Malostranská Pivnice / Praha

Cihelná 3 Praha 118 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 00:00
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 01:00
# 143 of 1764 Restaurants in Prague
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3.5
Tips from the Net @ Malostranská Pivnice
balaam dorian en
Terrible food, tasted like cardboard, decent service but a ridiculous amount of add ons. The prices are much too high (5€ for 25cl of water being the cheapest option of getting water). The atmosphere was dull and way too hot. The best thing there was the music which was just a Spotify playlist. Atrocious food, bad atmosphere and small quantities. Together they make this our worst experience in Prague. I do not recommend. GooglePlace - January 2018
Morgane Macé en
Too expensive, the food is not good, they charge you 30 just for the seat and they are not friendly. RUN AWAY ! GooglePlace - January 2018
Luca Bertoni en
We asked for a hot chocolate and received a glass of milk with nesquick. It was way overpriced and not tasty at all. Right after we finished they immediately asked if we wanted more, not even 2 minutes to finish the conversation. They eventually asked for a tip, not included in the price (4 euros each). Not given. Absolutely not recommended, and beware of the pretzels on the tables, there is no price tag on them but you will have to pay. GooglePlace - January 2018
Scott Cunningham en
Had such a horrible time here. They snuck roughly 15-20% extra of our bill on as mandatory add-ons (for bread, condiments, pretzels etc that we never asked for). The food was also dreadful - it came out very quickly, far too quickly to be prepared fresh. The chicken was stringy, cold in the middle and burnt on the outside and the vegetables were horrible quality frozen fare. To top it off, it was very expensive for the city and the service was dreadful - the waiter demanded a tip (in cash). I declined. Avoid this place, it is a 100% tourist trap and cash grab. Disgusting place. This place should be reported. GooglePlace - November 2017
Alyssa Becker en
We arrived in Prague late the night before, and ate out at the nearest place to the hotel (Italian), so our first real experience at a Czech restaurant was here - during our stroll through the city. We were there in March, so there wasn't any big crowds or anything. Sat outside, where things were clean. Service was reasonable. My husband loved his beer and goulash. My "fried bread" was nothing like i expected. It was basically stale bread, soaked in oil and then toasted - I could barely eat it. This could just be my fault for choosing something that I didn't quite understand - hard to say. My soup was excellent though - and just what I needed on a cold day. Overall I have no real complaints, but I wouldn't go out of my way to return either. It was fine for what we needed. GooglePlace - August 2017