Huh, came here as we were a minute away, to get a round of beers. The prices, surprisingly low for the city center (29 czk for 0.3l of their own beer) were half the draw. Cute place with seemingly a lot of? some? history, decorated mainly in their own 2 cat gimmick and retro Pilsner Urquell paraphernalia. We were told away from the seating area when we said we were there only for beers. Wasn't even full, but hey, such is their rule. And it wouldn't be a problem if not for the fact that the "standing" area is small and uncomfortable, so the mood was lower than it might/should be. Not the friendliest of services, but hey, we got our beer. Pale, dark & Pilsner Urquell as options, not the polotmavé. Both the pale and the dark were diacetyl bombs, hard to finish the 0.33l. Basically stuck out for a little longer, didn't even fully finish the glasses. Obvious QC issues on the beer, but I can see it being an okay central combo for beer & food when it's not technically flawed like when we visited. Still, after this experience, a revisit is not high on my priority list.
Bit of a tourist trap. Beer not great, slight sour edge to finish as if lines never been cleaned. Just stayed for one tick. Staff not exactly welcoming. Not the best place in Prague. Just 3 of their own brews (1, the Polotmava Cat was a mix of the White Cat and Black Cat - lager and dark) all old styles, no IPA etc which may please some.
MarkoNm (238) Novo mesto, Slovenia | August 18, 2018| Updated August 19, 2018
A bar in the centre of Prague, walkable distance from Old Town and Charles Bridge. A larger indoor place with some outside seating. Service a bit brute and the choice limited to only 2 house beers. Prices are very fine. I don't know if I'd stop again, just doesn't feel too welcoming.
Bar and restaurant not far from the center. Service was quite bad, rude and no English. Selection really limited, no sign of polotmavy, only light and dark from their own selection. Didn't try food. Prices are good. Overall: the only reason to go there is a brewery tick.
Latest visit now on August 3, 2017. Stopped by for tasting the beers, got to stand by the entrance since the tables were reserved for guests wanting to eat. Difficult to make a call on service, since we ordered and paid by the man pouring the beers. On this visit the svetly was the only one holding up, the tmavy and polotmavy were only decent to OK.
Latest visit was for lunch on Tuesday May 26, 2015. Got there around noon or so. Fairly crowded, but we got one of the "reserved" tables, even though we had no reservation. I had the salmon, which was nice. Also had two beers, also good. Nice enough place, I’d go back. Fast service, even though it was fairly crowded. They breded while we was there too, always nice, you can see it from parts of the restaurant. Very centrally located, walking distance from plenty of other Prague micro breweries.
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Visted twice in early June, 2011. Nice place, good service. Had a small pickled sausage the first time, only beer the second. I can see myself coming back for the beer, as well as for tasting more food. Very central.
Only 2 beers available. Quite busy, allows smoking too, always a downside. Food was pretty good though even if the service was slow. Think it took around 20 minutes to finally get a bill and finally pay.
Foggy glasses when entering, as grandpa was working with the mash aside entrance. Holy two cats what aroma! Nice scents made me smile.
Czech traditional good menu if you’re hungry and tourist herds haven’t taken all seats. Standing I got two home made beers in traditional fresh czech style. Satisfied.
Central placed classic Czech bar/restuarant, rather big. Heavy smoke fumes as you enter, but with a small room in the back where smoking isnt allowed. Like that helps :( 2 taps with a light and a dark beer, light drinkable, dark rather bad. As everything was reserved, we where only allowed to stay for 30 minutes. Plenty of time to rate the 2 beers, if it wasnt for the waiting for the bill. Didnt try the food, but seemed to be popular.