U Pinkasů / Praha

Jungmannovo nám. 15/16 Praha 110 00
+420221111150
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 00:10
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U Pinkasů – Beer. History, beer history!
U Pinkasů – Beer. History, beer history! So, here’s the story: beer has been around for centuries (even the ancient Egyptians brewed it), but until the burghers of the Czech town of Plzeň hired Josef Groll (a Bavarian, but ... continue Prague Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ U Pinkasů
Kelvin Eagleton en
My wife and I went to U Pinkasu on 12 October 2013 with friends. It is a very large restaurant, covering several floors. It is a pleasant restaurant and easy to have good conversation as there isn't loud music. The food was nice although not much vegetarian dishes. Good location and convenient to the subway. The staff are pleasant and helpful. Beer and wine great. We visited this restaurant again on 4 July 2017 with friends. We sat outside and had a great time. Food was good and so was beer. It was very busy and there was a great atmosphere. My wife and I had fried cheese and potato with an extra salad, all of which were very nice and tasty. GooglePlace - July 2017
Danny van Beers en
Affordable prices right in the center. The garden is nice and a bit hidden. Friendly and fast service. GooglePlace - June 2017
Thomas Wehner en
I got lucky and snagged a table with no reservation during dinner hours. Pork knee was very tasty. Beer garden alongside the church has a nice ambience. Service was prompt and cordial. GooglePlace - June 2017
Yizu Lulu Yeh en
Very traditional Czech dishes. Lots of dishes with pork and sausages. Cabbage sides. Not a lot of fresh salad but overall a great experience! Beers served here although I didn't order any. Some vegetarian dishes but the core products are meat. GooglePlace - June 2017
Free Nation en
Delicious food, even more choices when you come after 3pm. Prices are reasonable. Just the service we experienced isn't worth to carry that term. Saved us tip so ;) Downstairs tavern served the world first Pilsner. Worth a visit! GooglePlace - May 2017