2+KK Restaurant

Mayor: djoeye (1) | Taps: 4 | Bottles: 10
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  • AMBIANCE 5/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD 10/10
  • VALUE 10/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
djoeye  (436) Tromsø, Norway | April 6, 2018| Updated October 1, 2018
Entrance from Namesti Miru. Modest and clean interior, reminds me about the seventies. Normal popmusic in the background. Typical czech unpretencious café with tasty czech food and very good service. English was well spoken at my visit. They have at least 4 taps, Urquell dominates, but at least one or two other options. I got a good Dvur Chyne, and in addition one seasonal green DC (Dvur Chyné) . This is a real czech café!
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 6/10
  • SELECTION 6/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 10/20
Camons  (851) Hasselager, Denmark | July 31, 2017
Restaurant not far from IP pavlova. A bit slow on a late Monday afternoon. 4 taps, Kozel, Urquell, Chyne, Kavoc on the board, but the later was out. No small pours, wich is nonsence. A fridge with 4 or 5 uninspired beers, Primator IPA and Weiss etc. Nice cool cellar on a very warm day. Friendly service, okies English. Not a place to search out for the beers. Free and well working wifi.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 9/10
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
Tim Webb  (579) Bristol, England | June 10, 2016
Just the sort of place that Ratebeerians should be supporting. A normal person’s restaurant in a busy spot, aimed mostly at local office workers and passers by, smokers in the cellar, no smoking on the streetside ground floor. Offers well-cooked and presented Czech dishes in generous portions, plus beef and some fish. Then as an add-on about 15-20 beers that usually include larger bottled from Matuska and others. Service is workmanlike, but at 21.00 on a Thursday night there was a lot of work to do.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 7/10
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
Marko  (364) Split / Zagreb, Croatia | November 6, 2014
So, there we were, the 70 of us, tired with all the winning and almost winning we did at Praga Cantat ( :p <3 ), finally getting to it after a tiring Grand Prix day. Dinner was already arranged for us here, and we had no idea what the place would be like. Ok, I did check in advance, and remembered seeing something interesting on the drinks list, but forgot what it was. So in we came finally, filling the place to the top, I’d ordered the Chýně 12° unfiltered polotmavý I’d spotted on the board (a very unexpected & nice touch), when I spotted the fridge. And there they were - a row of Matuškas smiling at me...

But yeah, anyway. This is a cute little restaurant, bright an cheery, with a slightly darker, still nice, and somewhat bigger basement area downstairs. Two rows of empty Matuška bottles line the stairwell that links the two. In case you miss the fridge and need a hint. The beer selection is, in general, actually quite balanced. Going from the "regular" Urquell/Kozeloids + a couple of Herolds, expanded by the solid attempt at a macro wit that is Fenix, and then expanded by the Chýně & Pardubicky Porter on one side, and driven to victory by the 4 Matuška pale ales on the other. The service was quick. We did wait outside for a while since they were getting the place ready for us - but they had a crowd just before us and getting "rid" of everyone and ready for this can be tricky. A slight - there, but they did their job fast and well, and were friendly. At least one of them seems to be a beer enthusiast, which is very cool. The food was good, but not stellar, the soup overshadowed by the one at Zlatá Kovadlina the day before, the svičková good, though not the best one I’ve ever had, and the dessert barely an afterthought - though I do imagine it might be better when there’s not 70 people to serve at the same time. The prices are good I reckon, especially for the area. Anyway, those of us who’d ordered, after my recommendation, Matuškas, even people who’ve never had anything more bitter than a pils, were all thrilled, extremely so. So yay, +1 for beer education. :) The saddest moment was getting ready to leave and then spotting that there was a bottle of Zlatá Raketa hidden behind the California/Raptor/Apollo Galaxy trio we thought was the full extent of the range here. Oh well. Next time!

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