U Kroka


Czech Republic
50° 3' 59.976" N, 14° 25' 4.5984" E
General info: 

To feel the true spirit of the Czech capital, you’ll need to taste the proper food. The family restaurant, U Kroka, offers to you specialties from the Czech national cuisine. The atmosphere in the restaurant is outstanding – pleasant and cheerful staff and wonderful interior. Not to mention the area of the city, in which U Kroka is. Located between the river and the historic fort Vyšehrad, this restaurant is a great place to relax and enjoy your Prague moments.

Getting there: 

The address of the restaurant is Vratislavova 28/12, which is just few blocks away from the tram station Výtoň, which connects the Vyšehrad quarter with the rest of the city.


Regular restaurant prices. The official website of the restaurant contains the detailed menu with prices.

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