Svatá říše Restaurant

General

Type:

International & Czech Modern Cuisine

Nearest Station:

Malostranske Namesti (METRO A)

Address:

Tržiště 368/9, Prague

Price Category:

$$$$

The Introduction

Svatá Říše is situated right under the medieval Karlštejn Castle. Its menu offers traditional Czech cuisine prepared from the freshest ingredients and products. The interior is very traditional and it will feel like you have stepped into a medieval household. In the summer months you can also enjoy your meals outside in the summer terrace and enjoy the magnificent view on the landscape and the beautiful Karlštejn Castle. This restaurant is also available for private events, such us birthday parties or weddings.

Restaurant Details

Opening Hours

Tuesday– Sunday: 10:00 – 19:00
Monday: Closed

Payment Methods

Cash, MasterCard, VISA

Accommodation review scores and score breakdown

9 / 10

Based on 2 reviews

Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Svatá říše Restaurant.

Food
9   
Service
7   
Value
9   
Atmosphere
8   
Location
9   

Guest reviews

  • Go Prague Customer Reviews
    2016-03-30

    Обширное меню, вкусная еда, свежее пиво. Очень дружелюбный персонал. Быстрое обслуживание. Сам ресторан очень уютный. Принимают карты, что особенно актуально в Карлштейне.

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  • Go Prague Customer Reviews
    2016-03-30

    We've had lunch there a couple of times after we got "fed up" of Koruna restaurant which is nice too. Svata Rise has a mediaval ambience and the staff is dressed in costumes.Really nice old Czech cuisine. They've got a huge fire place which is really nice especially in the winter time. In the summer you can sit outside along the building. It's the last restaurant on the left climbing up to the castle.

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Karlštejn

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Karlštejn is one of the most visited castles of the Czech Republic, famous for its long history. This castle was founded in 1348 by the Czech King and Roman Emperor, Charles IV, a very important leader in the entire Czech and European history, as a storage for royal jewels, Holy Relics and Roman Crown Jewels. A very interesting fact says that this castle was accessible only to men; every woman, even wives were forbidden entry to this secured fortress. Apart from the old village, there’s a long street on the way back from the castle which is full of little unique shops preserved in their original condition, selling different kinds of traditional homemade and unique ancient Czech goods.

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Departure: Prague Hlavní Nádraží (Metro C) Arrival: Karlštejn Train Station (28 mins from Karlštejn Castle) Distance: 33 km Travel Time: 40 mins

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Departure: Prague City Center Arrival: Karlštejn Village Distance: 30 km Travel Time: 39 mins

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