U Supa Pub is the oldest brewery with restaurant in Prague. It was estimated in 15th century. It is located in the bussiest street in Old Town in the middle of the King’s way, in neighbourhood of Charles Univerzity.
From Tripadvisor.com reviews of U Supa Pub:
“Brewing intrigue“: Walked past the bar and restaurant and saw the brewing equipment in full flow and were both intrigued. Walked into to a strong smell of yeast and some very friendly staff. We had beer and snacks and loved it and then returned in the evening for a more substantial offering. We were looked after by Lukas, Jitka and Jakub who were absolutely lovely, professional and so welcoming. The food was great, the service fast and efficient and the beer was very good. They took the time to make us feel welcome and chatted when we did and left us alone when we wanted.
A great welcome to Prague and somewhere we would recommend and return to.
“Amazing Czech pub!“: I took my Aussie husband to this place for some typical Czech dinner. It was better than we were expecting . The food was amazing and service we got was the best in Prague, the waiter Lukas was incredibly helpful and friendly, when I am in Prague again I would definitely come back.
“Not that bad … at all“: We are a family of four with two 12-year old boys. We were in a rush through the city centre (to the airport) and looking for smthng to eat. Run into this place …. surpassed expectations: unexpectedly good quality soups, beer and main course, nice beer, well kept toilets.. What else would you need when you are on the run. Joking apart: seemed a solid and decent place even if on the main tourist route.
U Supa, the restaurant and brewpub sitting on the Royal Way deep in the heart of the Old Town, is one of Prague’s oldest beerhouses. Established as a brewery-cum-inn in 1431, it supplied beer to most of the pubs in old Prague. Savour a strong homemade glass of 13° U Supa, brewed right here in our own microbrewery.