Beer is wonderful here 3 Postřižinské beers with unforgettable heads and tastes. This small (too small, unfortunately) pub is a real Czech oasis in Budapest. Food is also excellent, although the selection is small and the paper plate and plastic forks are disappointing. Yet, Kvargli and hermelin is great, too. A favourite, definitely!
Small and comfy pub, wooden walls and beer stuff all over the walls. Nice local and student hang out in the center, with good beer and cheap prices. Good bottle selection for the tiny space. Would definitely drop by again.
Oh for goodness’ sake guys life is not just about beer, it’s about pubs too and this one is a cutey. A single front room a block and a bit off the nearest main road, only found if you know where it is, dedicated to chatter and drinking, tiny and friendly, what more can yoy want? No doubt easiest to find space before 20.00 but go anyway.
Very small and cramped place which can hold not more than 25 people (about 2 p.m. we were only guests). Mostly Postrižinske beers with few others. Unfortunately just one new for me. OK place, not expensive.
As already said by others: Postřižinské on three taps, some (6) other Czech brews on bottles. Very small (5 tables) yet cozy pub. Hrabal memorabilia on the walls. Barmaid didn’t speak English but it wasn’t problem thanks to friendly help of fellow customer. Also quite cheap.
Marko (533) Prague, Czech Republic | September 27, 2011
A shrine to Hrabal and his beers in the middle of Budapest. Boasts a nearly full Postrizinske range, with 3 beers on tap. Pardubicky Porter and Pernstejn Vilem were also available when I was there. Small, slightly dark and atmospheric yet clean, which is cool. Good service, English spoken. Beer from 250 to 450 HUF, which is cool. A very good place to get some Czech ticks, And one of better places to drink here overall.