The gothic building of the salt house, with its roof truss, is the fourth oldest of its kind in the Czech Republic, it was built in 1531 as a town granary. The space was later used to store armaments and then salt until 1880. The building’s past functions meant there had never been any major construction modifications. It was not until the 21st century that the building underwent a fundamental renovation and on 29th March 2019, the SOLNICE Restaurant opened officially. Its SOLNICE beer is supplied from a brewery of the same name, located on Hroznová street, through an underground beer conduit across Piaristické square. The quality of our beer is overseen by a master in the field, Mr. Ivan Dufek, a member of the Czech Brewing and Malting Hall of Fame.
Our chef’s team prepares authentic, Austro-Hungarian Empire-based delicacies for the guests of the Solnice Restaurant, with special focus on in-house made, bakery products and smoked foods. This does not mean, however, that guests who are not keen on meat or have food intolerances, would not be satisfied; we certainly cater for them too.