Korbel restaurant on Komunardů Street today is well known in Holešovice District of Prague 7, despite it was opened just in 2010 at the former place of the first coffee house in the district.
In the interior of the restaurant, trendy but reminding of a typical Austro-Hungarian one, one can have a fine dinner and order traditional dishes of local cuisine. There one will find roasted pork knee with mustard, horseradish and sourcrout, and beef goulash with different kinds of dumplings, and other popular Czech classic dishes. If you prefer international cuisine, there is a great variety of items to choose from as well.
In the drink menu you will find draught beer, Pilsner Urquell, Velkopopovický Kozel and non-alcoholic Birell, as well as wines by Moravian winemakers.
the restaurant Korbel does not accept reservations on Menute.com. By now :)