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76 /100 OVENECKÁ 517/22, PRAHA 7 - LETNÁ
“Easy to get to - tram 1, 8, 12, 15, 17, 25, 26 to Letenské náměstí, go down Ovenecká and you're there in 30 seconds. Another interesting addition to the Letná area and another store trying to fill the void BC left when moving from Letná, M0ST is a pretty ambicious concept, two stores, very modern looking, a heap of fridges, delivery all over the place, talking about franchising options and they have some eco thing going on - like only selling bottles because it's the most eco friendly thing "and beer tastes best from them". Well, that's nice, but sadly, that also means that they are overflowing with 0.75l bottles, which is less than ideal for lone ticker or beer tourist, and I'm not sure the prices are better than some other stores (they seemed okay). Still, the locals probably won't mind. Solid seleciton of ciders and soda pops if I remember correctly. Got one that's made exclusively from them. The service was okay. They seem to have a "garden" behind which I need to check out next time, maybe if I'm around with someone else to share a big 'un. All in all, a solid store, will see how they develop!“
Marko 35 days ago
72 /100
Roesel Beer & Food (Restaurant)
MOSTECKÁ 20, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Tram 12, 15, 20, 22, bus 194 to Malostranské náměstí... go down Mostecká (towards the Charles Bridge), and you'll see it to your left. Tucked away in a teeny tiny inner courtyard of a building by the major tourist thoroughfare, Roesel has probably become the lone island of modern craft beer within this part of Malá Strana area. And it's largely a locals place, the people visiting the tiny terrace were locals in their 20s and 30s, it's just that kinda place. Interesting food for not that much, like a brunch place I guess. Wasn't hungry sadly. 3 taps operational when I visited, Clock's Hektor 10° is the permanent lager I guess, and it's good, for a good price. Clock Twist I skipped this time but went for the Zichovec/ČP kveik IPA. Quality, well selected bottle list and the prices, while not the cheapest in town, are not through the roof either. Very good, efficient service. All in all, a hidden gem in the town's tourist area, well worth visiting, even bringing friends to!“
Marko 36 days ago
80 /100
Beershop.cz (Beer Store)
SOKOLOVSKÁ 1464/188, PRAHA 8 - LIBEŇ
“How to get here: Welp, get out of the metro or tram at Palmovka, go uphill the Heydukova street, and you'll see it to your left when you hit Sokolovská. Cross the street and there you are. If you really want to avoid jaywalking, you can go past Komerční banka and uphill the Palmovka street till you hit Sokolovská, cross it, and head left till you hit the store. A very prominent online beer store that also has a pretty good real world store. Modern design, mostly foreign beers on the shelves to your left, 4 taps (for PETkas and growlers I guess), the till and some interesting delicatessen stuff to your front, a cold room in glass to your right with mostly Czech craft beer and, not less importantly, what seems to be, the best selection of Czech cider I can think of in Prague (though not complete and I'm certainly not omniscient), with some rarities, though I'm not sure all high-end stuff is there. Solid service, English spoken. All in all, though IMO not the best store in Prague, worth a visit if in the area!“
Marko 41 days ago
76 /100 KOLBENOVA 438/7, PRAHA 9 - VYSOČANY
“How to get here: Ehh... take the yellow line metro to Kolbenska, when out of the station cross the street, and go right, until the intersection, where you take left, and then left again. Keep going straight (with the green strip and the apartment buildings to your right), and through the door in the wall to the next area. Turn right then, and you'll see the signs and, ultimately, the brewery. Alternatively, take the 16 tram (direction Lehovec) to Poštovská (NOT Poštovka!). Get into the "inviting" factory area to your left / to the north, and take a right turn on the main "intersection" after you pass the first two buildings (on your right). Follow that road till the end, where you'll see signs pointing you left towards the brewery. So... to the point... this is a modern production brewery, cooler still because