Photo courtesy of Marianne Crone
Cuisine: Local Specialty, Regional
Price Range: $
Vyletna has a homey atmosphere, benches with throw cushions along the walls, wooden tables, a reading nook with armchairs, soft background music and It is the perfect spot for lunch. The menu is... Read More
Vyletna has a homey atmosphere, benches with throw cushions along the walls, wooden tables, a reading nook with armchairs, soft background music and It is the perfect spot for lunch. The menu is chalked on the wall, and always includes at least one vegetarian dish. The only snag is that it is in Czech, but the staff speaks excellent English and will translate every word. Vyletna is the favorite meeting place of young mothers with toddlers who potter about and fight over toys. Czech food is known for being on the heavy side, but not in Vyletna. Try spinach soup with a big hunk of brown bread or grilled sausages with a generous dollop of mustard and served with potato pancakes. Wash it down with a dark Krusovice beer.
Letenske Sady 32
000 000 000 000
- Daily 11am-1am
- Vegetarian: "A Vyletna lunch experience may transform you into a movie star extra. The restaurant is a favorite spot for shooting movies, commercials and fashion photos. Climb up Letna Hill and your reward is lunch with a view. Sit on the summer under colorful umbrellas and enjoy a big mug of Krusovice one of the many excellent beers brewed in the Czech Republic."