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What to Eat and Drink in Český Krumlov

There are no bad places to eat in Český Krumlov, but some are better than others. A good rule of thumb is to stay away from the tourist restaurants that charge more than 40 crowns for a half-liter of beer.

The following restaurants are a good value (listed alpha):

  • Krčma v Šatlavské. This cosy tavern on the site of the old jailhouse is filled with tourists and locals alike, so try going on off-hours to enjoy the ambience by the fire. Onion soup in a bread bowl followed by some meats grilled on the fire is a good bet. Šatlavská Ulice, around the corner from the town square.
  • Laibon. Český Krumlov’s veggie haven and tea house. Even meat eaters enjoy the healthy departure from fried pork and take a stab at the creatively cooked grains. Parkán Ulice, two blocks from the town square on the right, before you reach the wooden bridge.
  • Maštal. Tucked away next to the Infocentrum on the town square, this establishment serves up quality food, and lots of it. Standard Czech fare, and a good range of salads. If you’re not so hungry, ask for the poloviční porce, or half-portion. Half-portions should be half the price of the normal-sized meal.
  • Na Louži. Unlike many other restaurants in the Czech Republic, service here comes with a smile. Reasonably priced fare piled high with fresh vegetables and potatoes makes even the simplest entrée fit for a king. Kájovska Ulice.
  • Nonna Gina. This place is owned by a Sicilian-Czech couple serves the most authentic Italian dishes in town. Here you’ll find pizzas, salads and gnocchi to nosh, and even homemade tiramisu. Klašterní Ulice, across from the castle gates.
  • U Dvau Maryi. The building is owned by one of the town’s leading experts in historical preservation. Homemade delicacies made from old Czech recipes and offer a good selection of vegetarian offerings. The best deal is their Bohemian Platter with samplings of almost every dish on their menu for either meat eaters or vegetarians. Next to Laibon (listed above).

What to Drink

  • Cikanská Jízba. Cold Pilsner Urquell, hot Gypsy goulash, and great atmosphere made by a mix of travelers and die-hard locals. On the weekends, live Gypsy music swells the space, and bodies melt into the bar. Dlouhá ulice.
  • Dobrá Čajovna. For those who would rather sample a list of more than 200 types of teas from all over the world such as one to “drink with slim concubines.” Latrán ulice, across from the castle gates.
  • Eggenberg Brewery. Locally-brewed Eggenberg beer tastes best here. Try the kvasnice, the yeast beer, if available. Pivovarská Ulice.
  • Horor Bar. Never ending trick-or-treats. Ask the barmaid with the darkened eye sockets for skoumavky for your table: little test-tubes filled with blood-red liquor. Másna ul., one block from the town square, heading towards the wooden bridge.
  • Travellers’ Hostel Bar. Anything goes, and everyone does. Dancing until the cows come home, and even after they’ve been put to pasture. On weekends, local Czech bands strum their stuff. Soukenická ulice.
  • U Baby. A local bar for students, die-hards, and the odd lost traveler. On offer: Gambrinus, Pilser Urquell, impromptu acoustic guitar jams, and hedonistic, roasted pig knuckle gorge-fests. Rooseveltova ulice, next door to Hostel Krumlov House.

Modified: 2007-02-18 13:24:02+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Cesky_Krumlov


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