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This historic restaurant does things very traditionally. The food and beer was great, and the venue is very cool, but the accordion player was interesting for about 5 minutes and then he was sensationally annoying for the remaining hour.
It's not a bad place, but not very cozy, too many people, long waiting time to be served. Food is so so, beer is good. Prices are very touristy. They do have some entertainment for guests and staff is friendly. You can see that they...are trying. But I wouldn't say it's a must see place, it's just legendary.More
An old pub / brewery . With long history and unique beer. Very dark brown, almost chocolate, thick beige foam.
I am not a beer expert , neither is my husband, but we come here to relive the past.
We like the atmosphere, the accordion,...the long tables. We have tried the seating in the garden as well as inside. We have been here many times, once every trip. We even brought our adult children and their spouses at one of those visits.
The beer is good , nothing comes close to it in the States. The service is fast and if you don't pay attention you maybe over served if they see an empty glass. I am also not a fan of them "pushing " the shots we don't want. Not sure, but I think it is Slivovice, plum brandy, Czech specialty.
We are one beer each people, and mostly there to relive the past. We usually get a sausage plate , and the Czech bread , that we love as much as the beer!
Till next time,
Dekuji a NashledanouMore
At U Fleku Restaurant we arrived because we thought it was the place frequented by The Good Soldier Švejk, but we would find that place later.
However, the restaurant somewhat recreates the atmosphere of those times with its long tables and benches and the accordionist...that increases the noise in the restaurant.
We ordered traditional food, dark beer and some strong drinks at the beginning of the meal. When you think you've had enough, you have to be very firm with the waiters, otherwise beer after beer appears on your table. The payment system is unusual, as well, you do not pay the waiter, but to a cashier, on the way out.More
If you like ales then this is the place for you as their beer's taste is closer to ale's taste than any other beer I had in Prague. The place has a unique atmosphere, it's a bit untidy, there are long tables and benches, waiters...drifting from one table to another with beer, other spirits, fried chicken and other dishes, you call a waiter and they live a mug or a plate near you. There's usually a man playing accordion, he is quite good at it.More
German know a Place like this as a Beergarden and it’s right like that. Hearty food, beer and more drinks like shots. Live music as well and such a friendly staff who speaks many languages. Vegetables can eat there very good to.
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Nove Mesto (New Town)
Nearly 700 hundred meters long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
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Yes they love creditcards , because if you pay with cash , you will probally not have enough with you 😜😜 its a tourist trap , way overprized beer and especially the "sidecars" (small glass with schaps that you are... More
Yes they love creditcards , because if you pay with cash , you will probally not have enough with you 😜😜 its a tourist trap , way overprized beer and especially the "sidecars" (small glass with schaps that you are frequently offered ) but buy a beer and maybe one sidecar , just for trying .
Avoid the duck , i got a very boring piece and my wife too , soft skin and cooked to death . (Not like when we where there 10 years ago 👎🏻)