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Food and drink in Prague
Czech people are well-known for their positive attitude to food and Czech cuisine is famous all over the world.
Everyone knows the Czech bread dumplings, hearty sauces and thick soups. This is one of the reasons Prague is full of restaurants focused on traditional Czech cuisine.
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Food and drink in Prague
Here you can taste the unique svíčková sauce or the real roast pork with sauerkraut and bread dumplings (knedlo-vepřo-zelo). And after a good lunch or dinner, don't forget to have a proper Czech beer.
However, if you also like other cuisines of the world, you will never get bored in Prague. You will find a number of Chinese bistros, Japanese sushi restaurants, Thai and Mexican restaurants and also Italian pizza places that are sought after by thousands of Italian food lovers in the Czech Republic. Fast food restaurants are another solution for quick and quality food, if you don't want to spend too much time in a restaurant. Hamburger restaurants and new special bistros with a selection of hot dogs have been more and more popular recently. Foodies will appreciate markets selling fresh foods from local Czech farmers.
Don't forget to visit thai restaurant Yam Yam or also thai restaurant NEB.O.
Prices for food and drink in Prague
And what about prices? The average food prices are quite varied; you can eat expensively but also very cheap. Even in the centre of Prague you can find cheap restaurants offering the so-called lunch or daily menus. The prices for a soup, main course and a dessert in these restaurants range from CZK 150 to 300.The prices are double or triple in more expensive places. Your choice of a restaurant always depends on your possibilities and taste. Or try this app, its all about Czech restaurants, reviews, places, prices.
Beer is the most popular Czech drink. Every Czech restaurant has many kinds of big brand beers on the tap (e.g. Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus, Kozel, Bernard, Holba and others) and you can also find many family breweries. In Prague and its near vicinity there are currently about 25 family breweries. High quality beer is brewed for example in Únětický pivovar, Pivovarský dvůr Chyně or Břevnovský klášter in Praha 6. You can find a separate article about Czech beer here.
Beer is sold in restaurants and also in specialized beer bars and beer shops. For those who would like to learn more about its history there are beer museums (e.g. The Beer Museum in Husova Street) and beer spas (Budweiser Budvar, Bernard or Krušovice).