Vojanův dvůr was inspired by classic Czech cuisine and beer culture but adopts a modern approach to both. But you’re left in no doubt that this establishment forms part of the Czech pub tradition. It’s a restaurant and a 21st-century beer hall in one.Vojanův dvůr comprises several parts. The smaller, 40-seat Formanka section, equipped with a new bar with six taps, offers several types of beer from the excellent U Tří růží brewery, and draught Pilsner beer. For bigger private functions seating up to 70 people, the larger Konírna section is available. The vaulted ceilings are a reminder that you are in a beautiful building of historic significance.In summer, ale lovers will want to spend time in the beer garden, which has space for 140 guests and of course is equipped with parasols. The garden attracts locals and tourists alike.
Chef Tomáš Zelík cooks Czech as well as international food, all year round, but in summer, the grill, which always means special seasonal offers, is the centrepiece of the beer garden.