"A place where future was once born and still is".
Švejk restaurant and its main parts are made of wood, brass and cast iron in combination with drawings by Josef Lada, a famous Czech artist. The basic common element, which can be found in every piece of the restaurant, is the face of "Good Soldier Švejk", which is also the spirit and trademark of the restaurants. Other attributes are for instance stained glass, Czech chairs, bar stools, lighting, paneling, Czech porcelain and glassware.
The interior of the restaurant is in period style of the emperor Franz Joseph, the time when restaurants in general had wooden floors together with wood paneling in order to provide the right acoustics for musical instruments. Besides that, our restaurants walls feature inscriptions of Good Soldier Švejk’s preaching. Bar counters are also very typical of this period as the beer taps faced the table layout, so that the customer had utter confidence in both the bar staff and the contents of his pint.
All restaurants are connected not only by the interior but the outside appearance too. A wooden sign which reads ‘Švejk restaurant’ and designation of the individual business and other accessories both represent the heart and soul of the franchise.
Restaurants which don’t comply with the exact same rules for design and use other than the original rendition of Švejk by Josef Lada are not part of our restaurant chain.