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3 Days in Prague: Where to Eat?

“Ahoj” Kaptain Kenny readers and welcome to a foodie-instalment of Prague.

I don’t know about you but when I travel, food and coffee are the most important things in defining what sort of a time I’ll have. If I struggle to find tasty, healthy food or strong coffees, I walk away with a slightly sour taste in my mouth.

I did quite a bit of research before choosing these places. I looked at other blogs, I checked geotags on Instagram to see people’s real photos and then lastly, checked TripAdvisor. This is usually a good combination for deciding where to go and eat in a new city.

Have a look below at my stupendous findings! I hope you’ll take-away (pardon the pun) some of these suggestions and work them into your Prague schedule.

As this is just a short post, I’ll let you check out the photos but below you’ll find links to my previous Prague blogs.

(Where to Get the Best Views of Prague)

(Is the Prague Castle Worth the Hike?)

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Home Kitchen

– http://www.homekitchen.cz/en/ – I am still salivating over this meal. I had a roasted vegetable warm salad with goats cheese and pomegranate seeds. Comfort food and very healthy. Central location and worth a visit. (They also had a delicious looking quinoa, avocado and mango salad the day I went. Hard choices people, hard choices.)

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Very nice interior at Home Kitchen.

These boys are not being antisocial, they are deeply into their delicious meals!

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I don’t even think my photo does this meal’s justice. It was so good.

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Standing outside of Home Kitchen.

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Lots of wood & very stylish.

Restaurant Mincovna

– http://www.restauracemincovna.cz/ – I was very lucky to be taken here by my Czech friend. He said it’s a typical Czech restaurant and famous for brewing unpasteurised beer which means it’s the freshest beer you can get. Needless to say it tasted fabulous and was really inexpensive too. The two of us shared a starter and had a salad each. My salad was delicious with caramelised carrots and yellow beetroot. On top was oven roasted goats cheese.

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Restaurant Mincovna.

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Restaurant Mincovna.

Bake Shop

– http://www.bakeshop.cz/en/ – I’d never been so happy as when I laid my eyes upon their fresh food section. We’d been on a long walking tour and this cafe had it all. They had chicken breast skewers coated in tandoori and chicken with thai spices. I took two and asked her to put the chicken pieces on top of my bulgur and lentil salad. It’s exactly the kind of food I love. I think they also had pretty gourmet sandwiches, juices and pastries.

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I have never been so happy in my life as when I saw their fresh food and takeaway salad selection.

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Bake Shop – Prague.

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Bake Shop

Muj Salek Kavy

– http://www.mujsalekkavy.cz/ – Now before I delve into the topic of how GOOD their coffee was, I’d like to point out that my coffee post is coming next so I’ll stick to food for now. I came here for breakfast one morning and had delicious zucchini and parmesan frittatas.

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Muj Salek Kavy.

Lemon Leaf

– http://www.lemon.cz/homepage-en/ – This is hands down some of the best Thai I’ve ever eaten, and I come from Australia which happens to be in the Asia-Pacific…. a country full of great Asian restaurants. This is a green papaya salad with grilled prawns. The prawns were perfectly cooked and it was such a generous serving. The taste was unreal, something I’d happily go back to Prague for!

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Lemon Leaf.

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