Visited with my wife, Easter 2005, for lunch. Near the Jewish Museum / synagogues. A bit upmarket by Czech standards. Decent food (can’t remember now what we had, but it wasn’t the mussels). The waiter was friendly but not very attentive, seemed more concerned with the food than the beer. We had a Kasteel Bier Bruin 11%, served too cold but was excellent when it warmed up a little. Selection of 25 Belgian beers and a few Czech ones is quite good for Prague. And if you want to sample some Czech and Austrian wines, they have a few of those too.
When I lived here 5 years I cold not afford to go there, but now that I came back and even more into beer and belgians I could not wait to visit.
The place is definitly food focused and a great please to get a break from all the hearty czech food. Braised shank, beef burgundy, and mussels are the stars and they are all good and follow classic frech/belgian recipes.
They beer selection was avg compared to belgo/american bars but above avg for czech bars. Overall, the place was a little bit of a let down and quite expensive for prague to eat and drink.
At the end of a few blocks of exceptionally pricey shops, there's a bit of a fork and in the middle of the fork is a restaurant advertising its mussels. These are quite good, but I keep going back to vacation from lagerland with a nice selection of draft and bottled belgian beers. the restaurant can feel a little cramped, but it always feels authentically belgian - if you can accept the czech language handicap. The beer menu is a bit of a belgiums greatest hits, but there are a few rarities. The food tends towards seafood, and is a nice break from the meat stuffed meat with sauce and dumplings that should comprise the diet of a typical tourist (until they learn to like it). Beer priced top 100 kc, but they rarely exceed us prices. Food prices are about right for the quality. The staff does not always appreciate the beer aspect of the business.