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Very good experience food and service wise.
Authentic menu, many new tastes. Their Marlenka was a bit too day for my taste but vanilla ice creme took care of it.
Also a great location next to the main railwaystation and in the middle of the...city, short distances to museums, shop and bars.More
We have eaten blinis here many times. They have been good and tasty. Well not this year. We have no idea what the dry, obviously pre-fried, hard pieces of dough were, but they sure were not blinis. None of the buttery lace crusted goodness that...they are supposed to have. They were brought out in the traditional cast-iron skillets but they were clearly just warmed up (microwave?)and placed in the pan. They were barely warm.
Vltava has clearly lost their recipe as well as their good cooks. Pity, as we have enjoyed eating there before.
Serving staff was very nice and apologetic.More
If you know how the actual Czech food should taste like, you will be disappointed. The food we were served in Vltava Restaurant was really bad. The knödels, as well as vegan sausages, were obviously deep-frozen and simply cooked fast. The beef had so many...bad fat pieces, that I started to wonder if I have ordered beef or a fat alone.
Besides, even despite the awful quality, portions do not worth their money. One has to order food from the bar (no waiters) and the plates are really small, not a Czech style at all whatsoever.
To conclude: don’t waste your time, money and good mood.More
I stopped this restaurant to spend a couple of hours on my wqy to a meeting...
I was not in hunger but wanted to have something salty so I decided to order something from the bar menu downstairs; Vltava platter: 1,5 sausagers, some fries, piece...of chicken , a couple of thin slices of immersed malted bread and mustard and mayonnaise, price over 20 € !!!
bread was stone hard and sausages small. I think it was worth of 10 €....
Service was very good. Waitress said that some people had called this an excellent dish 😂
Last time I will order this. Place itself is a nice and growded after working hours...More
Found this busy place by accident.
Check out at the bar first if there are any places on the restaurant floor above available,
There are several floors with various themes in the same building by the wonderful Art Deco railway station.
Some bars and this...great little restaurant.
Staff were extremely helpful,
The restaurant is charming, atmospheric and has a relaxed feel.
Food was excellent. Salmon beautifully cooked and best 'fish and chips' ( didn't do it justice) ever. All freshly cooked. Great dessert selection too.
Nice wine recommendations with each course.
Reasonable prices for good quality food.
Thoroughly recommend it.,More