The restaurant is in renovated cellars of the former Minorite monastery, in the centre of the town, at Orlí 17, with entrance across from excellent HUDY sport equipment store (my Aussie hubby has been very impressed with what all they stock). I've been several times with my daughter, who works nearby, for lunch. One can choose from 5 different lunch menus which are very tasty and affordable, around 100,-CZK including soup and main dish of fair proportions, or from the usual choice on the full menu. Service was always very quick, friendly and efficient. I cannot judge what it is like during dinner time. The only hitch for me, with my poor knees, is a long staircase down and after, naturally, up to get to the street again.
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