This was the first place that stopped for food during our three day stay in Prague and we’re very glad we did. The beef goulash in bread was lovely; it was tender, tasty and not too expensive.
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We went here based on tripadvisor reviews as it looks nothing from the outside. We had the goulash soup and the fried cheese. both lacked any flavour, the cheese reminded me of findus pancakes but without the filling. Service was missing as well. grumpy man...More
We went there for dinner and got the platter for 2 persons. The dumplings and the cabbage was really good. The duck was a bit fat, but the rest tasted good. They also have a good choice of different beers. The price range is in...More
We visited this restaurant for dinner. Tried gulash in bread and sausages. Service was fast. Waitress knew english and that was plus. We got meal quickly, havent even finished beer. Sausages was allright, but nothing special. I liked how they were served. Goulash in bread...More
This restaurant is just off the main square - I recommend keep walking and find a more interesting place to eat. The interior is dated and bland. The food was bland with out any flare or flavor. The waiter was bored and could have cared...More
Was pleasantly surprised by this restaurant. A small and cozy place around the corner of the old town square, with quick and efficient service. We had the traditional pork dishes and the baked pork knee won with its tender meet and a variety of sauces....More
We just happened to stroll by and hopped in for a classic Czech lunch. I can strongly recommend the Baked Pork knuckle, slow cooked and served with mustards, horse radish and pickles. Very reasonably priced, and very filling: I feel like I might skip dinner...More
The lunch and service were all very good. We had traditional pork knee with horseradish and potatoes (superb); Duck with red and white cabbage (flavoursome, tender but lacking in sauce); Pork ribs (flavoursome but dry).