some of the equipment (like the bottle filling line!) are made by them themselves! One huge room really divided in the main brewing area to your right, the warehouse by the entrance and the offices on top of it. Apart from a basement with barrels, you immediately see everything. Including the single fridge with a bunch of Sibeeria beers in bottles and cans - 15 or so different ones at least when I visited, for just about the cheapest you can get them I guess. Common stuff and rare specials too (if you're lucky, like I was), across classic and modern styles - Sibeeria is making a ton of new beers all the time (expanding too) nowadays, so there will be something interesting. I was luckier still, while popping in randomly since I was already in the area, to immediately run into Michal and Ruslan (and other familiar faces), who gave me a quick tour and some stuff to try from the tanks and the line - great guys who have done a lot for the scene, highly knowledgeable and excellent to chat with! In any case, if you're in the area for whatever reason, or like to visit breweries, and/or keen to do a one-stop-shop visit for Sibeeria stuff (though the selection might be wider at the Beergeeks), why not!“
Marko 41 days ago
96 /100
Americanbeer.eu (Internet-based)
NAD JENERÁLKOU 554/8
“Discovered it by chance, lurking Cuso's latest rates. Nice selection of old school American craft beers - some maybe not considered craft anymore - but still, cannot think of any webshop in Europe where I can order Dogfish Head, New Belgium, Cigar City, Three Floyds and Toppling Goliath. There's no option for a delivery outside Czechia and Slovakia at the moment, but you can contact them via email/Instagram and arrange a delivery to your county. In 2 days, the box was at my door. Highly recommended! Will order again and again in the future.“
rauchbierlover 67 days ago
80 /100
Base Camp (Beer Store)
MUCHOVA 4, PRAHA 6 - DEJVICE
“Yes,a new location for this little great beer-store, just opposite of the "Krkonošská hospudka" and few steps from "Hradčanská" metro-station; situated again in a pretty small shop with a pretty good selection of both czech and international rarities. Not expensive, friendly and helpful service. surely worth a visit. Can be easily combined with a visit to "Bubenečský pivovar" (Bubeneč Brewery, around half a mile).“
pivnizub 135 days ago
98 /100 KOLBENOVA 438/7, PRAHA 9 - VYSOČANY
“An excellent microbrewery weighing many tasty new wave and traditional beers“
BarrelChalice61 144 days ago
96 /100 VINOHRADSKÁ 988/62, PRAHA 3 - ŽIŽKOV
“an atmospheric place with a large selection of new wave beers“
BarrelChalice61 144 days ago
98 /100 LOCHOTÍNSKÁ 656, PRAHA 15 - HORNÍ MĚCHOLUPY
“Wyjątkowe miejsce które trzeba odwiedzić w Pradze! Smakowite Piwo warzone na miejscu, prosto z tanka w towarzystwie smażonego sera w przestrzeni zaprojektowanej z wielkim smakiem.“
BarrelChalice61 144 days ago
100 /100 VINOHRADSKÁ 988/62, PRAHA 3 - ŽIŽKOV
“Świetne miejsce na piwnej mapie Pragi. Nie mogę się doczekać ponownej wizyty!“
JacekScar 146 days ago
48 /100 U TOVÁREN 999/31, 102 00 - HOSTIVAŘ
“The brewery is located in an industrial area, it is actually "only" a hall with the brewing equipment, so you can buy beer between the doors, and a drive through. It's beers are quite good and its well worth a stop for a few scoops. lets hope that they add a tasting room bar in the future. Note: might be an idea to call first to ensure they are open?“
BierDudeOtto 147 days ago
72 /100 HORYMÍROVO NÁMĚSTÍ 1416, PRAHA 16 - RADOTÍN
“How to get here? Easy! Take the S7 train towards Beroun, leave at the Radotín station. Follow the crowd through the underpass, turn right and follow that road (Vrážská) until you reach a three-way intersection (you should be facing U Portlandu), where you take the left... and soon, you'll see it. It's a 4-5 minutes walk from the station. So, yay! Another brewery on the S7 line! Come on Chuchle, Černošice/Mokropsy and Všenory, you're lagging behind! All in all, a former random pub/restaurant that was turned into a brewpub recently, pretty classic insides, browns, but right now they are only selling stuff to go, so not more could be gleaned. The food seemed quite well priced. They had 5 different beers in 1.5l bottles, the IPA not being great. Good service. But, really, this needs a re-rate once it's fully open, which it will get. Hopefully their lagers are better at least.“
