Located in a Pilsen blue collar neighbourhood, definitely not on the tourist path. Huge place with spread out tables. Crowd of all ages from 20 to 60 year old. Anybody and everybody from the neighbourhood probably go there. Attempt at medieval decoration. Size-wise this is far from a little pub but it has the feeling of a coutryside “true” pub. Very friendly service. 2 taps Světlý 11° + 14°. Both beers disappointing with a total lack of hops. Food was ok. Nice for a meal and beer but not worth a detour just for the beer.
Quite a big place as others have said, there was even a wedding celebration going on on the premises and it was everything but cramped. Can’t comment much about the staff but they got us our beers just fine. Not much decoration but still noticable (armor and stuff... goes with the name). Really liked their two beers for some reason. And as us Croats usually do in the Czech Republic, had a couple of laughs at some signs :).
Few stops from the center by tram No. 4. Big place, more restaurant then pub, few big wooden tables in main room. Weired pictures of knights and ladies on the walls, also sword in the stone hinting to Excalibur. Two quite similar but good beers. While we were there, in another part of the building, smaller wedding was taking place.
A little way out of the center, but take tramline number 4 or a cab - we got one for 150 CZK. A modern classic place with stone floor, heavy wooden furniture, but some weird decoration. 2 own beers on of good quality. Fast service with a good understanding of english. Make a detour here to get the two beers.
Établissement visité le vendredi 19 mars vers 18h30. Ambiance: Endroit très grand avec une décoration médiévale et des fresques sur les murs. Radio en sourdine. Service: Service sympatique. Langue tchèque avec un peu d’anglais. Sélection: 2 fûts maisons de disponible. Nourriture: Entrée de jambon farci à la crème fouettée et une pizza calabrese en repas principal. Très bonne pizza à croûte mince.