- This establishment has slipped into a special category that is rare amongst Prague's pubs in this time of increased tourism and commercialism. It attracts a large number of foreign visitors but at the same time has retained its regular draw amongst locals. This means that the pub is lively all year round, everyday of the week. The interior is standard Czech pub fare - white walls, pine tables and benches and white table-cloths. The tasty, no-frills menu mainly features traditional Czech dishes of goulash, fried cheese and pork. The prices are about mid-range and the portions are large. Most importantly the waiters ensure that the beer never stops flowing.
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