Step inside Kure v hodinkach (The Chicken in the Watch) and you'll find yourself in perhaps the ultimate manifestation of modern Prague: very cool and friendly, but a sense of history retained with more than a nod to tradition. The food is hearty fare and mostly of the traditional grill variety, so expect lots of meat, particularly pork, but made with a modern twist. The clincher in our opinion is the fact that you can get no less than six domestic beers on tap: a rarity in this brewery monopolised city.
My wife and I stayed in Prague for five nights in July 2006. Our Hotel had no restaurant service but that was not a problem as we found the Kure V Hodinkach on Seifertova just a couple on hundred yards from our Hotel. We ate there every night and enjoyed good food, good beer and enjoyable house wine, all served by friendly staff. I would recommend it.
reviewed by Colin from United Kingdom on Jul.15.2006
Right about the beers....really good to see (not to mention try) some of the lesser-known tipples. Food good but nothing special...would go back for the beers alone.
reviewed by Kris from United Kingdom on May.16.2006