Hotspots in Prague // Where did I eat?

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Hello everyone!

Today’s post will be all about the food and drinks I had in Prague. I had a few very good things and I really want to share my tips with you, let’s go!

First thing we did was trying the most popular dish of the Eastern European countries, goulash soup! It was extremely tasty and a lot of flavors exploded in my mouth. It is a filling soup with meat, potatoes and seasoning. I loved it! You can try this in almost every common restaurant in Prague.

The Czech republic is a very meat-based country and every dish contains a ton of meat. I had this homemade burger with potatoes in a local pub. We were the only tourists in here, which was very nice because you really get to know the Czech way of life.

 

This food is from a little place called ‘Sisters’, because two sisters make the food and run the place. It was very tasty and a trendy hotspot. We got this soup of the day with saffron and toasts with roast beef, salmon and eggs.

This meat-focused dish was taken in Prague’s number 1 restaurant, Navo Mesto. It is a butcher and cooks your food while you wait for it. It was delicious! This hotspot is definitely worth a visit.

A lovely hot chocolate we had by the water. It was really just chocolate melted in a cup, because this was such a sweet and gooey cocoa!

I had this pretty coffee at a local coffee shop. I loved the latte art! It was a very soft and comforting taste. I just got a regular latte and it was great!

We wanted a meal without meat so we decided to go for this vegan restaurant. It was also very high on the list of best restaurants. This is a burger with tofu and a homemade lemonade.

This restaurant, called U Kroka was a little bit more expensive but it was amazing. We really had a foodgasm. The flavors were delicious! We got a typical Czech sirloin steak with truffle sauce and man, it was out of this world!

That was it for today everyone! If you didn’t eat before reading this and it made you extremely hungry, I am sorry about that! Prague is a beautiful city and offers a lot of great food. It is definitely worth a visit. 

What is your next trip? 

Your Belgian blogger,

xoxo, Tessa

Disclaimer: Not sponsored. I bought everything with my own money. All opinions are my own and pictures are taken by me. 

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