Prices have risen here in recent years (traditional Czech fried cheese for 200 Kč is way overpriced), but this is still an excellent choice for well-made Czech dishes like braised pork tenderloin and Prague goulash, here served with a mix of bread and potato dumplings. The name means "Club of Architects," which recalls the restaurant's origins as a popular spot for architecture and design students. There is a small number of tables outside in nice weather, but this place really comes into its own in winter, when the main dining room downstairs comes into its own.