Vysoký Dům '99 / Praha

U Lužického semináře Praha 118 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 23:00
# 789 of 1764 Restaurants in Prague
average 430 votes
Tips from the Net @ Vysoký dům '99
Jooseul Stacie Byun en
Omg..It is the worst ever place that I visited in Prague. The hosts are drinking, and all foods are tooooooo salty. The first beer even has some terrible smell and taste. I like to check reviews on Google map, but this was made me disappointed. GooglePlace - September 2017
KiboCro1 en
I cannot believe the good reviews here, really bland food and bad customer service. Food was seriously tasteless, so many better places around. We were there on a quiet night, one of the two couples in the restaurant and every time we called over the waitress's response was "in a minute" and she went back to chatting and laughing with her colleague??? It was rude and wierd to say the least. Better avoid... GooglePlace - September 2017
Tor-Ole Dahlø en
Excellent atmosphere, good food and very friendly staff. Highly recommended! GooglePlace - September 2017
Beth Terhorst en
Ate here with my husband and another couple when we were visiting Prague last week. We stumbled upon it for dinner and saw that it had good reviews, so we decided to give it a try. It was very cute inside, but we got lucky with a table in the courtyard (it was a really nice evening). The menu is in multiple languages, including English. All of our meals were excellent! I highly recommend the "original feast of old Prague" which includes deliciously juicy meat, dumplings, and the best sauerkraut/cabbage that I've ever had! And to make a great meal even better, it's a family joint with the nicest owners/servers!! We gave a generous tip (by European standards) for which they were incredibly greatful - and to express their gratitude, they brought us each a shot of a yummy mint liquor. This was our favorite meal of our entire 10 day trip!!! GooglePlace - August 2017
Kimberly Jones en
THE GOULASH!!! I first stumbled across this place with a friend while we were looking for somewhere to relax and eat some delicious Czech food and I sought this restaurant out when I returned to Prague two months later with my mom. Both times getting the goulash (without bread bowl), , garlic soup, potato pancakes, green beans, and of course... beer. Since eating here I've tried goulash at many different restaurants in the area and this is by far the best. Besides being home made, they have a special ingredient that makes it stand out above the rest. But you'll have to go to find out. The other dishes were all delicious too. And the waitress we had was so accommodating and nice to us. My mom said, "why would we waste our time going anywhere else now?" Love it here! GooglePlace - April 2017