Prague's Medieval Tavern

This is another restaurant in Prague. There were just a few nice places that deserve their own entry :)

This Medieval Tavern ("U krále Brabantského") is an experience in itself. It shall be one of the oldest Pubs in Prague. My friend's girlfriend found this place on Tripadvisor. The pictures of a skull ceiling were so inspiring, that we had to try it out. It is nestled in a side street, up the hill, right below the Castle District in Lesser Town. It's easy to miss if you don't know where to look for. They also offer evening dinner shows with belly dancers, music, swordsman, a fire show, but with the little girl in our company that was not possible. However, we did have a nice lunch there after exploring the Letná Park with the Metronom and a gorgious view over Prague and walking over to Lesser Town to explore the Wallstein Gardens with the free roaming peacocks. We checked out the rooms and the downstairs area where the skull ceiling is. Be carefull, there is barely light, just a few candles!

The food was also good, but the best was really the unique environment. Everything. The rooms decoration, the staff in their costumes and the way you receive the check - they jam a knife with the check in the table right in front of you... Nothing for easily scared people.

I ate the soup of the day, a Potato Soup in a Bread Bowl, my friends ate Honey Glazed Rips and a Duck Leg Confit. As mentioned, really decent good food :)

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