Kuře V Hodinkách
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Kuře V Hodinkách information
This music-themed pub is decked out in rock memorabilia, and with a choice of buzzing street-level bar or more intimate brick-vaulted basement, it’s more upmarket than most Žižkov pubs and has a classy kitchen to match. The menu includes chicken Caesar salad, barbecued steak with Dijon mustard sauce, and a rich, dark and tasty goulash with bacon dumplings.
The pub is named after a 1972 album by Czech jazz-rock band Flamengo, which was banned by the communist authorities (it means ‘Chicken in the Watch’ – hey, it was the '70s, psychedelic drugs and all that…).