11 Czech restaurants and bars you should know, with fun berlin

Unfortunately, these prejudices about Berlin are true

Berlin and Prague are about four hours by car and just as many train hours apart. No state capital is closer than the Czech. No wonder that many Berliners are drawn to the metropolis on the Vltava for a weekend. If you are also planning a trip to Prague, you should definitely use our travel pleasure as inspiration. If four hours is too much for you, or if you prefer to experience the Czech feeling in Berlin, we recommend these 11 restaurants and bars, which not only serve strong Pils, but also typical dishes such as roast pork or sirloin, Bohemian dumplings, goulash and of course there is the world famous Prague ham.

© Pexels Pivo fed up in the Prague spring

It is particularly political Prague spring, despite the historical name, not too. There is a tight beer policy here: "Pivo will not be cheated", is on the menu above the bar. Well, then hold a dark one on tap. A few seconds later the waitress slams the beer on the table. It only gets more hearty if you bring hunger and order a rollmops. Because there are not so many good pubs in Pankow, it is advisable to come early, otherwise you run the risk of not getting a seat.

  • Prague spring
  • Florastrasse 62, 13187 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Sunday: 4.30pm – midnight
  • More info

Drink Bohemian village Pilsner Urquell in the rustic atmosphere of the Bohemian village

Candles on the tables, cozy seats, dimmed lights, delicious beer. There is everything a good pub should have in the Bohemian village. The Pilsner Urquell comes from the tank and therefore tastes particularly fresh and mild. Especially on weekends it is worth coming early to get a good place.

  • To the Bohemian village
  • Sanderstrasse 11, 12047 Berlin
  • daily: 5–5pm
  • More info

© Milena Zwerenz Have a good drink in the ČSA® Bar

Like so many buildings on Karl-Marx-Allee, it also carries CSA® Already had a bit of history with it. In GDR times, the ČSA (pronounced Tsche-S-A) was the office of the Czech airline of the same name, Czechoslovakia Airlines. For 15 years you can at least only go on a taste journey and serve good drinks on the premises, from Martini Sour to Old-Fashioned. You have to like the decor: somewhere between elegant and functional and a bit too much lounge.

  • ČSA® bar
  • Karl-Marx-Allee 96, 10243 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Saturday: from 8pm, Sunday & Monday: only for reservations
  • More info

© Pixabay Eat heartily in the Bohemian Garden

The interior is rustic, as are the dishes, typically Czech. Accordingly, it is not surprising that the card of the Bohemian garden depicts the ABC of Czech cuisine. As a starter there is either Topinky (garlic bread) or Reibedatschi (potato pancakes), followed by Hovädzi Gulaš (beef goulash), Svíčková (beef sour roast) or Paprikaš (filled peppers). And the dessert menu also remains true to the concept with palačinky (pancakes) and steam dumplings. Add a decent, dark beer and the trip to Bohemia is perfect.

  • Bohemian Garden restaurant
  • Dönhoffstrasse 35A, 10318 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Sunday: 12-9.30pm
  • More info

© Matze Hielscher Eastern European dishes and beer in Café Chagall

The Chagall is one of those places that you fall in love with as soon as you enter and never want to leave again because you feel at home with a beer and a meal from Eastern Europe alongside the turtleneck sweaters and the charming Berlin waitresses. The prices are surprisingly correct for Prenzlauer Berg conditions, which is probably why the shop is always full, especially in summer.

  • Café Chagall
  • Kollwitzstrasse 2, 10405 Berlin
  • Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 3 am, Sunday: 10 am – 2 am
  • More info

© Pixabay Enjoy traditional cuisine in the Prague hop parlor

Middle-class, hearty food is served in a pleasant, unobtrusive ambience in the Prague hop room. Rather not recommended for vegetarians, but a little paradise for meat eaters that you can fathom when you’re out in the corner.

  • Prague Hop Room
  • Karl-Marx-Allee 127, 10243 Berlin
  • daily: 11 a.m. – midnight
  • More info

Frank Vincentz | CC BY-SA 3.0 Discover Czech delicacies in the TUZEX

Luděk Pachl had before going to the Pankow pub "Prague spring" already opened a shop, and what a one: The TUZEX is a delicatessen, tavern and lumber room in one. Everywhere you can find things from our neighboring country, for example the little mole or the puppets Spejbl and Hurvínek. After the store closes, people like to drink, when ice hockey is running, an evening can last until late at night and escalate properly.

  • Tuzex
  • Schliemannstr. 38, Prenzlauer Berg
  • Tuesday – Friday: 12pm to 7pm, Saturday: 12pm to 7pm

Christian Michelides | CC BY-SA 4.0 Try traditional Czech dishes in the Roter Jäger inn

The traditional restaurant Roter Jäger mainly serves traditional Czech dishes, such as Czech sausages from private butchery with sauerkraut on mashed potatoes or kulajda (photo), a soup with mushrooms, potatoes, freshly chopped dill and poached egg. During the week you can enjoy your business lunch here for 8.50 euros, on weekends a brunch for 18.90 euros is currently tempting.

  • Roter Jäger tavern
  • Jägerstrasse 28-31, 10117 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. to 0 a.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • More info

© Pixabay Authentic Czech dishes in the birch grove

Anyone who gets cravings for Pallatschinken (photo), goulash and a cool Czech beer on the way to Brandenburg and who just happened to have passed the northern border of Berlin will be happy in the birch grove. There are authentic dishes here, which according to local residents are supposed to be a poem. So get on your bike and head to the local restaurant.

  • Birkenwäldchen
  • Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 209, 16548 Glienicke / Nordbahn
  • Thursday – Tuesday: 3pm – 10pm
  • More info

© Kaboompics // Karolina | Pexels Space in the Slow Food Temple! discover old recipes

That lies in the minimalist but stylish ambience of a Kreuzberg basement space!, a slow-food restaurant operated by the Slovaks Vanda Molnar and Silvia Pinterova. The focus is on old recipes of the imperial and royal monarchy. There are also delicious natural wines.

  • space!
  • Manteuffelstrasse 48, 10999 Berlin
  • Wednesday – Sunday: from 6 p.m.
  • More info

© Pixabay Try handmade Eastern European dishes in the Matreshka

You can get Eastern European dishes from Czech goulash and Georgian eggplants to Russian pelmeni (photo) in the Matreshka, which is committed to its eastern neighbors across borders. The beer unfortunately does not come from the Czech Republic, but from St. Petersburg and if we are already at Russian alcoholic drinks, then just treat yourself to one or two fine vodka.

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