...for a drink - it had a bit of a for-locals feel to it. So unusual atmosphere, but tasty food and good value.More
Beautiful atmosphere, delicious pork with lemon,tasty sauces,fresh green salad, amazing apple pie with whipped cream. Friendly personnel, elegant ambience. Thank you for the first lovely experience with Czech cuisine.
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