Unfriendly stuff, crowded place. The good is the wide selection of beers, but these beers are may be avarage or robustic. We eat a simple menu about traditional czeh cousine, it was nice. I was dissapointed by that place because of unfriendly people and behaviours...
Établissement visité le samedi 22 mars vers 12h30. Ambiance: Boiserie et cuivre partout. Plein de verre en décoration. Service: Trčs sympathique. Menu et service en anglais disponible. Sélection: 8 fűts + 1 bouteille maison lors de notre passage. Nourriture: Soupe goulash et patates farcies. (85e rating d’établissement)
Cosy place but getting more and more touristy at the same time. Prepare yourself for waiting in line to get inside.
Inside, service is quite good and so are the beers. Good choice, and the food we had there (we went here twice) was very well prepared and tasty. Good place to go, but be aware of all these tourists, largely russians when we were there.
The good thing about this place is the large selection, and they smartly allow samplers. We have been served better than in other places in Prague. The food was maybe simpler than other pubs. The beers are many, but some could be avoided (beer and fruits or herbs for example).
Went for dinner on a friends birthday back in december. He got one of the 4 liter tubes of the dark lager for himself, and the waitress looked at him like he was crazy. He managed to finish it in a pretty timely fashion with barely any help too. I got the eight beer sampler for 88 crowns I think pretty decent prices. The unfiltered light and dark lager are both quite good, and I really liked the wheat beer, despite its lower ratings. the flavored beers got a little questionable, but all were interesting, and the nettle was the only one that was downright nasty. The variety and ambitiousness of their beers really made Dum stand out from the other brewpubs I visited. The food was typical Czech, but pretty good
We came here two times. First time was an evening after dinner, it was impossible to get a seat so we stayed at the bar. Second time was at lunchtime, we got a table and something to eat. I had the Bohemian Platte. They have 8 taps. 6 with specialbrews, fx. blueberry, nettle... all a bit wierd.. but fun to try, luckely you can buy sampels, 10 cl. The last 2 taps they use for their light and dark classic Czech, they are good.
Few minutes walk from metro station I.P.Pavlova (red line). Rustic place with various kind of Czech’s and European dishes. Old brewing equipment are all over the place and walls. Nice place to drink with good home made beers.
Even though "house of breweries" is located a bit off the beaten track and therefore not so touristy: it is not the typical, cozy, traditional and old Prague beer-hall.............! The walls of this medium-sized restaurant are covered with brewery memorabilia to create .
a "nostalgic" atmosphere, the polished coppers of the microbrewery are an eye-catcher, that’s not bad so far.
The "normal" beers are not the greatest that could be found in the czech capital, the "experimental" beers are odd, not worth a try IMO.
We pre booked our table before we got there so there were no problems. It certainly felt as though we were amongst locals rather than Tourists, it was busy and the atmosphere was great. The beers were average rather than great and we stayed with the more normal types.
The food was interesting and we found it best to stick with Czech specialities, the Goulash with beer being the best choice.
We took a Taxi to get there and then walked back which is a treck. It seems to be off the main tourist drag so only gets those who seek it out or are staying nearby. A great place to visit.