Marko 170 days ago
72 /100
Pivotéka DBK (Beer Store)
BUDĚJOVICKÁ 1667, OC DBK FLOOR -1, PRAHA 4 - KRČ
“Yay! Finally something resembling a beer place anywhere near my work! Actually a beer store & pastries combo I reckon, near the west exit of the -1 floor of DBK (the one on the same level with the Budějovická bus station). Anywho, classic opet space, 4 fridges I think packed with Czech stuff, including some rarities even, some good stuff too. Also some shelves with a bunch of mostly foreign beer. Not ideal, not terrible. Friendly, helpful staff, some English is definitely spoken. Got 1l of Krum Vánoční Speciál as a rare curio, got a Sibeeria Au Revoir saison as I'd missed it elsewhere. Prices slightly more elevated than my regular haunts, but not bad. Glad it's there where it is, will visit it here and there!“
Marko 183 days ago
100 /100 VINOHRADSKÁ 988/62, PRAHA 3 - ŽIŽKOV
“Selection is crazy! Its hard to find such a seletion in Germany. Another clients told me that Czech Republic is a country of traditional type of beers (like Germany) but craft beer is more popular last time. Good place to met new friends.“
DraftChief56 186 days ago
56 /100 NÁDRAŽNÍ 43/84, PRAHA 5 - SMÍCHOV
“Visited for a couple of their decent macro beers. A nice traditional beer hall, but hardly the place for diversity.“
Sigmund 192 days ago
86 /100 MLAZICKÁ 16, PRAHA 8 - ČIMICE
“Small and cozy place, beer is perfectly cared of. Currently only cold cuisine... One of best places in Prague and not only because its my home pub:-)“
trhac 253 days ago
68 /100 KŘEMENCOVA 1651/11, PRAHA 1 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Incredible pub. Big, crowded, fantastic beer garden where drinking, sitting at long beer tables is the standard. You make friends from all over the world for a night. Own brew. A half hour before closing time, they start wiping out everybody... and it works. (8-1991). “
franclh 265 days ago
48 /100
Kaldi (Bar)
VYŠEHRADSKÁ 429/37, PRAHA 2 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Vinohradska jedenactka (11°) from keg is here, but for ratebeerians with some hundred czech beers rated, it is mainly a coffee bar. A year ago they had Muflon 11°. Coffee range is quite impressive. Nov2018.“
djoeye 298 days ago
70 /100 ITALSKÁ 32, PRAHA 2 - VINOHRADY
“If you haven't tried Uneticke beers yet, you may very well start here. The very first thing I saw, was the lightened Uneticke sign on their wall. If you are two or more persons, you may reserve your own table at dcdyne.com . In addition to several Uneticke, sometimes other local and craft beers are available. Cobolis, Zichovec, JungBerg, Falkenstejn, Raven. Typical czech local city pub. Visited 2018. Opened at 4pm 16oo.“
djoeye 298 days ago
70 /100 U DOBŘENSKÝCH 268/3, PRAHA 1 - STARÉ MĚSTO
“In this cellar at U Dobřenských 3 the brewery Pivovar U Dobřenských were before. New name, almost same wrapping. Traditional beers. Be aware of opening hours, which are not constant. Most often the open at 16, but most mondays the staff rest. 2018.“
djoeye 299 days ago
56 /100 THÁMOVA 7, PRAHA 8 - KARLÍN
“Small place in the middle of nowhere (meaning "near the central bus station') 10 taps, all filled with Czech stuff. Nothing to be crazy about, but decent“
creppyiceman 304 days ago
50 /100
Roesel Beer & Food (Restaurant)
MOSTECKÁ 20, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“More like a caffe/breakfast type of place, around 5 taps with basic stuff (sour from Zichoviec was a surprise tho).“
creppyiceman 304 days ago
48 /100 NÁMĚSTÍ MÍRU 1221/4, PRAHA 2 - VINOHRADY
“Decent burgers, few taps (half of them empty). Not focused on beer..“
creppyiceman 304 days ago
70 /100 NAVRÁTILOVA 1421/11, PRAHA 1 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Small place, was visiting during hot summer wish they had air conditioning :C, decent selection on taps (mostly Czech stuff) Nice fridge filled with Zichoviec, Axiom etc. Good one“
creppyiceman 304 days ago
78 /100 PLASKÁ 5, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Nice modern-looking place, selection of brews (mostly czech stuff with couple of taps filled with inports), surpisringly big selection of not yet recognized breweries from countries like Slovenia etc. Flayers available.“
