Food and Drinks


Miller Lite

Miller Lite is an American beer trademark introduced for the first time in 1975. In 1977 with heavy-advertising approach Miller Lite rose to 2nd place in the American brewing marketplace. And the customers have described it against its rival as a cleaner, crisper, simpler and more refreshing. It is one of the golden yellow beers with a malty taste of corn and rice. What is your opinion? Share it on our Facebook site.



BUD LIGHT is an American-style pale lager produced by Anheuser-Busch. Budweiser is a filtered beer made with up to 30% rice in addition to the hops and barley malt. Do you know the connection of Bud Light with Češké Budějovice, Czechia?


Paulaner Original

Paulaner Original Munich Premium Lager is one of the most famous beer produced in the long-established family-owned company in Munich, but its popularity is extended beyond the city limits of Munich. It is still brewed exclusively in Munich strictly according to the Bavarian Beer Purity Law, which stated that only pure and essential ingredients can be used in beer. The only ingredients allowed are barley, hops and water. Have you taste it? We would be grateful when you write us a review about your experience with Paulaner.


Stiegl Pils

Stiegl Pils is an Austrian beer trade mark produced in private brewery with more than 500 years of tradition. It is an elegant beer for connoisseurs who love a light, hoppy bitterness and a refined dry taste. Finest Saphir hops provide the typical lemony aroma and gently kiln-dried malt gives the beer its light color. Stiegl brews in traditional fashion in strict accordance with the purity law. One of the Stiegl’s vital ingredient that isn’t prescribed in this law is the time. The secret of success lay in the “slow brewing”.


Hofbräu Oktoberfest

Hofbräu Oktoberfest beer is brewed in Munich special for the world-wide famous beer festival, Oktoberfest. As a beer is a full-bodied and bottom-fermented. With its shiny, strong golden hue and hoppy aroma, it’s perfect alongside a classic Bavarian sausages. It tastes supple-soft, full-bodied, palatable and with a slightly sweet finish.


Clausthaler Original

Clausthaler Original is the pioneer and key driver of non-alcoholic (NA) malt beverages and is exclusively committed to the NA segment. The Clausthaler brewmasters came up with a radically innovative brewing process in which the brew’s fermentation was stopped just before the alcohol began to develop. This is probably the best NA beers. It’s refreshing, varied and has a lovely aroma and good flavor. Which one do you prefer more? Normal beer or non-alcoholic beer?


Red Wine

Red wine is type of wine from dark-coloured grapes varieties that contains anthocyan pigments present in the skin of the grape. It's rich in many powerful antioxidants and therefore many claim that drinking it has health benefits.


White Wine

White wine is produced mainly from "white" grapes, which are green or yellow in color. It's produced by the alcoholic fermentation of non-colored pulp of grapes, which may have a skin of any color. Lighter than red wine, often high in acidity, white wine differs from red wine due to the lack of tannins, the bitter part of the grape skin.


The Spritzer

White wine mixed with bubbly soda water and a slice of lemon. French believe that mixing water with wine is a sin, but Austrian are replying "They have no idea what they're missing out on".


The Kaiser Spritzer

The Emperors' Spritzer is an authentic Austrian long drink for hot summer days. The perfect mixture of the classic white wine spritzer with one of Austrians favourite Edelflower cordial, served with a lime wedge and leaves of mint gives you a divine experience.



Glühwein is typical drink, served at the traditional Christmas Markets. The heavenly scents of wine, cinnamon, vanilla, orange and cloves prevail during winter make Christmas time even more magical.

About Heidi's

Heidi's fortune pub has just moved to the neighborhood! we are here to get you closer to Austrian coffee as well as German sausages and beer. Bratwurst, Kasekrainer, Kapuziner but also many more flavours would tickle your taste buds for sure.

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