The word Katr means a jial in Czech, while Vězeňská street is a Jail street, but apart from this word game, our restaurant has nothing to do with the dark world of jails and prisons: just in the contrary, our food and services are based on honesty and respect, and we will gladly convince you that these terms are not just an empty cliché in our restaurant.
It is with respect that we approach the food and ingredients, choosing them with attention and care. The meat in the first class bio quality is bought from certified butchers. Favourite Czech delicacies, such as white meat pudding, or suasages are made by our cooks. They also make other typical Czech meal: dumplings. In short, we offer traditional quality in food and this is valid also for drinks. You can get the crispy Czech Pilsner Beer from the tap and you might be pleased by the selection of great wines from Moravia, but also from renowned wineries in France, Italy or Germany. The Restaurant is – thanks to architects Martin Sladký and Filip Hejzlar from de-fakto studio – a roomy space full of light, without darker corners or partitions. You can even see into the kitchen, so you can observe our cooks in action.