When we arrived, we were seated quickly. We were led by the host up a few steps to the seating area and escorted to our booth. Rows of booths were situated on both sides of a center train track visible from both sides. At the inner section of each booth, (where the train tracks were located), it resembled a an outdoor train station platform. Now, the unique aspect of this train system was that the trains themselves delivered the drinks to each table! We sat and watched as these little moving vehicles made their way around the track, loaded up with glasses of beer, soda and other beverages, stopping at the specific table to deliver their drink order. My daughters were completely delighted, as were me and Tedd and we all grabbed our cameras and phones to snap a picture as the orders kept coming.
The food here was good, but definitely not your high-end type. But, as I said, the main reason for our visit to Vytopna was for the miniature railway. The menu consisted of a mix of salads, pasta and vegetarian dishes as desserts. The libations were plentiful as well consisting of Czech wines, draught and bottled beers, cocktails and of course soft drinks and juices. There was a kids’ menu as well, making it a great destination for families. The prices were very reasonable. They also have several other locations throughout the Czech Republic. We were sure to make advanced reservations because of its popularity. Definitely worth a visit!