As the name suggests (I also miscalculated), Lokal should be Local! Sure enough, the waiter said that it serves more than 90[%] local Czech dishes.
The first hot soup is the famous Czech offal soup Drstkova Polevka. The Balkan region uses this heavy-flavored soup to relieve hangovers. One pound of offal is made with five ounces of bacon. The offal is mainly made of tripe and beef stomach. People who don’t eat offal can also accept it. Then the main dish is Svikova Pecene sirloin, stewed with a thick cream sauce, solid taste, and mixed with Cranberry sauce to be authentic. The side dish is Czech characteristic Knedliky, called bread dumpling in English, this kind of white bread is very chewy and is made of egg milk. The final dessert is Rakvicka se slehackou, which is also a small cream coffin pie that can only be eaten in the Czech Republic. It is sweet and crunchy. It costs 350 Czech dollars (about 110 yuan) for Christmas.
Oh, by the way, the decoration here is also very beautiful, but the modernity hides the history (the shining innocent paintings on the wall are some important moments of Brno).