What to Eat in Prague
When you think about Prague, the first things coming to your mind are the beauty of the historical centre, the riverbank on the Moldau, the Prague Castle, the romanticism of some glimpses, the countless attractions for tourists. It’s unlikely that you will think about czech cuisine as an additional incentive to come visit this beautiful city. And this is a mistake.
Czech cuisine, similar to German or Austrian cuisine, is mailny based on meat. In Prague center you will find a countless quantity of restaurants specialized in the Czech cuisine, many of them will be good, some other will not. Prague Vacations, in another post, suggests the best Prague restaurants offering a quality Czech cuisine. But now we want to talk about what to eat
Main dishes of Czech cuisine
Vepřo knedlo zelo
Is the typical Czech dish. Roast pork with bread dumplings and stewed cabbage or sauerkrout.
Beef sirloin in cream sauce, with bread dumplings, often served with a slice of lemon and cramberries.
Roast pork knee.
Fried cheese, served with french fires or boiled potatoes and tartare sauce. You can find it in different variations, the most common is the one using the cheese “eidam”. In other variations the cheese is niva (blue cheese) or hermelin (a cheese similar to brie or camembert).
Similar to the French steak tartare, Simile alla tartare francese, il tatarak is raw beef mixed with egg zolk, onions, mustard, salt, pepper, paprika and ketchup. Served with crispz bread.
It’s a typical pub snack, hermelin cheese (similar to Brie) pickled with peppers, garlic and other spices.