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Beyond Tourist Traps: Finding Culinary Delights in Malá Strana and Hradčany

On a stroll through Prague Castle and the Lesser Town, you might assume renowned restaurants are scarce. But tucked away amidst souvenir shops stands lie several culinary treasures. Let’s unveil these hidden gems!   Tāst This Michelin-starred gem shines not only for its charming, semi-secluded location on Šporkova Street but also for its delightfully unpretentious ambiance. Chef Mirek Vykysalý focuses on exceptional ingredients, crafting dishes that pair beautifully with an extensive wine list. While vegetarian options are limited, everything else is flawless. However, Tāst is a dinner-only affair, and reservations are highly recommended due to its intimate size.     Visualizza questo post su Instagram   Un post condiviso da tāst (@tastrestaurantprague) Kuchyň Slightly more upscale and lively, Kuchyň on Hradčanské náměstí corner offers another fantastic culinary experience. They expertly balance traditional Czech cuisine with modern twists. Add a regularly changing menu and perfectly poured Pilsner, and you have a winning combination.   Visualizza questo post su Instagram   Un post condiviso da Kuchyň (@kuchyn_na_hrade) Bistro Monk Not just Czech fare tickles the taste buds. This second branch of the popular brunch bistro, located on Maltézské náměstí, welcomes you with modern international cuisine. The menu offers what you’d expect from...

by Prague Morning Feb 27, 2024

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