creppyiceman 304 days ago
64 /100 NAVRÁTILOVA 1421/11, PRAHA 1 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Yet again tbis place is really worth a visit..“
Wirralbeerveg 306 days ago
70 /100 VINOHRADSKÁ 988/62, PRAHA 3 - ŽIŽKOV
“Decent selection of foreign brews, quite small venue, nice selection of bottles: some basic lambics, inports from Germany and UK.“
creppyiceman 306 days ago
60 /100
Království (Restaurant)
KUBELÍKOVA 1215/36, PRAHA 3 - ŽIŽKOV
“Small rather dark cellar restuarant, a small akvarium and a closet with wine bottles, so somebody must drink wine around here. 6 tap's with Cerna Hora, a single one unrated for, drinkable but not good. Had a seat outside torwards the street, sunny (35+) but partly covered by some big trees. Service was fine, beers where cheap, so might be worth a visit for the Cerna Hora ticks.“
Camons 314 days ago
70 /100
U Prince Miroslava (Restaurant)
K VODOJEMU 4, PRAHA 5 - SMÍCHOV
“A bit from the city center but easy to reach by tram 7. Small Potion seating area as you enter. Down the few stairs nad you enter a pretty big basement bar in 2-3 rooms, airconditions wich was a gift on this sunny 35 degress afternoon we visited. 12 tap's with a mix of Czech micros, unetice, Matuska, Malesov etc. Good quality of the beers we had. Good service and prices pretty as we had come away from the center. A stage and i think there is live music sometimes. Well worth the short tour out here.“
Camons 314 days ago
58 /100 HROZNOVÁ 495/6, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Smallish bar with a nice garden near the John Lennon wall and the Karlov bridge, enter though a hallway decorated as a yellow submarine, some Beatles / Lennon memorials on the walls - Im not a fan so didnt pay much attention. 2 tap's PU and Kozel dark so as boring as might be, equally boring bottle list with some Fullers, some german and belgian classics. The G'n'T i had was fine and fitting for the very warm day. Fine english speaking service. Prices a little high - no surprise.“
Camons 314 days ago
58 /100 GORAZDOVA 1, PRAHA 2 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Big touristly place near the river, tram and metro stop so easy to get to / walk by. Few other customers at our visit. 4 beers on tap, PU, Propopak and their own BlackDog Brewing group, 2 new ones for me. Menu is Tex / Mex burgers etc, we had a soup for lunch wich was fine. Prices as little high - no surprise with placing. Annoing loud pop music. Service was fine.“
Camons 314 days ago
56 /100
Kaldi (Bar)
VYŠEHRADSKÁ 429/37, PRAHA 2 - NOVÉ MĚSTO
“Stopped by after a nice, but very warm walk around and down from the Vysenhrad castle. This is a nice coffee cafe, nice smell of coffee meets you as you enter, long list of different coffee on the black board. Few sears inside and outside towards the street. Luckily there is also a little beer, just one 1 tap with Vinohradska lezak 11 wich turned out to be the best Czech lager we had this week in Prague. Just opened a new keg, totally fresh and crisp. A few more Vinohradska cans + some ciders in the fridge. Service was good, aswell as prices. Not a great beerstop, but if walking by you might be lucky with quality as we where.“
Camons 314 days ago
74 /100
Nápoje (Beer Store)
NÁRODNÍ OBRANY 49, PRAHA 6 - BUBENEč
“Now this is a special place, again, oh so Czech. What looks like a generic grocery store when you enter, actually slightly more chaotic than some, turns out to have an excellent beer selection to the right in several fridges and a pile of crates. Eclectic, fairly wide selection, some stuff I haven't seen elsewhere, solid prices. Usually there are two beers on tap, but the Maryensztadt that was supposed to be on tap simply wasn't. Oh well. The owner simply has to be a beer lover to run this, and huge respect for that, solid service too, I was warned about one beer being out of date but still hopefully okay, but not about another which decidedly wasn't - which was probably an honest mistake. As putting expired beers on sale is definitely not something all stores do... Well worth visiting in the area, must be excellent for beer geeks nearby. However, BaseCamp is nearby, and it can't really compare, but it deserves a visit if you have the time, maybe in tandem, as this guy deserves our support! Most definitely a hidden gem!“
