Nice atmosphere and friendly staff. At first we tried to get there on Friday evening but it was totally packed. Second try on Sat noon was ok. Food was nothing special as it was partly made of normal supermarket frozen food (e.g. vegetable mix & salmon steak). They have a nice selection of their own draft beer. You can order a 8 x 1 dl sampler set which includes all of them. Very reasonable prices.
JK (378) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | March 27, 2006| Updated April 19, 2006
Very large selection for a Prague restaurant. Uncomfortable chairs in a cool brewpub. Large menu, but the beer is very expensive here and this was probably my most expensive meal in the city, but still reasonable by American standards. Service was friendly; the food OK.
I LOVED Pivovarsky Dum. Where else are you going to find Nettle Beer, Banana Beer, Vanilla Beer, and all those other weird flavors, not to mention Sour Cherry Beer. Very, very adventurous. I respect their effort. Although the beer themselves weren’t great, at least the place tried. Finding seven taps in Prague is a rare deal. The stench of unwashed people continued at Pivovarsky Dum, as it had everywhere eise in Prague - perhaps no one bathes on Christmas Day, as I was there on 12/25. Service adequate to good. Food was subpar - the dumplings with fruit filling were especially uninspired.
i loved this little brew pub. they had quite an interesting batch up beers. the champange beer what very interesting and quite refreshing. the banana cherry and coffee beers were all solid as was the bock. i wish they had the vanilla and nettle beers when i was there.
Visited January 2014, on a Friday evening. Place was pretty much empty when we were there. We opted for the cellar and took a sampler. Service was OK and beer is, well, "creative". Plenty of beer from tap.
We came here two times. First time was an evening after dinner, it was impossible to get a seat so we stayed at the bar. Second time was at lunchtime, we got a table and something to eat. I had the Bohemian Platte. They have 8 taps. 6 with specialbrews, fx. blueberry, nettle... all a bit wierd.. but fun to try, luckely you can buy sampels, 10 cl. The last 2 taps they use for their light and dark classic Czech, they are good.
slimchill (88) Austin, Texas | October 31, 2007| Updated September 15, 2008
Great place with wonderfully unique beers. Lots of (authentically) historic decor, family style seating, and good service. A must for Prague.
Visited on 24/09/08. The pale and a dark lagers were excellent, the best sampled on my trip to Prague. The service was efficient and the food very enjoyable - I really enjoyed the rabbit with spatzle. The place was packed and the prices were cheap - in terms of value for money, this was the best place in Prague. An excellent place to visit.
Awesome little brewpub about 8-10 minutes by car from the main tourist area. This is the sister pub to Pivovarský Klub, so naturally some of the selection overlaps. Here you will find the house Dům pils, tmave, and amber, all unfiltered and all delicious. The tmave in particular is one of the best I had while in Prague. There are also a number of oddly flavored beers, like the bright green nettle beer, which aren’t really worth the time. Stick to the basics here. The restaurant is clean and smoke free, and there’s some cool historic memorabilia on the walls. Food was solid Czech pub fare, nothing too fancy, but all tasty and filling. The wife and I had a nice, relaxing lunch there. Great place.