This place has been there for the past fifty (50) years and "fed the hungry hordes" under post WW2 Czechoslovakia.
Designed to feed the working mothers/ fathers home cooked meals at near cost prices even then.
One can chose from a daily menu of four set meals, with a new menu published weekly.
Had a great "svickova" ( beef with carrots, suede and parsnips cream sauce... just the way your mother (in-law, in my case) made it, along with steamed knedle (dumplings).
Came with a choice of cream marrow or clear vegetable beef soup.
Vyborne... (excellent) and all for under $10 bucks for two.
P.s These poor starving East Europeans, send them a bucket of KFC ( extra crispy) with 'slaw and biscuit. (Just the thought makes me shiver)
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