Are you hungry for crepes? This place has what you want; cold, warm, salty or sweet.
The location, a cellar on one of those quaint side streets in Mala Strana, gives it a sort of romantic appeal, though the crowd is mild and the dress is super casual. The atmosphere is homely, realist still-lives line the white walls, making it comfortable and relaxing. Have a light lunch, salads or crepes, or go for one of their beefsteaks.
I had the Paris crepes which are filled with three types of cheese and topped with sour cream, cranberries and baked apples. They also have a big selection of exotic salads which are big enough to be meals themselves.
The drink list is anything but average boasting an enormous array of wines, whiskeys and liquors. I had the Istanbul crepes for dessert which are crowned with whipped cream, orange juice and almonds. The service defines the word prompt and overall the food is pretty good. A meal for two will run you around 250 crowns including dessert.
Escaping a little from the ultra-touristy nucleus of Mala Strana, Bar Bar is no less popular albeit with a less presumptuous looking crowd. With all that people, you tend to think the ventilation in the place needs a little work. Still, it’s a great place to make a pit stop in your pub crawl for a meal with a difference – palacinky.
They’ve got pancakes of every kind – savory crepes (chicken, cheese, seafood…) for a great dinner, plus huge salads. A range of sweet palacinky will take care of your dessert after, unless you’d prefer to wash it all down with another big gulp of pivo.
Všehrdova 17, Praha 1, Újezd, Sun – Thu: Noon to Midnight, Fri – Sat: Noon to 2am Tel: +420 257 312 246, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bar-bar.cz Tram: 6, 9,12, 22, 23, 57 and 58