In March me and Steven went on a little city break to Prague, I'm always looking for places to eat when I'm away somewhere so I thought I would do my own little Where to Eat Guide if any of you are visiting Prague!
We stopped here for breakfast before some shopping at Wenceslas Square, it's just around the corner. The decor here is so cute, the lady who worked here was also really nice (sometimes a rare occurrence in Prague!). I had French Toast pancakes with yoghurt and fruit and Steven had and a crepe with bacon, goats cheese and a side salad. We also couldn't resist a slice of cake too!
We ventured out a little to get breakfast on our last day, it was quite busy here and we waited a little before getting a table. They specialise in coffee here so great if you love coffee, the service wasn't particularly friendly but the food was great! I had poached eggs on spinach and toast with hollandaise sauce and Steven had a full breakfast with sausage, egg, bacon, beans, toast, tomatoes and mushrooms.
We visited here on our way to Prague Castle, it's not far from there. It was nice and friendly in here and the menu was really good! The homemade lemonade was fab too! I chose the pancakes with apple and cinnamon, it was the size of my plate! Steven had a savoury option with meats, cheeses, egg, salmon and bread!
We arrived just after lunchtime on our first day and wanted to grab something that was close, Fish & Chips was just around the corner. It was decked out London style but not tacky, it wasn't just a rip off Brit abroad restaurant, it was a Czech take on it. I had a fish sausage (yes really!) with lots of relish and onions with chips and Steven had regular fish and chips. It was super yummy and an easy lunch, it's nice and relaxed here and I loved that it was served on newspaper!
We weren't too hungry at lunch time on this day and I knew here served small tapas style Czech food. Again lovely decor and nice service we both went for the fried cheese sliders with pickle which were delicious, I also had a side of Brussel sprouts, they were seriously good! Steven also had ham and cheese croquettes.
Surprisingly I managed to drag Steven to an all vegetarian restaurant! I love the quirky hippy style feel here, even the waiters wore sandals! The service may have been a little too laid back as we were forgotten about a little. It was an experience here but still nice food, we both had pitta pizzas to start and I had the vegetable skewers with potato gratin and Steven had goats cheese with potato gratin, really yummy and good portion sizes. The desserts looked great, we asked for a menu but it never came!
Literally everywhere in Prague they make chimney cakes, there are stalls and shops all over! But if you want the best in Prague with a difference definitely visit here! It's just next to the Charles Bridge and they fill the chimney cakes with all sorts of yummy things! The outside is like a crunchy pastry cone with cinnamon sugar, I went for the strudel filling which was spicy apples and nuts topped with loads of cream! Steven went for the regular ice cream filling, they were out of this world!
Have you been to Prague?