This is a sleek cellar restaurant that's almost more interesting than the food. Chicken, pork, and beef dishes all go for 130 Kc. Options include beef ... More
This is a sleek cellar restaurant that's almost more interesting than the food. Chicken, pork, and beef dishes all go for 130 Kc. Options include beef burritos, barbeque chicken and beans, and chicken breast with corn. Lower-priced vegetarian choices include vegetarian burritos and filling salads at 90 Kc. A good selection for two is the smoked poultry, ham and cheese cold platter (220 Kc). The mid-sized cocktail list is priced from 60 Kc upwards. When you have finished, pay a visit to the architecture exhibition which is housed in the same building.
Sloppy wait service, dangerously over salted food, absurdly expensive water, terrifyingly efficient clearers - just what you want for that special celebratory meal. We obviously didn't leave a tip and were told to vacate our table before we'd finished our champagne. The bar next door (other side to the chapel) is a much friendlier option
A bottle of the Bavarian Champagne (£7) was only £2 more than a bottle of water (£5)
When I lived in Prague this was one restaurant that we frequented. There are many wonderful dishes to choose from that are affordable on a Czech budget. The atmosphere creates a dining experience that is only heightened by the good service.
Great location near Bethlehem Chapel; food was very tasty (they use fruit in interesting ways in their sauces!). Prices were very reasonable, but most importantly, the ambiance is really cool. Low lighting with "cellar" style rooms -- rounded brick walls. Hip clientele, lots of students. I recommend getting reservations to ensure you get a seat!
in 1995 i ended up in prague and floated around for two months. This restaurant was one of our usual haunts; where you could get a full meal including beers for like 3.50$. I learned to drink pepsi with lemon and no ice but the wait staff really didn't seem to like us very much even when we tipped in over abundance. we weren't rude and it wasn't because we were "ugly americans". the group i ended up with consisted of american, scottish, australian and whoever we met in our travels throughout the day. i liked it here but i could never find it by myself for some reason!
I lived in prague for a year and the service is above and beyond that of most of the city. the ambiance of the place was great and unique and seemed a little of the beaten-track, which was nice. i would go back in a second and have recommended it to many. it can get busy, try to go earlier rather than later.
Having visited Klub Architektu in 2003 we went back again this week. As on our previous visit the food, service and value for money were excellent.
Slightly more expensive than some restaurants in Prague but cheaper than here in the UK. We can recommend the Btelemske Mix - an excellent main course.
We will certainly use the Klub on any future visits to Prague.