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Tlusta Koala

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Tlusta Koala

 

Tlusta Koala

Out of the countless things to see in Prague, the Tlusta Koala is one of the commendable spots that fall under the bars and drinks department. Throughout the entire week, except Sunday, this place is open from 12 p.m. to 2 a.m., allowing people to drop by for a drink or a chat with their friends. On Sundays, the place is open from 1 p.m. to 2 a.m. To call in for reservations, feel free to call at the number: +420 222 245 401.

An ambient pub that provides the forever-famous Czech beer, the Tlusta Koala is roughly translated to the “Fat Koala”. An all-time favorite spot for countless hangouts, this place has an entire food menu. Sadly, this is available only on Wednesdays. However, this does not deter all of those who love to dig into the food items off this food menu, every Wednesday.

While tourists could choose to drop by this casual diner and savor a beer or two, along with a hearty meal, they also have the choice of taking a parcel home. As a matter of fact, home delivery is also available too, which makes things much easier, in case you wish to stay at home and still be able to enjoy the same food and drink items.

Many reviews speak highly of this restaurant, recommending the Kangaroo dish. When it comes to drinks, you could do well to try out the Kocour Visnovy Lezak, the Cat beer, the Staropramen beer, the Koala Lager beer and much more. Each drink and dish has a perk of its own, appealing to the various customers.

The Tlusta Koala is situated in the New Town of Prague 1, right in the midst of countless other eateries and hotels. To reach this pub, all you need to do is hop onto the line A or B metro from the Můstek station. However, if you would rather get there by using a tram, you could get onto tram number 3, 9, 14, 24, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56 or 58, from the same station. Using a tram, you stop will be Jindřišská.

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