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It is the low building in the centre of the opening pic. We came long after the typical Czech lunchtime therefore only few guests were in the restaurant. The interior tries a bit to imitate an English pub. The menue (in Czech, German and English) offers traditional Czech cuisine with an emphasis on local fish.
There is a small 3* hotel in the house as well, see the website.
Favorite Dish: Anjutka had a carp dish and I had a pike. It was really tasty. Since a good friend of mine had recommended the local Trebon beer "Regent" we ordered it to the fish (normally we both prefer white wines to the fish but the beer is really great, even better than the dominating world famous Plzen and Budvar beers).
As you can see from the pic the servings were really huge but nevertheless it was tempting to terminate the meal with a good Czech dessert. So we have chosen a palacinka with svestkova povidla (povidla is a very special type of jam made of prunes or in rare cases apricots and when it is cooked no or very little sugar is added, in ancient times it was cooked in big kettles on open fire during the harvest on the fields right between the fruittrees) and whipped cream and a medovnik (honey cake), a very tasty thing, too, but it seems to be industrially made because it looks and tastes everywhere exactly the same.
Updated Jul 3, 2008
Around Třeboň are innumerable lakes and puddles. They are artifical made in the 16th and 17th century in order to the counts of Rozenberg, especially for the cultivation of carps.
This area of scenic beauty is ideal for cycling and walking.
Written Jun 26, 2007
Favorite thing: Every southern Czech town had a beautiful square and a plague column. But only in Telc and in Trebon were the two married in an exquisite setting. For this photo, it didn't hurt that the storm clouds were advancing on the town in an ominous manner.
Trebon is typical of the charming towns of southern Bohemia and southern Moravia. The important buildings have been lovingly restored. There is always a castle or chateau to explore. And of course, when your feet are too weary to move another meter--there are plenty of cafes and pubs serving that good strong Czech beer.
Written Jul 29, 2004