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The interior is amazing. One feels it an extension to the cultural tour of Kutna hora. The staff are nice. The food is delicious, we had a tasty warm soup. Prices are reasonable. The courtyard is an added value... We would go again if we...More
The restaurant took its name from Mikulas Dacicky (1555-1626), a city's important citizen at that time. In the 16th century his family founded guess what?! ... a brewery, of course! and created the beer with the same name. The current restaurant is newer, it's only...More
A very nice restaurant and brewery close to St. Barbara cathedral with a nice garden seating with big trees. The owners were very hospitable and the traditional Czech food was really enjoyable. The homemade ice tea is one of the best I have ever had....More
We waited 40min for food. Had to ask the staff what's going on after we noticed that people who came after us where long eating. We were told that it will take another 15min. Only after we asked they admitted the waitress forgot to pass...More
I was amazed. As a true fan of an oldschool restaurant and cafes which tell a story about its history, I absolutely enjoyed having lunch in Dacicky. Both and food and ambience got me and if somehow life gets me back to Kutna Hora I...More
One of the locals recommended this place to us and we enjoyed our stay very much! All people in our group praised the food they ordered, it was delicious and the portions were large. Nice staff,cosy place, definitely worth a visit.
We went here as part of a day trip. The food and service was excellent. I ya free fiery goulash with bread dumplings and it was delicious. My wife had the spinach pancakes which she liked. Our party was about 20 and I didn’t hear...More
I took a day trip to Kutna Hora from Prague and walked the 40 minutes from the Sedlec Ossuary.
This is a nice traditional style restaurant close to St Barbara’s Cathedral and I sat by the cosy fireplace. Staff were friendly and efficient.
We ordered the Svickova (because we wanted to try something typical Czech) and it was an excellent choice: the meat was really tender, the sauce aromatic with a sweet touch and the dumplings very fluffy. I can absolutely recommend this restaurant with it's nice staff...More