Chelmsford, United Kingdom
July 13, 2004
The front of U Vejvodů is less than impressive, but the pub is welcoming and serves a good pint of Pilsner Urquell at less than a dollar a pint. Downstairs there's a vast, airy beer hall which tends to cater to tour parties, but in either bar the food is hearty and well prepared.
Two members of our party were particularly fond of the tongue with (lethal) horseradish sauce, but the menu covers everything from the Prague speciality, 'beer cheese,' through to grilled salmon.
Lunch here, for four people, including drinks cost less than thirty dollars.
From journal Prague Revisited