Restaurants in Prague: Beyond the Traditional

Restaurants in Prague: Beyond the Traditional, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

I’m not going to write about goulash and pig’s knees. Restaurants in the tourist areas of Prague bombard you with signs advertising these traditional Czech dishes. Tourists sit at sidewalk tables with ginormous plates of meat and mugs of beer in front of them. And everyone is happy, so I’m not saying that you shouldn’t eat goulash and pig’s knees in Prague…they are delicious. But I’m not going to write about them because there is so much more to Prague’s restaurant scene.

Get outside of the Old Town and you will find the restaurants of a younger generation of Czechs. They embrace the same elements as other top food destinations, like using seasonal, local produce and applying modern techniques to traditional ingredients. Meat is likely to be locally sourced and perhaps even butchered by the chefs themselves. Tasting menus are replacing a la carte menus. Vietnamese food is hugely popular. There is a large Vietnamese population in Prague and good availability of Asian products. Hence, there are Vietnamese bánh mì and pho restaurants all over the city. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Restaurants in Prague: Beyond the Traditional
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Julia B. Wilde
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  • Blue Fjord

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