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What I ate in the Czech Republic – Part Two | 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 Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic!

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 Trdelník to Goulash and Bread Dumplings, my food journal of the Czech Republic- Part Two

For my additional Czech Republic food blog – What I ate in CZECH REPUBLIC – Part One | A Food Journal

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Steak Lunch

New Town Prague

Medium rare steak, green beans with garlic, and french fries.

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Chocolate Trdelník

Old Town Prague

A chocolate lined trdelník, which is also known as a chimney cake.

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Gingerbread Cookies

Sweet treats at the Gingerbread Museum in Old Prague.

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Czech Goulash and Knedliky

Stari Grad, Prague

Traditional beef goulash in a brown onion gravy, Czech bread dumplings, and garnished with white onions and a pepper relish.

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Czech Beer Pub Crawl

Tasting a variety of Czech beers. I am not a beer drinker, but I did like the Gambrinus.

Tour info – Prague Pub Crawl

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Hotel Breakfast Buffet Plate

Old Town Prague

Traditional breakfast – bread, sausage, cheese, and vegetable garnish.

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Czech Street Food Festival

Delicious and freshly prepared Czech sausages, steaks, potatoes and vegetables.

Enjoyed at Prague Castle – Prague’s Castle District | Discovering the Czech Republic

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Czech Goulash and Dumplings

New Town Prague

Traditional beef goulash in a brown onion gravy, Czech bread dumplings, and a side of berries and sour cream.

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A Grog in Prague

Lesser Town Prague

A traditional Grog is rum that has been watered down.

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Chinese Hot Chili Beef, Rice, and a Green Tea

Hot Chili Beef, white rice, and green tea.

Lunch at Čínská Restaurace Shang Hai in Prague – Address: Anglická 551/6 Prague, Praha 120 00

For restaurant information and my YELP review – Read Trixie N.‘s review of Čínská restaurace Shang Hai on Yelp

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Apple Strudel

Old Town Prague

Apple strudel with powdered sugar, caramel sauce and ice cream.

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Five Beer and Cider Sampler

I liked the cider, not a beer drinker.

At the Czech Beer Museum in Prague.

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Ice Cream Sundae

Stari Grad Prague

Chocolate and coffee ice cream with assorted biscuits and sweets.

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Blueberry Pancakes and a Cappuccino

Kampa Island, Prague

Fluffy style pancakes topped with powdered sugar, blueberries, and a side of sour cream.

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Pork Ribs with Red Onions, Mustard and Horseradish

One of the better restaurants we tried was 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. Cafe Louvre serves delicious pork ribs and excellent goulash.

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Dessert Strawberry Pancakes

Stari Grad Prague

Thin dessert pancakes similar to crepes, and topped with syrup, strawberries and whipped cream.

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Eat well – Travel often…

Yours Truly in Prague

🌎 Thank you for visiting my website and NEVER STOP EXPLORING!

📸 All photos are taken by me and are my intellectual property – Trixie Navarre

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