Mon-Fri: 11.00-24.00, -Sat: 11.30-24.00, -Sun: 11.30-22.00
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This popular pub/restaurant is the brainchild of one the best known Czech breweries - Pilsner Urquell -established 171 years ago. The low-key facade, a typical turn of the century townhouse, opens out as you enter, revealing a cosy, rustic, wood paneled, front dining area - complete with gleaming bronze relief of the pagan god Radegast - with beer serving counter, spacious multi-level garden with soaring adjacent buildings. But the real surprise is the incredible cellar space - seats 200 - which seem to go on for ever. The exposed brick, vaulted ceiling and walls hug the space in a comforting embrace. These immense, thick walls ensure the spaces are temperate the whole year round - cool in the summer, cosy in the winter. A quick glance at the menu reveals all the favourites of Czech cuisine - often with a Moravaian slant. As well as large dishes there are also a good selection of smaller dishes to accompany your pint. Portions are generous and hearty, washed down with excellent Radegast beer on tap. What more can you ask for?
Seleection from the menu - Offer may vary according to season:
Moravian onion soup with croutons and cheese (42Kč). Sausages prepared on black beer (84Kč). Beef tartar made using tenderloin/sirloin with fried bread slices, 100g (179Kč).
Fish & Meat:
Trout served with fresh herbs, butter and mashed potatoes (165Kč). Lightly spicy deer goulash served with Carlsbad dumplings (185Kč). Roasted pork knee served with bread, mustard and horse raddish (249Kč). Dessert:
Chocolate souflée (75Kč).
GPS: 50°4'14.761 N, 14°24'11.498 E
Locality: Prague 5
Underground: B - Anděl
Bus: 191 - Anděl
Tram: 4, 9, 10, 16, 58, 59 - Anděl
From city centre: .
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