Eating In Prague
We tried some of the Prague sweet specialties, like the trdelnik
. Impossible for us topronounce! On every corner in the city centre you find a stand where people grill these rolleddough’s. You can fill them with vanilla crème, chocolate or even ice cream.It seems like the Prague people like to hide their restaurants, because it is difficult to seewhat they look like from the outside. But they are often quite surprising once you enter!
Vegetarian Restaurant In Prague
Oneof the most surprising restaurants was "Clear Head
".In Prague they love meat, so for me as a vegetarian it was quite a challenge to find a decentmeal. That’s why we checked the internet for some recommendations and we found outabout this amazing place. "Clear Head" only serves vegetarian food and it aims to satisfy oursenses and clears our mind. In a building that is over 500 years old a cute fairytale likerestaurant was hidden. It had a homy feeling, with two different rooms, both designed byartists. One had a sky full of stars on the ceiling and the other one looked like you just atemagic mushrooms. The mushrooms even stood on the tables as lamps and lighted up thetables, which on its turn seemed to give light themselves. A space experience, with freshand tasty food.
Location: Boršov 280/2, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město.
Riverside Restaurant in Prague
A place that isn’t hidden at all, is riverside restaurant "SmetanaQ Café & Bistro
". This is a really fancy place with hugewindows. Strike down in the sun on the bench in the window and enjoy a cup of tea or apiece of cake. They also serve great smoothie bowls for breakfast.
Location: Smetanovo nábř. 334/4,110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město.
Industrial Style Home Kitchen Restaurant
In an industrial style you can have a good meal in one of the "Home Kitchen
" restaurants.Quirky and modern. It’s on the other side of the Moldau river, which is a great area to walkaround.
Location: Radlická 3185/1C, Anděl, 150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov- Smíchov.
Breakfast At Louvre Café in Prague
The other day we had breakfast at the "Louvre Café
". Since the opening in 1902 it has beenrepresented as the pinnacle of Prague café society, centre of cultural life. Even AlbertEinstein came here! It serves traditional Chez meals, and is popular for the Czech as well asfor tourists.
Location: Národní 22, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město.
Pasta In Prague
If you are looking for a place to eat homemade pasta, go to "Pasta Fresca
". You wouldeasily walk by, because it’s once again a hidden restaurant. You would not expect it whenyou enter, but the basement is actually quite big! It is really popular, so make sure tomake a reservation.
Location: Celetná 11, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město.
Crepe With Ice Cream, Hot Blueberries And Nutella
One of the things I still keep talking about when people ask me about my trip to Prague, isthe crepe with ice cream, hot blueberries and Nutella. O my god, that was so delicious!There’s nothing that could make us more happy after being exhausted of the long walk. Weate it at a small café with a vintage look, called "Cisty Stul
". The salad with beetroot and bakedgoat cheese was yummy too.
Location: Vítězná 419/15, Malá Strana, 15001 Praha-Smíchov.