Looking for some classic Czech food in the area close to the Jewish quarter and selected this restaurant for the choice on its menu.
Overall we were not disappointed .. the starters of pickled cheese and herring were both tasty, the ribs were excellent and copious .. the schnitzel was a bit on the greasy side and their deep-fat fryer was probably overdue an oil change but we still ate it all!!
The décor is a bit overdone with random wooden farm implements and bric-a-brack hanging from the walls and ceilings in the restaurant with fake-aged painted walls leant the place a bit of a cartoon-ish feel .. but we cannot argue with the food which was good.
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