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Tag / Food | Drink
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Though from the outside you may be tricked into thinking this building is located in the center of Prague, Castle Praha is actually a Czech brewery and restaurant located in the town of Mapo-gu, in the Hongdae region of Seoul, South Korea. The exterior of Castle Praha was made by Koreans to look just like Prague´s Old...
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Waf-Waf is a restaurant located in Holešovice. It serves delicious and beautiful waffles that are perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. Their hip little shop is small but daunts trendy music and amazing food that looks so great that it attracts bloggers and photographers from all around the world. Yes – all around the...
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Serving up Chinese tea imported from Malaysia, Tea Mountain is a tea house located in the Karlin district of Prague. The ambiance is modern, yet tranquil. It is a great place to sit back, read, sip a cup of tea, and unwind. Czechs love tea and though there are many tea houses around Prague, Tea...
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If you are from a Czech family or you read our blog often, you will have probably heard of, or seen one of our recent posts about Obložené Chlebíčky. These are THE Czech finger foods, they’re super easy, and they can also make for an entire meal. There are many places that sell many different kinds...
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Obložené Chlebíčky are a simple, open face sandwich style snack that are served everywhere in the Czech Republic… And not only in every restaurant but in every home as well. Chlebíčky can be made with anything your heart desires, ask any Czech and they will tell you that growing up, their mother would fix them up...
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When someone says Beer Cheese, most people immediately think of German “Oom-pah-pah” music and soft pretzels, and if you are among those who believe this is the origin of the cheese then you are completely right… The term ‘Beer Cheese’ is literally translated from the originally German word for the Weisslacker cheese, ‘bierkäse’. Weisslacker is a stinky...
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Prague is a city that is known for its cuisine. However, you do not have to go to an expensive restaurant to taste real Czech treats. Throughout the city you can find various stands, stalls, and vendors selling delicious Czech foods such as sausages, potatoes, fried cheese, and pastries. Some of the best street food...
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Located in Old Town, Prague this quaint little shop called Perníčkův Sen, which seriously translates to Gingerbread Dream, is the best place to find original gingerbread in Prague. Inside, the store is small and looks like a dollhouse with handmade pillows and baskets for decoration. They sell aprons, gingerbread, cookies, cakes, and all kinds of other Czech...
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A large majority of Americans consider hot dogs an all American meal, made for roasting on the grill while having a summer barbecue party with friends or a staple at outdoor activities. They are a family favorite, a game-day must have, and kids love them, but many people have forgotten the original ways of eating these...
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Cacao Prague is a cafe combining healthy American favorites with Czech flavors. Open for breakfast and lunch, they’re serving up all natural delicacies like homemade ice cream, gelatos, finger sandwiches, tarts, cakes, soups, bagels, and of course acai bowls. Cacao prides themselves on using no artificial flavors, and you can taste the difference. Cacao takes healthy...
December is here again (so quickly!) and today we are looking at Moravian and Bohemian gingerbread designs from the Czech Republic. Back home, gingerbread is eaten year round and beautifully decorated cookies are given on all occasions. You can purchase cookies with designs or harder loaves of gingerbread which is often grated into recipes. Walking...
Czechs love nothing more than lard (pork fat or sádlo) and cracklings on bread accompanied with some mustard, a bit of onion, a pickle, and a nice Czech beer. Eating this delicious combination has been known to evoke moments of genuine human joy. Seriously. Sit in any Czech pub on a cold winter night and see the...