U Fleků / Praha

Křemencova 11 Praha 110 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 23:00

U Fleků is a pub and microbrewery in Prague, Czech Republic. It occupies buildings around a central courtyard at Křemencova 11 in New Town, (Praha 1), not far from the National Theatre. The front facade of the building has an old, highly decorated clock above its door.HistoryOriginally a family business, the pub was founded in 1499, and therefore celebrated its fifth centenary in 1999. It has been referred to as the oldest brewery in Prague. In 1762 the brewery was bought by Jakub Flekovský, which gave its current name: U Fleků means in Czech "At the Fleks'". After World War II the company was nationalized, and control was transferred to a board of management appointed by the state. Following the Velvet Revolution, the company was privatized.The pub todayCustomers can sit in the open air "beer garden" or inside in the pub. There are eight halls to choose from, with the most famous one, with its original designs, called “Akademie” . Most of the halls are open for large groups only . Customers sit at, and often share, long wooden tables and benches. Often strolling accordion and/or tuba players provide entertainment, and some customers like to sing along. On some nights, there is also a live cabaret show . It features international dance routines and comedy.

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Hunter Higgison en
They seem to be going for the "Czech pub experience", definitely aimed at tourists but not in a tacky way. You pay a premium for that but not much. Food is good, their beer is excellent. Don't go expecting to have anything like good service, and you'll enjoy it. If you are looking for polite and attentive though, skip it. And why are you in Czechia? GooglePlace - January 2018
Silvia Díaz en
Big portions but quality could be better. You'll share a table with other costumers. Waiters offering beer and shots constantly. Prices seemed ok on the menu but the bill adds up and you end up paying around 1500 for two people eating mostly fried bread and some sauce. The place is crowded with noisy tourists and there are musicians playing the accordion around the tables. If you lower your expectations you'll have a nice time GooglePlace - January 2018
Annabel Bradford en
A unique experience due to their service - they bring around the drinks (local shots & dark beer) and offer them to you. There aren't any alternatives. The honey shot is nice, very sweet. The other shot is disguising. We didn't eat here. Go if you're passing GooglePlace - January 2018
Anand Chandra en
Decent place and loads of space for folks to sit. Traditional Czech food and traditional setup. Extremely popular home brewed beer (didn't taste but couldn't find a single table that didn't had that mug). Food was simple and delicious. Very accessible place and close to train station. Kids loved the pancake with fruits which was under the dessert. House wine was good but beer should be the choice. Portions are alright, should suffice one. The waiters were good and friendly. Place is on expensive side and since tourist influx is high, I guess the price is justified. Overall a great place if you want to taste Czech local cuisine. Very popular place and highly recommended. GooglePlace - December 2017
Anghelina Alexandru en
Interesting location and full of history, however... Food came out to quickly but how others said due to full house I think they just cook all the time and waiters grab whatever you ordered. Food seemed fresh but nothing special. Beer was OK, a bit confused as I was asked if wanted beer and ended up with dark beer only after I found out that this is the only beer (house made). Then there were the shots which were decent but MORE EXPENSIVE AS BEER. 750 CZK for two meals, two shots, one beer, one tee. I would say it's quite expensive and doesn't worth going there. GooglePlace - December 2017