Bohemia Hall Food Etiquette?
I know food is available in the beer garden, but do people ever bring there own food? I don't want to be rude!
Nope. They have both a full service restaurant and a grill area. I have brought in desserts after the main kitchen had closed, but only after asking the waitress if that would be OK.
The food isn't half bad - it's not great, but it's probably better than it needs to be.
Actually, this chicken dish with red cream sauce (chicken p-something) with boiled dumplings (which were chewy slices of bread, as far as I could tell) was really good - but the fact that we had already started drinking and that we were STARVING due to not being able to hail one of the three waitresses could have something to do with it. But I'd definitley order it again.
On a Sunday a few weeks ago the waitress wouldn't take food orders. It wasn't as crowded as it gets in the summertime (no lines to get in) but I suppose they were still overworked or the kitchen was backed up. Since we don't go there for the food, it didn't bother me too much.
Food from outside is not allowed, at least not according to signs hanging in the doorway.
I recently realized that some people do not realize that there is an inside menu vs an outside menu. The food at the grill outside is just plain bad... even when drunk. Something about ice cold saurekraut that leaves me feeling ill.
On the other hand, the food inside is great. I have never had a soup there that is not incredible, and I've had plenty of soup there. The pork praha (a pork chop coated in potato pancake, served with creamed spinach) is great too.