Those are the worst rated restaurants in Prague according to TripAdvisor users. We went into the restaurants to read the reviews.. And yeah, it's mean.
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Two years later and I still can't believe that U Vejvodů didn't get into this list. They got fined a huge amount for ripping off tourists back then, and last time I looked in (I've learned not to give them any more of my money! - back in March) they still seem to be up to up to their old tricks. And whatever you do, don't eat their precious pretzels!!
We were scammed in the last restaurant shown 2 years ago , it is about half way along the tourist drag from the castle / st Vitus cathedral to the loreta . Charged 35 .euro for an Irish coffee and a hot chocolate , there are crisps in pots ( potato chips ) on the tables which we thought were complimentary but you get charged 8 Euro for them. When we queried, 3 menacing hoodlams from the back came and stood over us, blocking the exit. Never order anything without seeing a menu, seems obvious but its easy to be taken in when the place looked so nice.
yes it is! we passed by it and the owner just nonchalantly parked her shiny new mercedes over half the street which caught my attention. and now i stumbled upon this video that confirmed my prejudice :'D
Hey, guys! I like your videos but this one was kinn of... lazy? Maybe you should change the format of these to covering one specific area/tourist spot and go trough the good stuff and the bad stuff. There was no real value showing three random restarants in this video.
hi Janek, are you going to do episode on best traditional Chech restaurants in Prague? I've seen your episode on your favourite international restaurants but when i'm in Prague i want to eat Chech food, when i'm in Spain i eat Spanish food etc. I've also seen your other episodes Eat like a local and Budget eating. I like your channel. Keep up with good work.
Great videos, I'll be sure to warn my family and friends, including my Airbnb guests about these restaurants and all the others owned by the owner. I did go to the first one a few years ago, and yes, it was really bad and expensive by Dublin standards.
Hello Janek, we love your videos and have a great tip for a very affordable food right at the Wenceslas Square. We visit there last week and the food was super and prices cheep. The restaurant name is U Balouna on the left side walking down to Mustek. My husband and I ordered soup and 2 main course with 2 small beers and the total bill was 6 dollars. Great service too.
Ahh OK. I was blown away by the view at Letná Beer Garden. We went up to have a look at the place and get a beer, but with the the relaxing atmosphere/view and cheep beer made us move the plans we had for the day and just sit there and relax.
I believe I was in that third place many years ago. I remember the menu having numbers next to the dishes but randomly placed so it gave the illusion of prices. Ended up paying about 400Kc for svickova. And they wanted to charge customers for using their toilet.
Vojtech, preto je v zatvorke continental, islo mi o rozdiel medzi anglickym (common) a kontinentalnym pravom (civil) a ano, zle som sa vyjadril, "skodu nikoli nepatrnou" samozrejme definuje trestni zakonnik
I would've refused to pay (or maybe left an appropriate amount, like 10 euros in your case) - they have no recourse, good ol' Czech Civil law classifies *any* damage (caused by theft, fraud, assault, etc.) lower than CZK 5,000(EUR 184) as a misdemeanor, however if you'd intended to pay in the first place (which they'd have to prove you didn't), which could be proven by your intention to pay an appropriate amount (10 euros), then it's classified as a breach of contract - the only recourse for them would be going to civil court to get a payment order (very expensive for them), but best of all, you'd be long gone by then and recovering a 70 euro debt internationally is nonsense...
BUT as most tourists aren't aware of the beautiful intricacies of civil (continental) law, they pay up... next time you'll now
Budimir Zvolanek ok so I guess that was for me
It's not treating a customer badly, it's literally getting what you pay for. You paid for 1 ice cream, meaning you get one ice cream. If I were to go to a store, bought a glass and dropped it I'm not supposed to get a new one, it was my fault.
The only scenario where he could get another ice cream would be if the person serving the ice cream bumped into the kid or something. And why is everybody so mad lol
I wouldn't really recommend biking in Prague. I know that people insist on biking in every big city nowadays, but the infrastructure in Prague is terrible. Something would have to change in local policy to bring it to a reasonable standard.
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