We decided to try this place after we couldn't get a table at the restaurant next. We found that the food was good and also the service. I would recommend it.
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We ordered the fried cheese and beef goulash, both excellent. Onion soup was good as well. This building is from the 1400s and is a nice place to catch some shade and cool down while having a pilsner urquell and lunch.
The restaurant is charming, service good, and food good. However, in Prague, they always give you a printout of an itemized bill. But, they just gave us a scrap of paper with a number written on it and another unidentified 10% added to it. Since...More
Among other little retaurant on this side it was a rather good experience for lunch. The ambience of this historic house is particular! The food and service was excellent!
Wonderfully comfy and snug restaurant with excellent service and food, very honest as well as I nearly paid 10 times the price after confusing my money, too many zeros! The owner chased me to return the money which I really appreciated. This was sadly not...More
Stopped here for some dinner. Looked interesting from the outside and so in we went. What we found was amazing. We both ordered the steak in different ways. We were both very impressed. Cooked perfectly, the sauce added a lovely flavour but didn't take away...More
This small restaurant provides excellent traditional Czech food. We found it by accident a few years ago and now make a point of visiting it every year. The waitress 'Marika' is excellent, speaks fluent English and is happy to talk you through the menu. We...More
We tried this restaurant and found it charming and full of character.It is one of the oldest buildings.there.It had decorated full wall murals.I tried the duck which was very good but too much for me.Large portions served here.Very good food
The location for this restaurant is excellent if you're staying 'castle side' of the river. It's set in a wonderful old building and so comes with a good deal of charm. The food was OK, I had the duck and bread dumplings and my companion...More