Been here many times n the past, but seems I never did rate it before. Latest visit after a brewery tour, afternoon of Tuesday August 1, 2017. Rather large nice restaurant located in the brewery area, not too far of a distance from the front brewery gates. One floor down by stairs, might be an elevator available, didn’t think of it. Same building that these days house the gift shop in the ground floor. If you like us only fancy a beer, then you get to sit by the tables just outside the restaurant. This day they had an Altbier from Volba Sladku (Master) available, also the unfiltered Gambrinus, that is soo much better (I think) than the filtered version. Quite decent service, friendly (especially for Czech), fast. Toilets available inside the restaurant. Have eaten in the past, but been too long for me to review that now, didn’t eat this time around. Worth to drop by for a beer if you are going on or are just back from the brewery tour.
Big open nice space on a late September week night. Service and food were good, prices were great. Not a huge selection but makes it up on quality. A great place for beer fans to visit.
djoeye (227) Tromsø, Norway | July 5, 2015| Updated June 24, 2017
Huge, classic interior, noisy when crowded, which it often is with busloads of tourist. Very good menu, cz eng de. Apx 4 beers, gambrinus and urquell, naturally. Polite staff, efficient, ok english. Not expensive. Good beers and tasty czech food. You find two unfiltered there, very tasty.
Really big place with kinda classy interior. Food was great, we had a rather spicy goulash. But the beer selection? We asked for unfiltered Urquel, but was only offered unfiltered Gambrinus. Maybe just a misunderstanding?
Hmm, they got the unfiltered Urquell, so the merits are obvious. Apart from that I don’t know about the food, and the insides were crowded and loud. But that was during the Pilsner Fest, so no wonder. The ambience was not really nice and one of us was ripped off significantly by the bartender - which might have been because the guy was losing his mind with all those customers.
We only had a beer in the outdoor area, and the restaurant downstairs looked better. The unacceptable part was that the beer tasted a little old - I can live with that in Denmark but not inside the brewery. The historical setting was also quite ruined by the loud Eurodance on the radio
"Na spilce" means " in the fermenting room" ("spilka" in bohemian language), therefore the name of the restaurant explains the location of this upmarket beer-hall, which a bit similar to a typical Munich Brauereigaststätte; on these premises were situated the wooden open fermenters, that the Prazdroj-Brewery used before the Velvet Revolution. The beers are in good condition, even though not the whole range of P.U. products is available here. The traditional meat based czech meals are boring to depressing, but nevertheless well prepared. Worth a try!