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The menu looks great but fails to live up to the photos. The Bohemian dish with duck, ham and sliced pork was salty. The duck was very dry. Salad was brought out together with the meal. Average service. Ok decor and ambiance.
Great goulash and dishes but they had a 15% discount in the door that they didn’t respect it.
We asked for it and he said yes but you should have told me before. He didn’t wanted to do it.
Bad experience at the end, the...waiter was mean.More
This was a great little find right in the heart of the city. Food was great, service with a smile too. Our only negative was that they add a 13.5% service charge that is not advertised anywhere visible and it’s not optional. This really adds...up on the bill.More
We ate here as a family of four. We had two mixed grills, spaghetti bolognese and chips. The service and food was first class and the downstairs cellar setting was great. Would definitely return and would recommend a visit.
My partner and I vistided this restaurant twice on our Christmas trip to Prague. The restaurant is situated in a picturesque cellar. The waiter on both occasions was very friendly compared with the other places we visited in Prague. He made the effort to talk...to use and make us feel comfortable. The food was typical Czech cuisine and was very fairly priced. One other noteworthy point was the availability of Kozel which was a nice change from the Pilsner Urquell typically offered in Prague. To top it off we were given complementary shots of Czech spirits.
We are just came out from this place. We ordered 4 potato soups, 2 fried cheese, 1 salad, 2 patatos with bacon and onion, beer and water. The waiter refused to serve us because according to the restaurant policy it was too little. It’s absurd....I spend how much I want. Absolutely not recommended.More
We have been treated extremly bad. They did not have ANY change and were very rude. When we asked if we could pay seperatly they said they don't have to do anything "you're not my boss".
Would not recommend. Also its very pricey
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