I came across a row of restaurants with nice outdoor terraces as I was leaving the Castle District. U Cisaru caught my eye as I noticed some very happy people on their terrace drinking a green beer. I became instantly intrigued and wanted to give it a try, plus I was feeling a little hungry from all the touring. I found a seat on U Cisaru’s busy terrace where I tried a taste of the green beer which I found to be light and thirst quenching. I’m a bigger fan of dark beer however, so I ordered a glass of Krusovice which had a nice caramel taste to it. I enjoyed this with my main course which was beef goulash that was nicely presented in an attractive bread bowl. Much to my surprise (as I didn’t know what to expect), the goulash was absolutely delicious; it was pleasantly tasty without being too heavy. The meat was also very tender and the best I had during my travels. I noticed that U Cisaru was a little more expensive than the other restaurants near by, but was so happy that I chose this particular place to try beef goulash for the first time.
As for the service, I had no issues with it, even though the waiters didn’t speak much English. They were friendly, efficient, and succeeded in overcoming a slight language barrier to provide great service.
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