There was something unsettling in that place's interior, altough service seemed to be fair, and the selection was satisfying with that well-known bottles. 3 taps as well. The only thing that really disappointed me was the price of the beers. Really expensive place, despite the fact there wasn't anything in that bar you cannot find elsewhere.
Amazing location, and just a step away from the thronging crowds. Weird indoor space, but nice courtyard in good weather. Only 3 beers on tap, but a fairly extensive bottle list, but lacking in Czech beers. Bartender did not seem to want to help. A little pricey - one and done.
Visited on 13th July 2017. Tucked away in a courtyard is this bar. As the weather was nice we relaxed in the courtyard and sampled the beers. A small but solid range on draft plus a decent bottle selection makes this spot worth a stop. Food was pretty good too with a huge sausage available plus bread. Service could’ve been a little quicker but prices were good. I’d stop by again.
Love this place. Even if they do not have a huge selection on tap, their bottle selection is simply amazing! I loved the ambience, expecially the cellar from the 12th Century. Food is good as well.
If you are in Prague, you must come here.
Wow. This bar is not to miss when in Prague. It’s a bit tucked away in a historic building in Old Town, and has a fantastic Romanesque arch-ceilinged cellar from the 12th Century that’s very well preserved. They have about 100 different Czech microbrews and the range and quality of the 14 we tried was really impressive, with sours, IPAs & DIPAs, Russian imperial stouts, etc. Their owner and staff are knowledgeable, friendly, excellent English speakers, and the bar service is very attentive. There are a small number of Czech tapas available but you wouldn’t consider it a restaurant. But as all those positive reviews on TripAdvisor point out, if you want to "Czech out" the Czech microbrewing scene, this is one great place to do it!