Marko 316 days ago
62 /100
U Petrů (Restaurant)
JINDROVA 280/1, PRAHA 5 - STODŮLKY
“How to get here... 184 (Kukulova) and maybe 168 (longer ride) to Šafrankova from Nové Butovice (yellow line), or 184 (Velká Ohrada) or 174 (Luka etc.) from Nemocnice Motol to Šafrankova. And it's there. Huh... I was wondering if I should add it. On one hand, it's borderline really, no extremely interesting beers, on the other, compared to a bunch of central Prague place entries, it's damn interesting, and it also has a beer specially brewed (or "specially brewed") for it. The last was the deciding point, so here it is. It's a old-school restaurant with fairly cozy inside area and a big patio with a playground for children on the outside. It offers a string of regulars, the most interesting of which is the Petrová 11°, a kvasnicové brewed at some Lobkowicz plant apparently for them. Staropramen 10° is on tank and in very good form too, keg Urquell's there, Černá Barbora might be a tick for some, aaand there's a rotating tap... some Opat was the first time I was there, now Carling Cider I think. Classic, friendly service. Good prices, and from what I've seen, very good prices for meals, but haven't eaten. It'll most likely be out of your way, unless you're a highly driven tick completist, but living fairly nearby, and with this part of Praha 13 not being the greatest beer area in Prague, I can appreciate it.“
Marko 316 days ago
70 /100 MUCHOVA 222/7, PRAHA 6 - DEJVICE
“How to get here: Well, it's across the street from Base Camp (or rather, Base Camp moved to across the street from it). Green metro to Hradčanská, north exit, follow the streets keeping to the right into Muchova, and you'll end up there. Classic basement pub, little patio, maybe a product of the pandemic, maybe before. Actually had beers from here 2-3 times, while going to Base Camp, but never actually been inside. Fairly modern insides, full of locals, who ensure I guess that the rotation is pretty good here. Bob & Dave's and 3 other beers on tap, only haven't had the 8° Letní Ale from Beranův Pivovar, so went for that one. Guessed correctly with a small glass -> despite a good hop kick, chlorophenols are there (no fault of the pub). Anywho, good service, some interesting, even rare beers popping up here and there - there's no excuse not to go in for a round when visiting BC (and there's no excuse not to visit BC).“
Marko 321 days ago
62 /100
U Veverky (Restaurant)
ELIÁŠOVA 324/14, PRAHA 6 - DEJVICE
“How to get here: metro to Hradčanská, exit north, go left, then right into Mařákova, go till its end and you'll see its patio to the left. Ah... another tank PU restaurant... :sigh:. A very popular one, and good old school looking one... as most are really. A lot of people eating, sadly, ate elsewhere. Service was fine, Urquell in a good shape, 52 for a big one (32 I think for a small one) - a bit high for the non-central location maybe? If you want a tank PU, likely the best place in the quarter and to be very much appreciated as such, food prices look good too and the food interesting - but you won't be going for Urquell to Dejvice/Bubeneč and there are some fine places around. Still, why not take a pit stop with PU between those places!“
Marko 321 days ago
62 /100 KARMELITSKÁ 23, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Nice bar / club cozy dark wood soft rock playing, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi etc. Celler bar and seating both downstairs and outside facing the street. 5 tap's Barnard, PU, Guinness and a staropramen Velvet wich was pretty poor. Food meny is burger and Mexican, quite tasty. Nice service and prices fair aswell.“
Camons 321 days ago
54 /100
U Glaubiců (Restaurant)
MALOSTRANSKÉ NÁMĚSTÍ 266/5, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Very busy touristly place lunchtime on a weekday, placed on a street with lots of other options. Lots of people for lucch, traditional Czech food by the look of it pretty tasty. PU and Kozel dark on tap, the high turnover makes sure its fresh so not a bad choice. Fast but a bit rushed service, and rather cheap prices for the area.“
Camons 321 days ago
52 /100
Hostinec U Kocoura (Restaurant)
