July 26th 2019

Czech cuisine is full many renowned delicacies, but on the other hand, it hides some tricky things. The locals swear on these dishes but what about you? Are you curious enough and also brave enough to try them?

Let’s go on a tour of the strangest Czech dishes, which are hard to find on your Hilton or Marriott’s plate, but are inherently part of the Czech tradition.

Let’s start gently — mushroom schnitzels. Czechs love mushrooming and also like sliced ​​mushrooms treated as a Vienna schnitzel. A fairy tale with mashed potatoes.
As our grandmothers said – all mushrooms are edible – some but unfortunately only once 

So far, so good? Gothay salami with raw onion, vinegar, salt and black pepper was a popular snack during communism. The taste of this appetizer is robust 🙂

The third favourite is classic thick and strong tripe soup. Couldn’t have been missing in any restaurant for two hundred years, but today is very occasionally to see on menu 🙂
When you can do it, it’s a delicacy!

Brawn with onion and vinegar – a classic in traditional pig killing in Czech villages. Also black pudding, special sausage !! And a pig-killing soup and hail … Piglet is killed usually in February, and it’s definitely not a spectacle for the faint of heart. And the three specialities mentioned above also require a lot of courage …

And the winner is cheese! Two kinds of cheese, actually. You definitely don’t want these with your wine. And in fact, it’s hard to say which one smells more horrible. Whether Olomoucke tvaruzky mature cheese made from skimmed milk (protected by the EU as a local speciality) or Romadur, originally from Belgium a favourite of communist times. They both smell so awful that you might even cut the air around them!

So it was a little about bit stranges Czech dished. Did you try some of them? Fancy to try? If you rather like classic Czech cousine, try for instance our Short walking food tour. Our promise : not such an surprises !! 🙂

Dear customers,

I am deeply sorry to inform you that unfortunately our company will no longer be able to provide any trips and as of today, we are closing all the bookings.

This decision was hard to make and it came as a result of a sudden death of our CEO, who also was my beloved father, and we are not able to provide an adequate experience for you as we need some time to deal with both practical matters and our grief.

I would like to kindly ask you to cancel your reservations yourselves, so you are able to get the full refund as soon as possible.

If you had a chance to enjoy any of our trips with Láďa (Vladimir), I whole-heartedly believe you have enjoyed yourselves and created some unforgettable memories together and I hope as well that Láďa will be remembered in your hearts in the same way that he is in mine. I would be pleased to hear about your experiences with my dad and if you'd like to send me any photos, stories or memories, I greatly encourage you to do so.

Thank you for your understanding and your cooperation in these difficult times.

Should there be any other questions, don’t hesitate to contact me via my personal e-mail: barbora.stejskal@gmail.com or phone: +420 603 382 933


Barbora Stejskal

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