• SINCE 1843First class and traditionally draft beer

    The best Pilsner beer in Prague since 1843
  • RESTAURANT U PINKASUThe most famous old Czech "pub"

    Here are all equal - Restaurant U Pinkasų
  • Czech homemade cuisineGoulash or roast pork knuckle...

    Beef, goulash or roast pork knuckle - traditional czech cuisine
  • Pilsner Urquellthe first beer being drawn in Prague

    Beer, as it has offered by our ancestors - traditionally drawn beer
  • SOMETHING FOR EVERYONEThree floors, five stylish rooms

    Three floors, five stylish rooms - something for everyone
  • SUMMER GARDENThe best summer sitting in the center of Prague

    The best summer sitting in the center of Prague - it is summer garden U Pinkasų

Fancy a traditional Czech specialities?
What about the old Bohemian marinated sirloin, traditional beef goulash with dumplings, or freshly baked stuffed cakes? At "U Pinkasu" we cook according to old recipes and with care!

NEWS NEWSAPRIL 2015

172nd anniversary of the
Restaurant U Pinkasų


On 8th of April 2015 the Restaurant U Pinkasų celebrated 172nd anniversary of its establishment. On this occasion we’ve opened the Corner of Václav Havel in the hall of newly renovated Vavrinec kitchen.
Come and see at what table Václav Havel used to sit, and enjoy the same specialities of our kitchen as he did.

We are looking forward to meeting you!


Book your table! Book your table!Seats are Limited. Reserve Yours Today!

You can book your table on this website , on the phone +420 221 111 152  or via e-mail provoz@upinkasu.cz. We are looking forward to your visit.

Our Favorite Recepies Our Favorite Recepies...for every occasion.
Old Czech Easter Cakes
Mix the yeast in 200 ml lukewarm milk, add a tablespoonful of sugar, a tablespoonful of flour and leave to rise. Mix the softened butter with egg yolks and honey creating a mousse. Gradually add the sieved flour, the remaining milk, yeast mixture, grated lemon rind of non- chemically treated lemons and salt. Knead the dough and leave for 30 minutes to rise. Cut small pieces from the dough, roll out thin sausage shapes and twirl them to make a spiral.