hotel, holidays by Vortal City Network
on simple ingredients and recipes that have been passed
on from one generation to another for centuries, the
Czech cuisine offers unique dishes that satisfy even
by the most demanding gourmets. From the numerous Czech
bread varieties -at least a dozen, to the classic onion
and potato soup -that usually is served as the main
course, the Czech cuisine is tasty and nutritious. Among
the most famous dishes we would like to name the Czech
dumplings (Knedliky) usually prepared with beef or fish
dough, but also with fruit dough. Another dish that
is often ordered by locals as well as tourists is the
carp, the "national fish" par excellence. The dearest
meat specialties are usually made of duck or goose meat
prepared in different ways, and usually accompanied
by a delicate sauce made out of dill and horseradish.
The Czech cuisine is best enjoyed accompanied by a bottle
of Czech beer, the national beverage of a land with
a very long tradition. The Czech beer consumption on
a per capita basis is at the top of the world's charts.
At the square of the little city, this restaurant is
open until late and serves great international cuisine.
U zlate hrusky
Novy Svet 3
Near the castle, this restaurant features specialties
of the Czech tradition.
On the Kampa Island, the restaurant is located at the
river bank. The menu is primarily composed of fish specialties.
This establishment falls under the best restaurants
of the city and has a large variety of fish dishes.
U modrè kachnicky
Homely and always crowded, this restaurant offers great
A piece of France in Prague and a music bar. It is always
Great Italian restaurant.
This restaurant has an international feel but serves local
dishes. The kitchen remains open until late at night.
A rustic restaurant that features excellent Czech cuisine.
U Sovovych mlynu 1
On the Kampa Island, this restaurant offers great fish
is a lively and culturelly active city that offers to
its residents and to its tourists numerous options to
enjoy their free time. A night in Prague could start
or end on one of the many famous Czech breweries that
stage the rituals of an ancient tradition in a country
that produces some of the world's most famous beers.
To enjoy a good "Pilsner" or any of the other less famous
Czech beer types you could choose one of Prague 's historic
breweries or you could experiment one of the more recent
establishments. Jazz and Rock clubs welcome those who
are looking for new and old music styles. A good alternative
to live music and exhibits are the experimental theatre
plays offered by the many theatre companies of the city.
These theatres not only feature plays and ballet, but
also pantomime and the traditional marionette shows.
This old brewery is one of Prague 's most frequented.
Historic establishment where Hasek thought of the soldier
Underground Brewery near the Venceslao Square
U Snedeneho Kramu
U Stalete baby
U Cerneho orla
|rock & jazz club
Club U Maleho Glena
Narodni tr 20
Aghart Jazz centrum
Vaclavske namesti 21