Excellent food and service!Big enough portions ,Czech traditional dishes in a very nice place.Try tartar and spicy sausages.
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Just as good as when we last visited in 2013. At lunch do ask to see the daily menu as well and the waiter will translate it for you. It gets busy but the table turnover is quite quick, so it is worth waiting if...More
The waiters were fine (despite other reviews saying they were grumpy). The food arrived fairly quickly. The burger was very good but the goulash was too hot to enjoy. The waiter warned us it was hot but this was silly hot. I had to leave...More
If you’re after somewhere relaxed with good tankovna beer and some decent food without breaking the bank, this is the place. We’re often in there for a quick pit stop or to while away a few hours when in Prague. Definitely try some of the...More
This used to be a great place to go, but after our recent visit I have to agree with all those reviews talking about poor service. To start with, they nearly did not let us in because we had no reservation, although the place was...More
I did not have a reservation but stopped in at 5 pm for dinner before the opera. The restaurant was empty and it was very early, but I was seated right by the door to the kitchen, where I could see all those empty tables....More
Semi-touristic restaurant with a pub-like feeling. Portions are large and the Czech dishes are quite good (while a bit heavy). Good for groups of friends who want a good meal and a beer without going for a more refined experience.
We got to the place really excited, sat on a free table and then after 10 minutes, a waiter comes by and tries to have us pay for another person's check, even though another person next to us said we had just arrived. He was...More