Try traditional Czech dishes like svichkova (pickled beef in sour cream gravy) and koprova (boiled beef in dill gravy) at this pleasant, surprisingly light (compared to the food) restaurant. Other house specialties include wiener schnitzel, roasted duck and smoked sausage, all served with dumplings or potatoes, sauerkraut or sweet and sour cabbage and mixed vegetables. The standout entree is fruit dumplings (strawberry or peach) served with cinnamon, sugar and butter sauce. Apple strudel is a must try.
Separate from the dining room is the lodge-like bar, or "tap room," first built in the 14th Century. Several Czech beers are on tap, including Pilsner Urquell, Radegast and Staropramen. A full menu is available for bar revelers.