There is a good variety of dining choices in Prague. In the past decade, hundreds
of new places have opened to serve the soaring tourist demand.
Traditional Czech dishes consist of a lot of fried or roasted meat,
usually pork or beef, and on special occasions game or fish, served with dumplings,
potatoes or rice, in a sauce, simply prepared without strong spices.
Check out the likes of:
Pork served with dumplings and sauerkraut (Knedlo-Vepro-Zelo);
Pot-roasted beef in a rich creamy
vegetable sauce and cranberries (Svickova);
Potato pancake (Bramborak).
Do not forget to try sweet dishes, such as:
Fruit Dumplings (Kynute Knedliky s Ovocem), Strudel (Strudl) and Pancakes (Palacinky).
no one misses the chance to taste Czech beer!
Beer goes very well with the Czech national cuisine, as well. For Czechs,
it would be unimagineable for the Czech national meal
(roasted pork, cabbage and the famous Czech dumplings)
to be accompanied by any beverage other than beer.
The best known are Pilsner Urquell, Prague Staropramen
and Budweiser Budvar.