Restaurant Café Svatého Václava / Praha

Václavské nám. 821/39 Praha 110 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 09:00 - 00:00

Stylová restaurace Restaurant - Café Svatého Václava se nachází v centru města Prahy na Václavském náměstí. Dobově zařízená restaurace nabízí 200 míst uvnitř a 80 míst na venkovní zahrádce. Prostor je klimatizován a současně rozdělen na kuřáckou a nekuřáckou sekci. Tradiční českou kuchyni vaříme podle originálních staročeských receptur z nejkvalitnějších surovin. I v nabídce nápojů máme to nejlepší z Čech, čepujeme Plzeňský Prazdroj a rozléváme kvalitní moravská vína z vinných sklepů Lechovice. Od pondělí do čtvrtka si můžete přijít poslechnout vynikající jazzovou kapelu No problem. Zdarma připojení WiFi pro naše hosty je samozřejmostí.

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Stephen Millar en
Very much a tourist trap. Expensive food and extremely bad quality. Would not go back or recommend GooglePlace - January 2018
Josh P en
Dont believe the good reviews, these are from weekend tourists who dont know better and dont care to walk longer than 100 meters from their hotel. Its enough to walk another 100 meters away from the Vencelslav square to find better, friendlier restaurants, and more value for your money. The food is low class and the service is rude, they are after your money only. Also owned partially by the criminal Czech lobbyist Ivo Rittig. Avoid like the plague! GooglePlace - January 2018
Kanika Kamal en
The food is quite over priced for what was served. The "devil's chicken" and fish ordered was barely warm. Though the fish was nicely prepared. For a change the wait staff was polite. GooglePlace - January 2018
Jenna Allen en
Service was great. Also had live music. I had the chicken soup and that was delicious. My mom had the potato pasta and that was amazing. My dad had a beef dish and that was just alright. GooglePlace - August 2017
Ryan Luzum en
Where to start...We should have known it was going to be bad when the greeter was dressed as a medieval knight. At that point we still had the chance to run but opted for the nice atmosphere with outdoor seating. The feta salad was good, the goulash soup was decent but under seasoned. My girlfriend enjoyed the bread once she got the butter, but this seemed less exciting in retrospect when we received the bill which included a butter charge X2. The sausages with sauerkraut were okay but then again Farmer John brand which I make for breakfast taste about the same for one quarter the cost. My beef rib was tender although very fatty but was accompanied by what appeared to be baby food potatoes with spinach. Picture included below. Yikes. All this excitement was topped off with a fire show where the girl lost the fire stick and burned an unsuspecting patron a few tables over from that I think about it, I'm sure our experience was better than that poor lady's who now has a half burned white coat. All in all, the food was overpriced for authentic Czech cuisine. If you're looking for something good to eat, walk about a block over and eat at Bredovsky Dvur. It's authentic, delicious, reasonably priced and lacks the fire hazard. Cheers. GooglePlace - July 2017