We had two dinners here at the "Yellow Sunflower" restaurant. The atmosphere is really cosy, with benches and tables, and all tables seperated by stained glass art panels. They have menus in Czech and English.
For our first dinner I had a carbonara pasta (which was just fine and a decent size portion) and my husband ordered the "hunk of meat" - which turned out to be a fillet mignon. He said the steak was perfectly cooked. He also tried the garlic mashed potatoes (which were tasty) and his meal came with a "salad". The "salad" was a bit of a surprise - it was sort of like half cole slaw and half green lettuce in a mayonaise sauce. Neither of us liked it. The meal was pricier than anyother place we had been in Zlin.
Our second meal was on a Sunday night, and besides fast food, this was the only restauarant we could find open. They were have a week long "duck fest" - which meant for Sunday thru Saturday that week they were only offering duck dishes. The menu was very limited - about 6 dishes and the menu was only in Czech. We asked the waitress to suggest something and she brought us the "classic duck" - which was a duck leg and thigh with sauerkraut, stewed red cabbage and "potato bread". We discovered that in many Czech restaurants potato bread are actually this sort of slighly undercooked, very heavy sort of bread apparently made of potatoes. They have no flavor on their own. We ended up ordering an extra side of mashed potatoes to round out the meal. Looking around we say other guests with duck meals we thought looked more appealing to us - but what we had was very good.