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Lots of people stream to Brno to see the Tugendhat villa. Not many people know about the Era café designed by Josef Kranz. This architect was able to solve a complex task to combine successfully the public zone (café) and private zone of the owner...Josef Spunar. The dominating element of the interior is the starcaise. Although we were sitting in the garden we could not resist and we climbed the staircase just for pleasure. My friend* s mother remembers the time she used to be a small child playing in this café while her mother and aunt were drinking coffee. My friend Iva who studied at the Mendel university remembers the situation in the 80 of the 20 century as she had IT lessons in this building. Fortunately the Era café is open to visitors and it is great to sip coffee and admire this building both from outside and inside.More
A menu with good variety of well prepared food and good service. Reasonable priced entres including steak, pasta, vegetarian, homemade-style soups, and hamburgers. Excellent salads with fresh ingredients. Also offer nice selection of deserts including homemade ice cream.
Historic functionalist building. Quite and pleasant location in a suburb. Ideal before / after visiting Vila Tugenhat. Good food. Great local beer on draft. Exhibition of local sculptorist. Nice outside terrace in summer. Chilled and friendly clientele. Really a very nice please.
We have gone their with my boyfriend. I ordered barbecued fish with couscous - was very good, though a little bit too salty.
My boyfriend ordered steak, which was nice until he came to the end - lots of fatty parts which were hard to...chew. Additionally he was not asked how he wants his steak to be cooked (raw, well done etc.). Even with that dish might be good (not excellent) though he was given simple knife and struggle a lot with steak on his plate (looked in the end un nice especially with all this parts he wanted to avoid to eat.
Otherwise I agree - very nice interior, super helpful staff - even if menu not English they did everything for us to be it understandableMore