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


Steak Lunch

New Town Prague

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


Chocolate Trdelník

Old Town Prague

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


Gingerbread Cookies

Sweet treats at the Gingerbread Museum in Old Prague.


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.


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


Hotel Breakfast Buffet Plate

Old Town Prague

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


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


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.


A Grog in Prague

Lesser Town Prague

A traditional Grog is rum that has been watered down.


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


Apple Strudel

Old Town Prague

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


Five Beer and Cider Sampler

I liked the cider, not a beer drinker.

At the Czech Beer Museum in Prague.


Ice Cream Sundae

Stari Grad Prague

Chocolate and coffee ice cream with assorted biscuits and sweets.


Blueberry Pancakes and a Cappuccino

Kampa Island, Prague

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


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.


Dessert Strawberry Pancakes

Stari Grad Prague

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


Eat well – Travel often…

Yours Truly in Prague

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