Reviews on European food in Mlada Boleslav, Bohemia, Czech Republic including MG Restaurant, Jihoceska Hostenice, Cafe Restaurant Vaclav, Zlata Kovadlina, Restaurant Potrefena husa Mlada Boleslav, Graal ve Skale, Salanda, Cafe Burget, Nejen Kafe, U-Turn Pub
Things to do in Mlada Boleslav
Stylish pub with special genius loci. They have good beer, many types of rums and alcohol rarities. ItÂ´s the only club/bar in the city where you can find alternative music events. Live concerts (punkrock, rockÂ´nÂ´roll, reggae), dance parties (techno, house, drum and bass). If you are hungry, taste their burger or during the summer fabulous fishes which are prepared on grill on the terrace of the pub. Lovely place to be!!!
4 based on 18 reviews
We went there for brunch and the food was AMAZING! The service was really bad, they forgot half of our order and if I didnât ask like 3 more times for them to get us the food we ordered, we wouldnât get it. Overall I would go there again since I love this place because of the coffee and the amazing food, but Iâm hoping theyâll replace their service.
4 based on 26 reviews
Tuto rodinnou kavarnu jsme otevreli v kvetnu 2010. Nabizime zde italskou kavu Vergnano 1882, caje domaci zakusky, rozmanite napoje a jidla na maly hlad. Nekolikrat do roka poradame koncert ci prednasku. Cela kavarna krome terasy je nekuracka. This family
Great place for non-smokers, very cosy atmosphere. Wide selection of cofee, tea, homemade lemonades, coctails etc. Friendly staff, close to the Old Town square. The only issue is parking - the cafe is situated in a pedestrian precinct, so you have park your car at a nearby square.
4 based on 28 reviews
Good dinner, Typical czech foods...friendly service, good toilets, however payment by card not always as option...
4 based on 47 reviews
Beautiful restaurant inside the rock with live music, a fish lake. You can catch the fish and the kitchen will for you, prepare the fish according to Czech recipes. Super atmosphere, nice service, good food and drink. Who wants to experience something unusual, then must be going into the rock.
4 based on 94 reviews
Modern newly refurbished restaurant environment Potrefena husa Mlada Boleslav offers trendy Czech gastronomy supported freshness of raw materials from local farms.On tap beers offer a wide range of portfolios including Belgian brewery Staropramen specials
I ate two times here, the first was traditional Czech cuisine and the second a burger. Both were awesome. It may feel a little bit pricey but it's well worth it.
4 based on 67 reviews
The food was ok. Prices are very decent. Staff is welcoming and kind. I had some of the Czech traditionals and was surprised in a good way as this was my first Czech restaurant experience. The beef soup was maybe a bit watery but it's hard to say when you don't have so much references.
4 based on 64 reviews
Visited in February 2018. After the visiting the museum we checked this restaurant and had typical czech cuisine dishes. Nice atmosphere of the restaurant, nice meals (nicely served), prices just little bit higher but acceptable. I can recommend this restaurant as a good place to eat.
4 based on 52 reviews
Nice restaurant in "old style" furniture directly by the MB castle with own small parking (ca 8-10 places). The waiters are helpfull and quite fast.Portions of meal are big enough and the taste is good. No artificial tastes.Choice of food is more than enough.Mainly meet or fisch.Only pancakes were not fresh but taken out of the freezer.Nice for family dinner. During lunch time was quite full from companies around and Cesana staff.
5 based on 71 reviews
We stopped by for a lunch from the home from a trip and i got to say it was a great idea. Its about 30minutes drive from Prague and its really worth to take a trip. The restaurant itself looks nice, with a few tables outside with a view on the fields and a small airport. We opted for 3 startes to share between two and two mains, the food was simply presented, easy, not too many ingredients, but all of a great quality and very well made, just as the Italian dishes are supposed to be. I really did enjoy it. I remember the Chef Mr. Grusz from Aromi, and i always thought those were the best days of Aromi. Glad we stopped by. By the way, the restaurant has its own helipad, so you don't have to worry about the traffic on a highway, if you have a helicopter :)Good afternoon, Mr Marek D.,thank you for your visit and your words about our team work!Looking forward to welcomming you again! Kind regardsMiroslav Grusz and MG team
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