Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, no sugar, bio…let’s look at the options and food alternatives in the Czech Republic.
Czech open sandwiches Chlebíčky are the star of any party
Chlebíčky are Czech open sandwiches and legendary party food.
Czech Dumplings Guide
Dumplings are an essential part of Czech cuisine. There are many types of dumplings from different ingredients, sweet and savory. Served as side dish, dessert or main course. Here’s an overview of the variety of Czech dumplings with recipes.
Unusual Beer in Prague – Gose, Lambic, Berliner Weisse…
One of the reasons why the Czech Republic is a popular tourist destination is its beer. There are many brands and the beverage is usually cheap. You might know famous Czech beer brands and maybe some of the smaller local brands, you might know the most common types like the 11°, 12°, non-filtered but did …
Czech Flour Guide
There are many types of flour in the Czech Republic and it can be a little overwhelming if you aren’t familiar with the local classification of flour. Czech flour doesn’t have to be a mystery though and we’ve prepared a simple guide that will help you navigate through the flour isles in the Czech grocery …
Medieval Restaurants in Czech Republic
Would you like to go back in time and see how kings and peasants used to dine? Some say that the path to understanding a culture leads through its cuisine and we can’t imagine a better way to learn about a country’s history than at a feast. And besides great food Czech medieval restaurants offer …
Zabíjačka – pig slaughter Czech way
Zabíjačka is a very special event in the Czech Republic and although many families decided to abandon the tradition of slaughtering their own pig they still purchase the products. And let us tell you, they are delicious.
Topinka – History and Present of Czech Fried Bread
Topinka is the simplest dish of the Czech cuisine. It could easily be called the food of the poor yet is can be so delicious that it’s hugely popular all over the country.
Hašlerky, legendary Czech bonbons, are 100 years old today
It is December 13, 1920 and František Lhotský, a Czech businessman, just convinced the singer and actor Karel Hašler to give his surname to the empresario’s bonbons. Hašler was reluctant at first saying he didn’t want people to have him in their mouths constantly. In the end, he signed the contract and the name of …
Typical Czech Beverages
Thirsty? Here are the most typical Czech Beverages that you’ll get in (almost) every pub and restaurant.