The place seems to be a meeting place for English speaking travellers (i.e, young backpackers) and the staff are predominantly non-Czechs. The place has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere but it's not really the type of place I would normally spend time while on holiday. I prefer somewhere a bit more traditional and in keeping with the country I'm visiting. However, on the final day of our 15 days travelling round Eastern Europe, we decided to try the cooked breakfast we had seen advertised on the board outside the pub.
The pub opens around 10.30am for breakfast, which I believe it serves until early evening. At lunchtime and beyond, it serves a variety of typical pub grub such as lasagne, bangers and mash, and fajitas. I had the full meaty brekkie, my partner had the veggie brekkie. Both plates were filled to capacity. Mine had great pork sausages, bacon, fried bread, baked beans, mushrooms, eggs, and tomatoes. The veggie breakfast had hash browns and larger portions of all the non-meat items. The meals weren't particularly cheap at around the equivalent of 8-9 euros each (not including drinks). However, they were delicious and very filling.
O'Che's seems a nice enough place and probably a good place to meet people who can give you advise if you new here or to make friends if you're planning to stay a while.
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January 6, 2012
Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
January 19, 2004
From journal Stags, Spires and Good Spirit
Wakefield, United Kingdom
December 23, 2003
As you may have guessed from the name, O'Che's is an Irish Bar with a twist. The twist is a rather odd collection of Che Guevara posters and general memorabilia that adorn the place.
This is a really friendly bar which serves very good food. This tends to be like British/Irish pub food, so you have a mixture of British/American cuisine and then the odd Mexican and Italian dish thrown in.
I can recommend the chicken fajitas. We had a couple of really fun nights here and it's a nice place to meet other travellers.
From journal Buildings, Bridges, Beer and Beauty