It’s hard to go wrong with this big historic pub on a busy corner near the centre. The unpasteurised 12° Pilsner Urquell might actually be better than the microbrews around town. The smallish menu is loaded with Czech classics, such as the ever-popular Španělský ptáček (literally ‘Spanish bird’), a beef roulade stuffed with smoked sausage, parsley and a hard-boiled egg.