Restaurant atmosphere, and a nice one at that. Sits about 80 in many half-separated rooms. 3 beers from Pilsner Urquell. Very good food overall and especially an above average goulash. IMPORTANT NOTE: People go there to taste the unfiltered Pislner Urquell. True they have a Pilsner Urquell, but not the one in oak barrels that is totally different and only available at the brewery not far from there. If you want the real deal go to the brewery and taste the real thing. The version is oak barrel is totally different and doesn’t even look at all like the version served at Na Parkanu. The version at Na Parkanu is only slightly better than the regular Pilsner Urquell, not much there. Overall that’s a nice stop for a nice meal and a pint or two but not a place I’d go out drink to.
Ober (58) Bommelerwaard, Netherlands | October 4, 2008
A beautiful cellar bar. Very busy and noisy. Good beers and nice staff. It was nice to be there, to drink, to sit and watch the people.
It’s all about the unfiltered Urquell here (the two Masters not being all that memorable). Nice place I guess, fine outdoor area, ok service. The inside doesn’t differ much from the average bar of this type. Shame I didn’t get to visit the museum.
Pretty place with the Urquell brewery museum. The only place I found the two Master brews on tap. Aslo the place to go (apart from the Urquell brewery tour) to get the unfiltered Urquell. Cozy outdoor area, sheltered by high walls. Inside is a bit noisy and smoky.
Nice and relaxed place with a friendly atmosphere and attentive service. The beer selection is limited, but this does not really matter since they got unfiltered Pilsner Urquell on tap. The cuisine is genuinely Czech, and quite well made. A must place if you visit Plzen.
Oh yeah, go here just to sit in the courtyard on a hot summer day drinking unfiltered Pilsner Urquell. This is the same beer as that which is served on the brewery tour, only it’s from the tanks and not from the wood barrel... but man is it delicious... one of the best pils I’ve ever had, different from the wood fermented version, and dare I say better? As far as the interior, it’s typical old wood, a lot of seats and benches, the food is above average but not the best we found in Czech Republic. You owe it to yourself to visit this place and drink the unfiltered PU before you hit the brewery tour, just to be able to compare them with little time inbetween.
coldbrewky (82) Hippetown East, New York | June 1, 2008| Updated October 23, 2008
Well, this lovely beer hall/porch/walled garden resturant/tourist museum attraction could not have been any more convienent for me since the Pension City where we stayed during our two nights in Plzen is 75 paces away. The Unfiltered Urquell is all it stacks up to be and is served with pride here. The waiters and barmaids are attentive but not pushy. I ended up sitting o the canopied porch all the times I was there. Fil met us here and subsequently dragged us about Plzen until we stumbled our way home. A very pleasant place to have a spectacular beer.
Établissement visité le mardi 18 mars vers 18h30. Ambiance: Endroit enfumé. Plein de petits salons avec des boiseries partout. Service: Sympathique. Langue tchèque seulement. Sélection: 3 fûts de la brasserie Prazdroj au menu dont une Pilsner Urquell non filtrée. Nourriture: Poitrine de poulet avec une sauce au fromage accompagnée de légumes et de frites. (79e rating d’établissement)
gnoff (648) Mölndal, Sweden | January 14, 2007| Updated July 8, 2008
First rating: Very nice food but really did go there for the Kvasnicovy Urquell which is excellent. Make sure to visit the museum and then carry on to the brewery visit. Second rating: My third visit in four years. Has turned a bit touristy now it seems. More expensive and the food was worse, goulasch was quite crappy compared to older days. Also service was slower.