Must agree with the previous reviewers' posts.
Our by-chance encounter with this strange place (living room feeling with loud Russian TV in background) did not leave a particularly good impression. The landlady / waitress spoke 'little English', and the menu was available in Russian, Czech and German (but not English).
'Old menu, new price' turned out to mean that the prices had been increased by around 50Kc per dish (the 'new' Russian menu gives you the real prices), and a hidden 10% service charge is already in the bill (which is probably a con - beware!). The food was bland and the wine poor and expensive (190 Kc per glass!).
The waitress may have meant well, but hanging around our table commenting on the fact that we had not finished our meal put us off further. In the end, we haggled the price down by a few hundred Kc, but still far beyond any price we had paid so far in the city center.
Strange place, expensive and bland - all in all a disappointment.
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