Visited during RBESG’12. We had our own space here, and I didn’t walk around here, so can’t really say what the pub/restaurant looks like. Looks more or less the same as the second location though, only this place had multiple floors. Service was quick, beers were fine. Didn’t have any food here. I’d go to the Dunajska location.
in this place you can have traditional beer and food; the staff is very friendly and had no problems speaking english; they suggested me gnocchi with bacon and onions and a local craft beer! good choices!
Popped in for a quick drink. Somehow it looks like a refurbished traditional brewpub which lost lots of that traditional in the process. Not sure if it’s the tiled floor or bare walls, but something didn’t feel right. Guys at the bar didn’t seem very interested, but I did get my beer in reasonable amount of time. Selection is very limited, beer was decent. If nearby I guess it’s worth coming in for a quick pint or two.
This is a nice place, well worth a visit if you get the chance - been here three times I think. Their lager has always been top-notch, I didn’t care for the Dunkel as much. Food is pretty solid, I enjoyed the goulash in particular. Only real downside is the selection of beers, they could really branch out a little.
Quite nice brewpub on 3 levels. Everything seemed very modern and in good shape. Beers are quite good too. The selection is not very big though. Food was good and very tasty, portions were quite big too. Overall I liked it, recommended.
The brewpub is very solid concerning atmosphere, old heavy wood furniture as well as service and food. The selection is mainly if you prefer a pilsner or a dark beer (svetle or tmave) and which size of beer you want. Still a nice place to eat and have a beer or two.