Information Restaurant Středověká krčma Dětenice
Have you ever wondered what it could have been like to eat in the Middle Ages? Then you are in the right place. At the Dětenice tavern they eat with their hands, pay with gold coins and talk in the rough style of old spoken Czech. Where else would the serving wench in tattered rags address the table with the question: "What grub do you want you unruly rabble?" In short it’s a Middle Ages experience with all the trimmings.
Waiting for you in the Medieval tavern is an amazing atmosphere and an energy that radiates from the old stone walls and high vaulted ceilings. You will be surrounded by swordsmen, bonnie dancers and insistent beggars who are after your old gnawed bones.
The speciality of the tavern is meat roasted over an open fire plus other dishes that you will not easily find elsewhere due to the style of cooking. The menu is jokingly called "žrádelník" (grub) and offers goodies like a knee of bewitched sow, plate for a poor wayfarer and flock of exotic birds. Vegetarians will also get something tasty to eat there and do not forget to try the famous Dětenice yeast beer.
If you want to experience the Medieval life to the full, go for a popular evening show. You can expect jugglers, men throwing knives and as well as a fakir with a large snake. And for dessert, what about witnessing a public execution or burning a witch.
The Medieval tavern in Dětenice is usually bursting at the seams so definitely do not forget to make a reservation.