Service was very attentive, and the food very tasty, with large portions, and a good beer selection. The Austrian-style pancakes with berries made a great dessert.
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We reserved a table fro 12 people, and everything went perfect. We celebrated not just a birthday, but even a couple of us had engagement, so We had a few requests, and the stuff were just kind and very helpful! Thank You! The beer was...More
This restaurant does not really have a store front. It is on the first floor above a Crêperie. The entrance is on the side. It was recommended to us by our tour guide as a place serving authentic Czech food. It is an unassuming place...More
They have daily specials which are amazing. I came in around 230 and only one was left (homemade chicken with mashed potatoes) and it was excellent. Definitely recommend this to all people in the area! They also have the local brewery's beer available.
This restaurant was suggested to us by our tour guide. So we decided to try it. The restaurant was really busy because of the tour groups in town and the wait staff was a bit stressed, but they got over it. We had 8 people...More
The only restaurant we've been to that we found the waiter on duty, the most professional of all of them. Speaks very good English. Knows how to sell his menu. Well done!
We checked out a few other restaurants near by but they were full of patrons. "Fat Boys" was empty....that should have been a clue for us. Good variety of foods but nothing special. Served our purpose that day.
My husband and I arrived at this restaurant in search of a warm, hearty Czech meal. We were disappointed to find that most all of the specials were out of stock, save for the Ox tongue which we didn't fancy. We opted for pickled sausages...More