I had a chance to visit this restaurant more do to the entertainment. A great big restaruant adorned in old Czech costumes...seating or balcony seating overlooking parts of Prague... a big open hearth grill for typical Czech fare. Entertainment on the weekends....definitely worth a visit.
The musicians I heard were originally from Moravia but now residing in Prague. They performed traditional Moravian dance and music (cymbal)
Doing it on your own, one can take the Red metro line to Roztyly and exit the back side of the metro. You will have to walk up a small hill about 50-75 metres. On the back side you can take the paved path or the natural path up the hill...you can see the rooftop of the restaurant...black tiles with orange lettering "Koliba" Also, look for the big Pilsen Urq. neon/green sign on the top.
A great venue for small or big groups.
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