Walking around old town, every corner has a restaurant offering menues in a plethora of languages, claiming to have "traditional czeck cuisine",most of these should be avoided, but once eliminated, you wonder where you're sure to get a good meal. Of course, you can't leave Prague without having eaten goulash or roast pork with the local dumplings, but be sure to ask locals for tips on where to go.
This restaurant however, offers a reasonable selection of pub dishes with tasty drinks to accompany them. We ordered burger and lamb shank, the latter with a side order of green beans. The burger was tasty, but the bacon was slightly undercooked to my husbands taste. When he removed it, the cheese also followed, as this was placed atop the bacon. That being said, this was just a matter of taste and everything else was scrumptious, especially the curly fries. The lamb shank was tender and beautifully seasoned, the mashed potatoes and rosemary gravy complimented the meat well, as did the side order of green beans served with garlic and bacon.
We only visited the sheltered outside seating area, and never went inside, although being cold in march, we managed to stay warm with their blankets and heaters.
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