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“Pass it up....”

Vladimir's Czechoslovakian Restaurant
Ranked #5 of 10 Restaurants in Inverness
Cuisines: Czech
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 7 October 2013

Although it was kind of friendly which any country establishment should be, the food was blah! and the service and atmosphere the same, got the impression that the owner would perfer to be somewhere else... I hope we were there on a bad day ?

2  Thank gweedore55
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Reviewed 12 September 2013

We stopped at this place on our way back from Point Reyes, because one of us was curious about Czech food. Sadly the quality of the food was very disappointing - it was bland, stingy portioned and for those of us who did know Czech food hardly recognizable as such. Especially the goulash soup, whether Czech or Hungarian of origin, was very bad. On top of this the waitress was bad - she more or less threw the plates on the table. Apparently Vladimir´s lives easily off the stream of tourists visiting Point Reyes, and does not care much about the food or how it is served.

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3  Thank HansCB
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Reviewed 5 September 2013

We decided to stop in during our day trip to Point Reyes National Seashore. If we had it to do over again, we'd have packed a lunch for the park, or just picked up snacks at the market across the street (which is where you have to go to get cash to pay for your meal, since they don't accept credit cards at Vladimir's; this is getting to be an annoying California trend, and in the 21st century just seems willfully obtuse).

Not having Czech food before to compare it to, we ordered a sampler plate, waffle fries, and the schnitzel lunch plate. The description made it sound like more food than it was, and the highlight for the table were the fries. Lunch for four was over $70, which was steep. A couple of beers on tap, but actually not that many, considering the region they hail from. The service was fine but overall not a stellar experience.

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2  Thank tklempan
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Reviewed 28 August 2013

The food is what you'd except from central European food. The bread is excellent, and you get lots of food. The beer and wine selection is good. This place has age on its side, and is quite quaint. As noted by others they do NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS. But they may take checks. The rabbit was quite good, as was the bread pudding for dessert.

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1  Thank light122376
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Reviewed 2 August 2013

Okay Czech food but overpriced and remember they don't take credit cards. That's right. The pilsner on draft is good though.

1  Thank RDSConcord
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