Chef and owner in one person. And he certainly cares about the fresh ingredients and food preparation. That’s why it is possible to see the kitchen and directly into the pans from the restaurant. Fans of both steaks and light meals can enjoy it. The Mediterranean menu is impressive. And the atmosphere? Here you can experience true Moravian hospitality.
In the good sense of that word: “honest old school” in terms of care for the customer, first-class freshness, quality cuisine, tradition. The sidewalk cafe is small but cosy.
Tips for nearby activities
Rajhrad is a stone’s throw from Brno. But when you’re here, don’t go to the Moravian metropolis. Head to the local Benedictine monastery. It is impressive in itself, and it is also the home of the memorial of literature. Books aren’t boring here! Outside Brno, yet within reach, is Veveří Castle. Children will enjoy running along the beautiful backdrop of the castle, and you will enjoy wine tasting in the castle wine cellar.
For those who wanted to go to Brno because of Villa Tugendhat, and didn’t because of the bustle of visitors there, we have a tip. A little further away is Villa Löw-Beer!