Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic. The charms of the Czech Republic's second-largest city may not be immediate, but spend a few days in this Moravian town and Brno's vibrant, authentic Czech ambiance will win you over. It's a fine way to experience Czech life without the teeming herds of tourists that visit Prague. Art Nouveau, Empire and Neoclassical buildings stand in the bar- and restaurant-packed old city center. Leafy parks abound. Be sure to get a photo with a local landmark, the suspiciously crocodilian Brno Dragon statue.
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4 based on 459 reviews
It is nice place to sit down - inside/outside -, drink good craft beer and eat some local dishes. The only "but" is that the waiters could smile sometimes, and the waitresses wear more proper clothes ( very short pants fit more on the beach )
4 based on 120 reviews
I visited this restaurant just because I was curious about it. I had fried chicken livers unusually prepared - they were crunchy covered in chips served with home made mayo. Really food idea! Waitress was very nice and helped me with putting away my coat. Interior of this place is really classy and you find tables for bigger groups as tables for only 2 people. I especially liked covered terrace where it was warm and I had nice view on the yard (mostly with parking cars, but still nice with some threes).
4 based on 104 reviews
This must be know as a really good place for beer, as it was completely full on Sunday evening. It's clearly a beer place and the beer landed in form of me without ordering it 2 minutes after I found a place to sit. I heard that they have good meals that you can have with your beer, but I haven't try anything to eat, so maybe next time.
4 based on 1020 reviews
We were told this was a really good place to have dinner so we went twice. Twice because the first time we didn't manage.... and this is the reason why it loses one star. The first time it was packed. We enter, we understand it's going to be difficult but we have a look around anyway, just in case a table is close to leave soon. We are totally ignored by all the waiters for a good 10 minutes, while we were trying to just asked if it was possible to wait to be seated or we had to come back.The best answers we got to our "excuses me..." it's been "NO". So yeah, we leave.We come back after a couple of days and it's way betters. We seat where we want, because we keep on being ignored by the waiters. But we also have good food, typical Czech.We pay with by card and our waiter points out that the tip can be put on the card. Sorry man, you were not too bad but your "NO" colleague just went too far to leave any tip at all in this place.It's a bit pricy (the most expensive dinner in 5 days) but fairly worthy.
4 based on 178 reviews
The Bistro is nice and relaxed. We had a Ceasar Salad & the Udon noodles both were fresh & tasty. With that we had 2 fresh made lemonades which were tasty as well.The Fans make it cool on a hot day. Prices are moderate. We payed around 20â¬ for 2 Persons which is in my opinion a great deal We will come back
4 based on 119 reviews
Simple plain interior but offers an interesting menu and the food was quite good at a fair price. Near the city center so an easy walk.
4 based on 203 reviews
I have to say that there is possible to find good lagers and the service is very fast - but you have to stand (which gives the name to the pub, of course) for prices which are a bit high compared to more comfortable restaurants nearby.
4 based on 317 reviews
Excellent service, very friendly staff. We had the tasting menu with wine pairing. The price was very fair. The restaurant ist situated in a rebuildt historical building from the Bauhaus aera. Reservation was not necessary.
4 based on 801 reviews
We visited this restaurant after re-design and its really great experience again,perfect food/meals and absolutelly helpfull/professional staffVery nice outside seating.
3 based on 58 reviews
I wanted to try this cafÃ© as I walk by almost every day, but I have never actually been there. I paid 170 crowns for one lemonade and one cake. Lemonade was made out of sparkling water without any syrup and with raspberries only and it was delicious. The cake was big, but too expensive (89 crowns for piece) and not good at all.
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