Cesky Krumlov Restaurants

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    Krumlovský mlýn: Lunch in mill

    by stoogy Written Mar 5, 2014

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    View from restaurant terrace

    The restaurant has a terrace overlooking the River Vltava. The pleasure of eating with the sound of water that turns the mill wheel. The food is a mix of local Czech cuisine and international cuisine. The restaurant serves excellent local Czech beer. Service is quite good.

    Favorite Dish: Rosted ham with beans and dumplings

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    Peking: Chinese restaurant in Cesky Krumlov?

    by Penelope4 Written Oct 22, 2011
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    I've noticed many Chinese and Japanese tourists at the time of my visit and I consequently craved for Asian food. Luckily, near my accommodation, I saw Peking restaurant.

    The Peking Restaurant was just at the stairs of Plesivec and just a stone away from the pension where I was staying so I decided to have dinner there one night. I don't know if smoking was allowed inside but it smelled like cigarettes when I went there (was the first customer for the night). The crispy duck was fine and the Czech dark beer was cold so I couldn't really complain.

    The big flat screen kind of entertained me while waiting for my food.

    Favorite Dish: I didn't really check out the menu. I just went for the crispy duck.

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  • Hospoda na louži - tavern, pub: Restaurant Hospoda na louži

    by Kovrchica Written Aug 11, 2011

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    Beer is not my number one drink, it is wine. But you can't go to Czech and not drink beer. I believe we have drink Eggenber beer. I must say, it was very very tasty, and surprisingly reasonable price. It is tap beer.

    You can eat there to. They offer a local Czech cuisine. Very tasty.
    Interior is very small and cosy. I think not more than 30 people can stay at one time. It has a interior specific for pubs.

    Building has been built at 1459 ooohhhh ...

    Favorite Dish: Beer :)

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    laibon: vegetarian

    by doug48 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    liabon

    laibon is cesky krumlov's best vegetarian restaurant. it is located in the center of town near the main sgaure. for meat eaters next door is u dvau maryi restaurant which is also quite good. inexpensive.

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    Cikanska Jizba: A mean gulas!

    by riika Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Cikanska Jizba is a gypsy restaurant that serves a plate full of mouth-watering spicy gulas to perfection! It's a very cozy atmosphere I'm counting down the days until I can eat there again! Of course they have many other czech specialties as well! Don't forget the local Eggenberg beer as well! :) They also have a live gypsy music in the evenings!

    Favorite Dish: The gypsy gulas!

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    Mastal: Mastal - Quality food

    by r13 Written Oct 17, 2008

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    Go trou the gate to the restaurant

    Interiors are somewhat strange. If there are places and weather allows - choose seating outside. Many reservations from 14:00, so it is better to come around noon.

    Cheaper than most tourist places, but food tastes great!

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    Krumlovsky Mlyn Restaurant: Don't Miss Eating by the River!

    by longsanborn Updated Sep 9, 2008

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    roast pork with cabbage & dumpling
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    Krumlov Mill dating from 1546 is one of the largest Renaissance buildings in Cesky Krumlov. Housed in the large hall on the ground floor is an interesting restaurant that can seat around 80 people, and there's more space on the adjacent partially roofed-over terrace right on the bank of the Vltava River above the water channel leading to the mill wheel.

    On the first floor of the mill, you can find a museum of historical motorcycles and a gallery of paintings for sale.

    Favorite Dish: We had Pork with cabbage and Trout with potatoes. For dessert, we had the crepes with whipped cream and jam. The meals were very yummy! Even though the food fare was simple, it was delicious. The Czech beer was specifically very good - especially the original Budweiser and the local Pillsner beer.

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    Laibon: For vegetarians

    by caffelatte Written Jul 9, 2008

    what a relief to find a vegetarian restaurant in cesky krumlov!! they serve mainly mexican and asian vegetarian dishes. The food was tasty, not that authentic though. The setting is good, right next to the vltava and the castle. The prices are reasonable too. I went there everyday.

