Restaurace Hybernia / Praha

Hybernská 7/1033 Praha 110 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:30 - 23:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 08:00 - 23:30
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Anastasia Kartasheva en
The food is far from being the best in the city, however, it's not the cheapest, so the ratio price/quality is to be re-considered. The worst part of the experience, however, was the staff that are really unfriendly and far from being welcoming. When we arrived at the place, there was no one to guide us to our table, and it took some time before someone brought the menus to us. When we wanted to pay, we informed one of the waiters that we'd be paying by credit card. When the second waiter approached us, however, he was trying to get the payment in cash and claimed that was the way we'd said we'd pay, which was a blatant lie, of course. It then took him another 5 mins or so to bring the terminal. The whole thing, of course, was done with an obvious feeling of annoyance on his part. All in all, this experience was pretty unpleasant. Having wanted to get regular dinner, we ended up leaving the place in a bad mood after an argument with the waiter. GooglePlace - June 2017
Brigette Delacroix en
It has been a nice place some time ago. Unfortunately it's not that good anymore. Steaks are rubbery dry, špíz is not the same as before, grilled vegetables now consist of only the potato and the eggplant, waiting time may reach 2 hours (yes, since 18:30 until 20:30) and as well there is some cigarette smoke coming straight from the smoking terrace. The place is a non smoking one, but the area is full of smoke. I would not recommend that place to anyone. GooglePlace - June 2017
Vlastimil Kučera en
generally speaking, they serve great food. Though its a bit fatty. Service is the only minus here. GooglePlace - June 2017
Elias M. en
Good food for good prices. Beer was really good. GooglePlace - June 2017
Daniel Brvnišťan en
The waiter downstairs was really weird. They didn't have most things on the menu. When I ordered sausages which were meant to be two different kinds he brought all of them of just one kind (the cheaper one) without saying anything. When I asked, he blamed it on colleague. But it was good, even if quite pricey; Pilsner beer for 48, sausages for 215. GooglePlace - May 2017