Nice place for czech food and beer, centraly located on Söder. Great meal stop for a pub crawl including stops like Katarina Ölcafe, Bishops arms Folkunagatan, Ölkiosken, Omnipollos hatt and many others
Have only been here for a very short visit where I didn’t eat which I suspect is a big part of the experience here. Plenty of Czech beer available so if that’s your thing it’s worth a visit. Friendly staff. Fair prices. Very crowded.
Updating my review end of February, 2013. Been many times, turned around many times due to it being super crowded and a long waiting list for tables. Cozy place that only serve Czech food and beer. Usually gets rather crowded. Not possible to reserve tables. Well worth it though. Great sauerkraut, very nice food, well kept beers. On occasion have something unfiltered, make sure to ask which one. Tend to have very nice service.
Leighton (960) London, England | September 25, 2012| Updated December 2, 2012
A fairly gritty boozer, this place. Lager-focused range. Kind of dark inside, all dudes - not the most inviting place, in case you need that feeling of comfort. A change of pace from some of the other Stockholm watering holes.
Visited a Saturday, the bar and restaurant was crowded, but atmosphere and the service was good. Good, hearty Central European food with fresh Czech lagers. Fortunately, the bar is pretty unpretentious considering that it is in Stockholm. Good, "brown bars" are quite rare in Stockholm...
A fun Czech beer bar to bring back memories of past travels, but definitely does not feature Czech prices - more than 6-10x that! So, if you’re craving well made Czech lager this is the place to go. The Svijany svetly was in good shape, the Bernard not so much.
Very fun place that I highly recommend! One of the few places in the world that gets unfiltered Pilsner Urquell on tap for special occasions. I think Czech pils is the exclusive offering with generous pours in proper glassware of about 6-8 different Czech pils. Even pils that a beer nerd may consider inferior are served so fresh and so perfectly that almost anything is outstanding if you are in the mood for hoppy session lager. Food was fantastic and true to Czech style. In short, Stockholm has its own mini Czech Republic. A little bit difficult to find this place however...I would consider it a hole in the wall by my standards. So go out looking for it and don’t give up!
It was not hard to imagine being in the Czech Republic - tasty and genuine food and beers, with pilsners every bit as good as in the home country. Food was amazing. Worth going out of your way to find.