U Krale Brabantskeho

U Krale Brabantskeho is one of the oldest medieval taverns in Prague. If your passion is beer and medieval show, you will certainly feel at home in this restaurant. Dining in U Krale Brabantskeho, the King of Brabant, is not only a gastronomic experience but also medieval feast with music and dancing.

U Krale Brabantskeho:Tavern

The tavern In the King of Brabant has been a popular pub ever since the Middle Ages. An inscription above the door claims that Duke John I of Brabant, also known as John the Victorious, wrote here an essay about how to brew Gambrinus beer. Another inscription shows the visitor that King Wenceslas IV was one of the tavern’s regulars. Whether this is true or not is unimportant. It is a fact, however, that the tavern was on the Royal Route, the traditional coronation route of the Bohemian kings. It is one of the oldest pubs in Prague and a must-go for a meal with unlimited beer. Actors do a great job entertaining you!

U Krale Brabantskeho: Medieval banquets and shows

When you are a fan of medieval banquets and shows, U Krale Brabantskeho is your place to be; minstrels, sword fights, fire spitters and sweeping music played on medieval instruments while you are savouring a medieval meal. Try an all-time national favourite pork knee served with mustard and horseradish sauce. Second best and truly Czech is roast duck with red cabbage.

Medieval show 19.00-22.00. The price includes entertainment, a two-course menu (also vegetarian) and unlimited drinks.


U Krale Brabantskeho
Thunovsk√° 198/15
Prague 1, Mala Strana

Public Transport

Tram 12, 22 Malostranske namesti stop

U Krale Brabantskeho

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