One has to admit that the restaurant doesn't look too inviting outside and my experiences with bohemian cousine have been in the style "really heavy, but you'll survive". Still, we decided to check the place. Our first table selection in the beer garden wasn't fully available as there was a cat sleeping on one of the chairs. Ok, the next table then. The owner/waiter was really nice and we felt immediately welcome. The food took a while to come, but that's completely understandable, and it tastet pretty good. Ok, the goulasch that was advertised as spicy couldn't be said to be even well-seasoned, but the overall quality was good. Actually better than in any of the restaurants in Prague I've visited. Normally we don't take any dessert, but the owner was too fast and brought the lists without asking anything (smart business move, I have to say). When the food was ok, the dessert was excellent. I tasted the pan cakes and the filled dumpling and they were definitely worth the money. All in all, very pleasant experience. Can't say anything about the interior, but maybe we'll check it then the next time.
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