When you don’t know where to go, check out the portal at www.czechspecials.cz
. There is a well-arranged list of restaurants that bear the label Czech Specials
. When you go to one of these restaurants you can be sure that you will get traditional Czech cuisine in the best quality
. And which restaurants should you not miss?
Chateau Mcely and the Piano Nobile restaurant
The five-star hotel at Chateau Mcely
in Central Bohemia
has been open for several years and it is certainly a place worth visiting. The Piano Nobile
restaurant only has a few dozen seats available, however it offers a la carte meals as well as degustation menu, or a picnic in the landscape park for your enjoyment. In summer, it is nice to have lunch or dinner on the Chateau patio
with a beautiful view of the countryside.
Miura Mountain Hotel
is a design hotel that connects design, art, golf and nature in a unique way – in the very heart of the Beskydy Mountains
. The hotel is located right next to a golf course
, where the Czech Open takes place every year. The local restaurant offers a menu based on the Czech local cuisine
and on fresh regional ingredients
. You can try goat cheese with rowanberries, lamb chops with apricots and Wallachian frgál (a large sweet pie with pear jam), or pork cheeks on beer with creamy potatoes.
Purkmistr Restaurant – Pivovarský dvůr
If you go to Plzen
and fail to have a beer, it’s as if you’ve never been there. The locals definitely will not hear a word against Pivovarský dvůr
. The restaurant has a unique atmosphere; the interior respects the historical meaning of the entire building
and gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the technology of beer-brewing. In the front part of the restaurant, there are copper brewing houses and the bar is directly connected to the brewery tanks, from which all the beers brewed there are drawn. In summer it is home to the Sun in Glass
beer festival, a festival showcasing interesting beers from Czech microbreweries.
U Fleků Restaurant and Brewery U Fleků
in the centre of Prague
is one of the most famous and oldest places where you can go to get a good meal and beer. The restaurant and the brewery were first mentioned in written records at the end of the 15th century. You can try a wide range of traditional old Bohemian meals
: from cold and warm starters, such as homemade collared pork with vinegar and onion or Prague ham, through classic soups, to main dishes such as goulash or roasted pig’s knee. And in addition to that, you can try the local Flekovský ležák (lager)
Třešť Chateau Hotel
The chateau in Třešť
on the border of South Bohemia
is not far from Telč
, a city registered as a UNESCO site. The chateau in Třešť was built in the 14th century and today there is a hotel and a very good restaurant inside the chateau. The menu includes the best from world cuisines
as well as local specialties
. Who wouldn’t want to sample the local delicacies, including plum dumplings with poppy seeds?