U Krale Brabantskeho
If you like a medieval dinner show, U Krale Brabantskeho in Prague is ‘the place to be’. From the moment you enter you are back in time. The wait staff is in medieval costume. The wooden benches are covered with sheepskins. The vaults are lined with skulls. Belly dancers, sword fighters and fire breathers will entertain you while eating. U Krale Brabantskeho (in the King of Brabant) tavern consists of several parts, both above and underground. The vaults are the best and most ‘medieval’ place: candlelit and full of mysterious atmosphere.
U Krale Brabantskeho: Medieval Dinner Show
The medieval dinner show is every evening from seven to ten o’clock in the evening. The dishes served are a feast for carnivores, but vegetarians also get their money’s worth. While eating you watch belly dancers and fire breathers. The musicians play on medieval instruments which and the sound is different from music today. If you want to have dinner without the show, arrive before 6pm. Seize this opportunity to try pork leg with mustard and horseradish sauce or duck with red cabbage, another Czech dish.
If you want to attend a medieval dinner show and be sure of a place, book the dinner online in advance. Click here to book a dinner with unlimited drinks.
U Krale Brabantskeho: on the Royal Route
The tavern in the King of Brabant is one of the oldest medieval tavern in Prague and has a long history. An inscription above the door refers to Duke John I of Brabant, who is said to have written a recipe on how to make Gambrinus beer in the thirteenth century. Another inscription mentions that King Wenceslas IV liked to visit this tavern. The truth is that this tavern is on the Royal Route. The route the kings of Bohemia followed on the day of their coronation.
Tavern U Krale Brabantskeho is located in the Mala Strana district near Prague Castle and not far from Malostranske namesti and the St. Nicholas Church.
Address: U Krale Brabantskeho, Thunovská 15, Mala Strana, Prague
Tram 12, 22 Malostranske namesti stop