Neighborhood: Malá strana
Telephone Number: +420 296 826 103
Nearest Subway Stop: Malostranská Metro (1022 feet), Staroměstská Metro (1321 feet)
Nearest Tram/Streetcar Stop: Tram Malostranska (1078 feet), Tram Staromestska (1225 feet), Tram Staromestska (1305 feet), Tram Malostranske namesti (1377 feet), Tram Karlovy lazne (1420 feet), Tram Hellichova (1673 feet), Tram Hellichova (1944 feet), Tram Narodni divadlo (2094 feet)
Hours of Operation
Monday - Sunday:
noon - 2 a.m.
Lively and stylish restaurant on the banks of the river Vltava wows with a spectacular view of the Charles Bridge. Locals and visitors come here for creative variations on Czech and international favorites, gourmet salads and the freshest seafood anywhere. With stunning views, a hip atmosphere, and reasonable prices, there is something for everyone.
The Travel Editor, Dec. 18, 2007
Hergetova Cihelna is housed in a converted brick factory in the sightline of the Charles Bridge and so close to the water’s edge that it flooded three days before opening in 2002. Dress up, order Cosmopolitans at the super-sleek marble and concrete bar and dine on chilli prawns with udon noodles. When the weather is hot, there’s a fabulous terrace...
Czech Please, April 19, 2007
I've had the burger at Hergetova Cihelna before and liked it very much. But it had been awhile since I'd been back. I ordered it again. In fact, we both ordered it. Medium. With a bottle of South African Nederburg cabernet sauvignon (700 CZK).
And I think I can now make a pretty good argument that Hergetova Cihelna has the city's best hamburger, all things considered. That is, taking everything -- flavor, price, portion size, fries, accompaniments, and atmosphere -- into consideration.
Frommer's, June 1, 2007
This late addition to a list of Prague's top dining experiences quickly became a popular spot on the riverbank. The building, dating from the 18th century, which used to serve as a brick factory (cihelna), was in very bad shape before its extensive reconstruction started in 2000.