Just back from a week in Prague. I was staying near Andel and before I went had some suggestions here about places to eat and drink. Mostly they were from Uncle Gus, to whom many many thanks.
I thought I'd let you know how I got on. Mainly we just drank as the friend I was visiting was constrained in what they could eat for health reasons. We enjoyed all the suggestions we made it to, and our thoughts were
Andelsky Pivovar - we sat on the back terrace which was full of groups of Czechs. (It was 30+ degrees in late May.) I really liked the IPA which had a good balance: light summery taste with a bit of a bite. The staff were friendly and they had an English menu.
Beertime - again we sat on the terrace. From the outside the building had a nice stables / mews feel. They had about 12 different beers on and it was easy to order as the menu was chalked on the wall with a number against each. The waitress could understand the number even when she couldn't understand my mangled Czech pronunciation of the names. I had a Permon IPA which had a really full complex flavour. Worth pointing out the artisan beers here are twice as expensive as an average pint elsewhere.
Peron - again a small courtyard at the back. The Unfiltered Radegast was nice and I also had a goulash here which was good.
Koznovla - when I checked this out I realised I'd been here twice last year and liked it. I can see why it's a favourite.
So, many thanks again to Uncle Gus. Somewhere nearby we also enjoyed was the Zlaty Klas - http://zlatyklas.cz. It wasn’t super special but a nice modern basement hospoda done in a modern style. I had pork in a pepper sauce and the beer was Pilsner. Prices were moderate.
That’s it folks!