Nice escape from the tourist trap Strahov, small cafe with 6 tables - maybe they have other rooms. I came 15.30 on a weekday, only me and the waiter. Easy short menu. Dumplings went well with their svetle.
Quite nice place on the way down the hill from Strahov monastary. Wood, brickwall, little bar with 3 tap’s Bon beers wich unfortunately isnt very good, or maybe just in poor shape here, sour and buttery. Friendly enough service, and cheap prices for the placing so close to the touristly hell of the monastary and castle. Go here for the 3 ticks only.
They have 3 beers from BON brewery. Prices are low, especialy in comparision to other places in the neighbourhood. Food is fine,simple but tasty. There is a nice collection of old czech beer labels on the walls. Worth to visit when you are after visiting a Prague Castle (Strahov brewpub is 15 minuts walk, but it’s totaly difrent price level).
Avoid: We struggled to get 5 33cl beers from draught. He only wanted to sell us 50cl. But we had an idea when we entered that the beer was poor and so it was. Two beers avaliable and both Very filthy and filled with diacetyl. Ignorant service. We came directly from Strahov from one of the worlds best brewpub into this hellhole. Crap!
Restaurant with three beers from Bon brewery. Quite poor selection of beers but a really nice place far down in an old style cellar with rounded ceilings. Did not try the food. Service was nice and english worked ok for us. Beers were not in perfect condition.
Beer cellar with a cozy rural atmosphere located rather inconspicuously on the way up to the Strahov monastery. The 3 beers on draught are middle of the road, but the food is tasty and prices are very low for this part of town. Worth a detour for sure!
Charming cellar bar serving great beers from Bon. I also had a delicious hermelin cheese, which turned out to be my food-nightcap. About the skin on my wooden bench, it wasn’t sheep skin. I think it was from a goat. But, who else cares? (Visited October 8th 2014)
Very nice beercellar, with white vaulted roofs, and what looks like traditional furnishing. Big wooden tables and wooden benches covered with sheep skin. 3 beers from Bon on tap at my visit, all lovely. Radio played in the background, playing UK oldies and interrupted by Czech commercials, not adding value to this great place. Snack menu available.
Authentic valasske beer, very beautiful interiors, nice food, friendly staff and really fair prices in spite of the fact that it is close to tourists place. There are enough tourists of course, but a lot of czechs as well. One of the places you have to visit if you’re visiting Hrad.