This is one od the best places for eat and drink in Ostrava. They have specialites and classic dishes. Service always good and quick. Try out some good wine or cognac.
...but it doesn't really matter :) Piano evenings offer great time and place to spend an evening with your friends or family. I really like their french wine (not the bottled one) for its lightness are easiness and if you are visiting Ostrava in the fall don't miss the beaujolais week! What confuses me is unstable quality of food. I... More
The pancakes were really just OK: Could have easily made a better one myself. Atmosphere and prices were good.
A lovely french style reastaurant with great food - I do not eat pancakes anywhere lese than in this restaurant. I go there very often and every time waitresses are very friendly and helpfull. Thank you for running this kind of restaurant in Ostrava
Whenever I think about where to go eat in the center, I very very often end up going to APT. The reason is good food and realtively cheap. However, smoking is not prohibited, and that´s a minus. Otherwise a good place and great pancakes.
This restaurant serves really delicious pancakes. Before I visited it, I had had only sweet ones, but this restaurant convinced me that non-sweet pancakes taste wonderful. I could really recommend it, not just because the food is great, but also for really nice, cozy and romantic atmosphere, which is enhanced by live piano music.
somehow it is overestimated by lonely planet and stuff. few girls serving during peak hours over weekend is not enough - i was totally loosing patience to get some attention. "Crepes" are there just a puny shadow of real french "crepes" - not a very complicated meal though. The ambiance is pleasant. prices - reasonable. maybe their deserts are good... More
Just steps away from the busy stodolni, french cuisine with Czech touch. Palacinty (crepes) both sweet and salty are superb, but don't hesitate to try the rest. Service was slow, but on saturday expect that. Young girls serving the tables, extremely kind but hard on english (they did their best). Moravian red wine, main and dessert for 400 crowns (16€),... More
MMmmmmm! If you are of a certain age, Stodolni street no longer tempts you, but this restaurant provides a tranquille haven about 50 metres away. We sat outside in the late afternoon and enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine and a light meal. The ladies had French rose wine and found it warm and rather thin, but the Czech... More
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