Alternative cooking in Prague

Alternative Breakfast

Alternative Breakfast

I love salted breakfasts… here are my best in these Czech days!

Alternative Breakfast

Alternative Breakfast

Alternative Breakfast

Alternative Breakfast

It is freezing outside so a hot beverage is a must!

Fruit infusion

Fruit infusion

Or a hot soup, of course.

Onion soup

Onion soup

Soya meat: looked and tasted just like meat!

Soya meat: looked and tasted just like meat!

I finish working and I am starving, I enter in the first restaurant that I found in my way back to the hotel.

Well, I have actually skipped an Irish Pub and a Chinese restaurant.

At first I don’t understand what it is… I have been captured by the atmosphere and I definitely was too hungry to walk with this bloody cold!

“Leskovacki ustipci”: beef and pork minced meat, bacon, onion, cheese kackavalj, hot pepper, garlic

The picture has a mere documentary aim but does not render justice to the taste of these meatballs. My mobile keeps on doing poor quality photos when the lights are dim.

The family nearby me is Spanish, the others in the small restaurant are all tourists but I couldn’t tell the nationality because I can hear only the kid that is screaming!

It is definitely not for onion and garlic haters but I have just loved it.

The place is called Sing I dunum and it is located in Belehradska, 92 in the district of Prague 2.

Czech potage

Czech potage

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