Are you in Prague 4 and Prague 5 and would appreciate a piece of advice on where to go for a good pint of beer and something tasty to eat? Please read carefully as we have prepared a few tips below.
No need to travel far for Pilsner beer from the tank
The popularity of beer tapped from stainless steel tanks is on the increase. Its main benefit is the fact that it does not go stale at all in the tanks, which keeps it nice and fresh. You can ask for a beer from the tank at the Zubajda restaurant, situated in the Smíchov district. With that, they will grill for you a piece of meat of your choice. In Nusle, you can find beer tanks for instance at Kandelábr, while in Modřany, you can get a “Pilsner” from the tank only at the Restaurace u Vltavy restaurant. If you want to try tank beer in another pub nearby, you can try to search for one in the special Pilsner Urquell navigator at www.pilsner-urquell.cz.
Where meals are prepaped before the guests’ own eyes
Those who want to know exactly what is coming on the plate or those who just want to pick some cooking moves are invited to visit the Na Pláni restaurant. The chef prepares dishes in the open kitchen right in front of the guests. This is also true for the U Bansethů restaurant, where you just can’t order anything else but roast duck with potato griddlecakes with your Pilsner beer. The cook will carve it up and roast it in an old tiled stove before your v own eyes. Another restaurant with an open kitchen and a strategic position just a short way from the Stodůlky metro station is PUOR Bekovka, where they serve wonderful Pilsner beer.
Crème beer pouring style
A beer poured in one go is considered to be one of the most careful pouring styles, as it preserves its unique crisp and fresh taste. That’s why it is one of the most frequently used beer pouring styles in Czech pubs and restaurants. You can get the so-called Crème for example at the Antal in Krč or at Lokál u Zavadilů, where the bartenders treat the beer with real tenderness.
Away from the city bustle
Heavenly peace, which we all need from time to time, plus excellent Pilsner beer – that’s what the U krále Václava restaurant can offer you in addition to its pleasantly secluded location in the Kunratický forest. A quiet atmosphere and a cosy beer garden with Pilsner beer on tap is what you can get at U tří Bernardýnů. If the countryside is too far for you, you can hide from the city bustle at the Hlubina restaurant. Inconspicuous as it is from the outside, it conceals a very interesting interior as it is situated in a cellar deep underground.
Beer with famous film stars
What would it be like to enjoy a good beer in the company of once-famous Czech actors such as Adina Mandlova, Vlasta Burian or Jan Werich? You can try for yourself at the Kamera Pilsner Restaurant. Kamera can take you on a virtual trip back to the golden era of Czech film as there are portraits of famous actors and actresses all over the walls. One of the reasons may be the fact that this pub is situated near film and TV studios.