Look beyond the main streets
Look beyond the main streets and explore some of the many alleyways . You will be surprised. In urgent need of a hot drink and somewhere to rest our weary feet we found a little cafe at the end of this alleyway just near Old Town Square.
Kelly's Tower: One step ahead
We found this typical "restaurace" on a sideway just next to the ain tourist paths. It ś situated in a nice backyard.
Favorite Dish: We again had a Hermelin, the typical cheese as a starter and it tasted differently form the one we had the other day. It still was very tasty. After that we tried the Gulas soup, which was nice but not the right meal for a hot days lunch. It made us sweat even more :)
We sat in the yard and wrote postcards and relaxed for a while.
lots of places: potato soup in a loaf of bread
try this. but maybe not next to the cathedral in hradcany, its small and expensive there. This one was in a restaurant in the Jewish quarter.
cost around 2 $us and could have fed a small family for several days ;)
Favorite Dish: tasy and fillingRelated to:
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you just might run into Paris Hilton!!!: Be careful...
i just wont tell the name of the restaurant. sorry guys i promised Paris, i will keep my mouth shut. but then i got angry at her, she kept us waiting while flirting with some guy, a head shorter than her. what a material *** (whaaa VT censured my word. anyway, you know what that is!!):-)))
I'll let you know as soon as I find it!: A cosy café
Quiet, friendly café just a hundred metres or so from Charles Bridge on the Hladni Mesto side. I spent quite a bit of time here enjoying the beer, though they do coffee too, traditional Czech dishes and more cosmopolitan snacks.
Favorite Dish: Pilsner Urquell of course.
If you need an excuse for a beer :)
I don't remember a name of this restaurant - but if you wander around Kampa, you will find this restaurant/pub with garden sitting and a view of the water mill. There is no better place to rest your legs and have a beer :)
This is the place where we had...
This is the place where we had dinner.
Unfortunately I do not remember the name of it.
But it was Czech national one and they prepared their beer right there on the spot. You can see the pot's
in the picture.
Local bar in Vysehrad
We had a good meal at a local bar near the tourist information shop at Vysehrad (I think it may be called Penquin’s café) where the food was simple but tasty, the menu clearly stated the prices and the beer was only 20kc for 50cl. Great value. A meal for 2 adults with 3 beers for less than £4. (6 Euro).
Pravni Amerika: steakhouse in Prague
When you are with locals is better. This is outside the touristic center of Prague, you need a metro and bus ride to reach it ,but once here, you will have the best steakhouse in Prague, American style,meaning big portions good price
Favorite Dish: steaks of course, in many ways. barbecue sauce includedRelated to:
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Czech food is very similar in...
Czech food is very similar in appearance and taste to German food. High fat content, comfort food. Order up some Gambrinus to go along with it and it will taste a lot better! My favorite place to eat and people-watch is at a little outdoor cafe on Vaclavske namesti near the horse statue on the right side of the street, looking up the hill.
Favorite restaurant was...
Favorite restaurant was located in Dejvicka (name of the citypart and the street). There was also a pub with the same restaurantname at streetlevel, but cheap/good food was found at upstairs. English menus also available.
Favorite Dish: You should take a steak with pepper and cream... Fabulous.
I dont know the name but Its...
I dont know the name but Its Really good Chinese Food
I know your thinkin who the hell would go to Prague and eat Chinese food, but some people told us about it and how good it was and....They were right, it was soooo good and we all ate like 5 course meals with like 5 bottles of chinese plum wine and it only cost us about 5 dollars each
KOGU's Restaurant Tip
Favorite Dish: I ate kinda Stew several times.
It seems like there is a Stwe Culture...
I heard this dish is very typical Czech food.
The point is violet kinda cabbage !
Please try it.
I refrain from explain about the taste...(^^)
I don't remember it's name,...
I don't remember it's name, but it's one of the restaurants in the Town Hall - actually it's the one in the basement (there are two other restaurants on the ground floor - one of them with French food, I believe)
Kind and fast service; VERY cheap (we were 6 people, ate a three-course lunch with beers, wine and soft drinks, and it cost us 1800 krones - it's about US$48 - for all six of us together).
Favorite Dish: Veal - delicious
I remember eating at this...
I remember eating at this really good, and not too expensive restaurant right out on the Old Town Square. It had a big green canopy and lots of outdoor seating. Anyone know the name? Msg me, thanks! It was really good and please remember that if you sit inside the bill is 60% cheaper, seriously, that's what the staff told me.
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