Next to the Republic Square, on a historically important street of New Town — on Hybernská Street, a restaurant of Czech and international cuisine called Hybernia is located. Hybernská Street was first mentioned back in the 13th century as one of the first paved streets in Europe, and later was named, as well as the restaurant, after Ireland with its ancient name — Hybernia.
The building the restaurant is placed at is included in UNESCO World Heritage list, so you have a great opportunity to get in touch with the history of Prague and, at the same time, try fine dishes of Czech cuisine presented in Hybernia menu: Old-Czech roasted pork knee or assorted meat on dark beer. Guests of the city would appreciate the diversity of traditional local dishes in the menu and great value for money.
Come to Hybernia, Pilsner Urquell Art Restaurant, with family and friends and you will be satisfied.
the restaurant Hybernia does not accept reservations on Menute.com. By now :)