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What I ate in CZECH REPUBLIC – Part One | A Food Journal

Two trips into Czech Republic equaled out to a lot of food and drink. As a food and travel blogger, this has always been a typical thing for me, and I always intertwine the food culture of a country with my travels. I feel it is important to engage all the senses while visiting any country. 

Greetings from Prague!

My travels through Czech Republic have taken me beyond Prague, which I am grateful for. Oh yes people, there is a whole other country beyond Praha. I suggest to hop a train, hire a driver, or take an organized day trip to cities outside the capital. You can learn a lot about the history Czechia, as well as its food and drink scene.

From trying Trdelník to eating a pig knuckle, my food journal of the Czech Republic- Part One

For my additional Czech Republic food blog – What I ate in the Czech Republic – Part Two | A Food Journal

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Czech Goulash and Carlsbad Dumplings

This was one of the best Goulash and Carlsbad Dumplings I tried, and was from Café Louvre, which is less than a 10 minute walk from Old Town. It is also a few minute walk from U’Fleku, so you can do both in one trip.

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Pho and Fresh Spring Roll

Beef pho soup, fresh shrimp spring roll, and house made red chili sauce.

Vietnamese food from Pho Vietnam Tuan & Lan in Prague – Address: 120 00 Prague, Czech Republic

For restaurant information and my YELP Review – Read Trixie N.‘s review of Pho Vietnam Tuan & Lan on Yelp

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Caramel Trdelník

Caramel lined trdelník, also known as a chimney cake.

Trdelník from MLS Creperie Kajovska in Cesky Krumlov – Address: Latran 12, Cesky Krumlov,

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Foie Gras Torchon

Foie Gras Torchon, bread and a glass of chardonnay.

Lunch at Restaurant Pod Vezi by Charles Bridge and Lesser Town.

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Sausage Skewer and Fries

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Stari Grad, Prague

Assorted grilled sausages, peppers, french fries and a vegetable garnish.

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A Shot of Czech Liqueur

At the oldest brewery and beer hall in Prague – U Fleku

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Local Trout Lunch

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Karlovy Vary

Whole fresh trout, herbed potatoes, and a vegetable garnish.

For city information – Karlovy Vary – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Discovering the Czech Republic

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Mineral Water in Karlovy Vary

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I still have that mug!

Healing mineral water from a fountain inside the pump room in Karlovy Vary.

For city information – Karlovy Vary – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Discovering the Czech Republic

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Hotel Breakfast Buffet

A traditional Czech breakfast at Hotel Venezia in Prague.

For hotel information and my Yelp review – Read Trixie N.‘s review of Hotel Venezia on Yelp

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Dining Car Breakfast

Breakfast – Assorted breads, ham, cheese, and coffee.

On board a retro dining car, while on a train from Prague to Dresden, Germany.

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Croissant and Espresso

Wenceslas Square, Prague

A flaky buttery croissant and a caffe, while people watching.

At Da Capo Cafe & Bar in Prague.

For my Yelp review – Read Trixie N.‘s review of Da Capo Cafe & Bar on Yelp

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Raspberry Tart

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Wenceslas Square, Prague

Traditional raspberry tart with a drizzle of raspberry glaze.

Tart from Paul French Bakery and Cafe in Prague.

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Smažený Vepřový Řízek and Bramboráky

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Stari Grad, Prague

Breaded and fried pork cutlets, savory potato pancakes, and a vegetable garnish.

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Pork Knuckle

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U Fleku, Prague

Roasted pork knuckle, vegetable garnish, and condiments of mustard and horseradish.

At the oldest brewery in Prague, U Fleku.

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Cherry Cheesecake

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Pilsner Urquell Brewery

Czech style cheesecake, topped with cherries, whipped cream, and nuts.

For restaurant and brewery information, please visit the official website – Pilsner Urquell Brewery 

For my brewery blog – Pilsner Urquell Brewery | Discovering Czech Republic

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Unfiltered Beer at Pilsner Urquell Brewery

Unfiltered beer straight from the tap.

For restaurant and brewery information, please visit the official website – Pilsner Urquell Brewery 

For my brewery blog – Pilsner Urquell Brewery | Discovering Czech Republic

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SMAŽENÝ SÝR

Fried cheese, french fries, and salad.

At Restaurace U Salzmannů in Pilsen. For restaurant information please see their official website – Restaurace U Salzmannu

Pilzen information – Plzeň – Home of Pilsner Urquell | Discovering Czech Republic

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Americano and a Donut

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Raspberry jelly donut and a cup of Americano (espresso and hot water)

At Café NG Sternberk, located inside Prague Castle.

For Cafe information and my Five Star Yelp Review – Read Trixie N.‘s review of Café NG Šternberk on Yelp

Information Prague Castle – Prague’s Castle District | Discovering the Czech Republic

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Czech Cheeses

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A hotel in Pilsen

For our breakfast breads – assorted Czech cheeses, butter, honey and jams.

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Love is the food of life. Travel is the dessert…

– Amanda Jane Sturges
Yours Truly in Prague

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