NERUDOVA 2, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Classic Czech restaurant place on a busy square on you way down from the castle. Cozy dark wood etc. 2 tap's PU and Kozel dark, in fine quality. Food somewhat expensive, but its in the middle of tourist area. Okies service.“
Camons 321 days ago
62 /100 THUNOVSKÁ 198/15, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Old Medieval restuarant pretty worn down but nice an charming. Seating in two rooms at street level, rest wasnt closed down but there is both a bar and more seating in the rooms down the stairs. Lots wood, clearly showing the wear of time. 2 beers on tap, PU and a Detenicke Tmave, a nice win as thats a new brewery for me. Fine english speaking service and pretty cheap prices. Food looked good.“
Camons 321 days ago
56 /100
U Sedmi Švábů (Restaurant)
JÁNSKÝ VRŠEK 14, PRAHA 1 - MALÁ STRANA
“Very dark and cave like as you enter from the nice sun. Fiereplace, medival armor and weapons. Just a small part of the restuarant open, rest not in use due to very few customers. 3 tap's Krusovice lezak and tmave + PU, the later the better choice if you had the ticks. Food looked tempting but we didnt eat. Fine service and prices.“
Camons 321 days ago
62 /100
Bellavista (Restaurant)
STRAHOVSKÉ NÁDVOŘÍ 132/1, PRAHA 1 - HRADČANY
“Visited on a sunny day, sat on the first row on the terrasse and enjoyed the very nice veiw over the city, castle, river, etc. 5 beers on tap, Stranov and Klaster in good quality. Prices cut in half (proberly due to less visitors ala Corona crisis) from 79 to 40kc for a small pours, so decent value. Slow service even there was 5 or so of them. If they keep the pricesat this level worth a visit, othervise just enjoy the view from the terrasse below.“
Camons 321 days ago
60 /100
Peklo Restaurace (Restaurant)
STRAHOVSKÉ NÁDVOŘÍ 132/1, PRAHA 1 - HRADČANY
“First place you meet if you walk from the Petrin Tower though the park to Strahov monastery, advertising monastery beers. There is a big rather dark restuarant down some stair, but since we came in early and the weather was nice only the garden was open, fine by us. 5 beers on tap, Strahov and Cerna Hora, choose the former. Order by the small bar, cash only. The garden i pretty nice on a sunny day, but walk down to the brewpub on further visits.“
Camons 321 days ago
66 /100
Budvarka - Dejvice (Restaurant)
WUCHTERLOVA 336/22, PRAHA 6 - DEJVICE
“Take the tram (8, 18, 20, 26) Vítězné náměstí or metro to Dejvická and then backtrack a little south on the main road, and you won't miss it. If you're *really* lazy, take the 143 bus to the Kafkova station from Dejvická, and it'll be right there. It is what it is - you get the basic range of Budvar beers, including the Kroužkovaný Ležák. I'm not particularly fond of any of those, but it's good to remind oneself of them and the prices are good. The restaurant is modern, good looking, fairly empty when I arrived, but some people were eating. The food prices don't seem bad either. Pro service, welcoming, English speaking too, and the complete opposite of the service in the Malý Pivovar in ČB, thankfully. All in all, if you feel like a Budweiser Budvar, and you like it, probably a good place to go to.“
Marko 322 days ago
66 /100
U Pětníka (Restaurant)
LOTYŠSKÁ 645/8, PRAHA 6 - BUBENEČ
“Just walk here from Marpek through the (nice) neighborhood, or take the green line to Dejvická, then one stop to Lotýšská and walk a bit to the right into the quarter, hard to miss. Though you won't be going "especially" for this place. A classic, if nicely decorated, Czech restaurant, as Camons said. Únětické 10 in 12 are regulars, along with some Prazdroj stuff. People actually buying Únětické to go, then moving on to the nice park nearby as the patio was full. You can easily chill in the park and grab beers here, which can be fun. The "special" was Únětické's very much meh 10.7° (for me meh), under its Slamník guise (usually renamed at a nearby restaurant), in pretty good shape. People are eating there. Service... well.. apparently they had some internal issues in the kitchen, and did not even ask about returning my 5kč change, but otherwise professional. Dunno. Skippable, unless you're really itching for Ú and a meal in this quarter. And it has wi-fi, a rarity in this quarter really.“
Marko 322 days ago