Here it’s really all about authenticity, that and the beer. After walking around by the Charles Bridge, come grab a seat and have few pints as you enjoy traditional Czech dishes like beef goulash and homemade chocolate pudding. Despite its relatively touristy location, this place is not at all touristy on account of it being pretty hard to find. You will be absolutely amazed by both the low prices (around 50 cents for a pint of beer!) and authenticity of the simple and rustic Czech cuisine. You might have a hard time ordering if you only speak English because this place is a true local spot. Still, its worth a visit if you are looking for an authentic experience. Make sure to double check the map before you head over, but do head over otherwise you will miss some of the best beer with locals in Prague.
*The name "Hrocha" means Hippo after the nickname of one of the founders.
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