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    restaurant krcma marketa: medieval atmosphere

    by doug48 Written Jun 22, 2008

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    roasting fire

    this interesting restaurant-tavern is located in the upper castle gardens near the castle theatre. what is unique about this restaurant is that when you order a meat dish they roast it for you on a fire in the center of the restaurant. very good czech food moderately priced. also good czech beer selection. a very unique place to visit in cesky krumlov.

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    Satlava Karcma: Best Restaurant Ever

    by jahty Written Nov 29, 2007

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    This restaurant is a throwback to when food was prepared on a fire. It has a very medieval feel as it is in a cellar, with a big wooden door. There is also medieval armor all around the place. The tables are wooden and fit in with the atmosphere. The service is good, but not great. The food however is fantastic. This place alone is reason enough to make a trip back to Krumlov.

    Favorite Dish: I got the meat sampler both times and it was too good to ever order anything else. Other people in our group got the sausage and the garlic soup, all of which was awesome

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    U Dwau Maryi: Best Czech Food

    by alex0312 Written Nov 25, 2007

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    This restaurant is classic Bohemian style and the ambience is great. We sat overlooking the water and the window was open as we ate, which gave the place a nice authentic feel. The wait staff were dressed in medieval style. The overall feel of the restaurant and the food they offered was medieval and Bohemian in style. This place was amazing: there was a huge selection of food, the staff were great, and the food was beyond words. Did I mention that it was insanely cheap? We paid around $60 for food for four people. This included a very large helping of food.

    Favorite Dish: The best dish were their potatoes dumplings. They were not exactly dumplings, but looked more like bread, only it was made out of potatoes. It was very good!!!! Another thing that was good was the daisy soup, given with an actual daisy. The taste of all of the foods brings you back in time to the medieval times. Being able to sit in a place and eat the types of foods that were eaten hundreds of years ago is really neat.

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    Any popular restaurant: Make reservations if it is mentioned in books

    by sunshine9689 Updated Oct 25, 2007

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    We found ourselves struggling to find a table at any decent restaurant in town. Many were reserved for lunch by tour groups. Dinner time was not easy too.

    So, if you plan on going to popular places that are mentioned in Lonely Planet and other travel resources (for example, Na Louzi and Krcma V Satlavske), call first and reserve the table or you will be roaming the town, wasting your time like we did.

    PHONE #s:
    a) Na Louzi: 380-711-280.
    b) Krcma V Satlavske: 380-713-344.

    If you do not have an access to a phone, then try to beat the crowd by either coming earlier or later than usual times for lunch/dinner.
    12pm - 1.30pm is the worst time to go for lunch.

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    Eggenberg Brewery Restraurant: Hearty Czech Food

    by monkeytrousers Written Jul 18, 2007

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    This restraurant is right next door to the brewery and serves lots of Czech and regional dishes at a fair price but of great quality.

    Favorite Dish: I had the Viennese roast beef with crushed onions and I can honestly say it was the best tasting beef Ive ever tasted.

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    Na Louzi: Humble Cheap Czech Cuisine

    by monkeytrousers Written Jul 18, 2007

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    This small bar/restrauant served lots of interesting traditional Czech dishes all with large portions and at very good prices. The restraunt is very small and cosy with a great ambience.

    Because of its popularity among locals and its size, you may have to wait for a table.

    Favorite Dish: I had the fried cheese - a perfect cheap lunchtime snack or meal.

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    Laibon: Great food, great service, great location

    by PippaFoxen Written Apr 13, 2007

    A rarity anywhere in the Czech Republic, Laibon is an excellent vegetarian restaurant right on the riverside. There are indoor tables, but even there it was fairly cold even in mid-April! Best enjoyed on a summers evening out on the riverside terrace I think. The service was great - really friendly and helpful and the atmosphere was delightful.

    Favorite Dish: I had dahl which was suitably spicy and very tasty. Everything on the menu looked good and the prices are very reasonable - no more than I'd expect to pay in a local Czech bar in Prague.

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