Traveling means three things really – looking at great buildings and overeating and taking pictures of good food we eat. We got a suggestion to go to the Beer House for a good traditional Czech dinner and that is what we did. The beer is brewed in houses in a dizzying array of crazy flavours.
We had fried cheese, deep fried mushrooms, pork with bacon dumplings, and potato dumplings with smoked pork and sauerkraut, two apple strudels and a test flight of eight beers, juice, water, coffee, soups and an ice cream sunday all for €40.00.
Yum. Are you able to read Czech? Do people speak English there? It all looks so nice – I was there 20 years ago, but we haven’t been as a family. On the to-do list.
Everything is in English, everyone speaks English and if they don’t Czech is very close to Polish so its not too hard – just sounds funny to us. We are already planning our next trip here. Its amazing, and amazing cheap and stunning all around!
Enjoy. Say hi to the family!
Tomek forgot to mention that we ordered the *small* entrees. I’m not sure who could possibly eat the larger portions or how such a feat could be accomplished.
Salivating. Looks tremendously delicious.
I accept the challenge! Although after the 300g portion of fried cheese with potatoes we had today this may need to wait.