PRAGUE / PRAG > Ceska Kuchyne: "a great lunch in Prague for just 3,3 ?uros" Top 5 Page for this destination Czech Republic Restaurant Tip by globetrott

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  my favorite self-service-restaurant in Prague
by globetrott

This is a really cheap self-service restaurant in the centre of Prague, close to "Karlova" in the street "Husova"
THIS is a place, where local people go, and the food is really great !!
English and german menus are printed in the windows ONLY , BUT inside, everything is written in Czech ONLY .
BUT many of the servants speak very good german ( maybe also english ??) -

Favorite Dish: In summer 2003 I had a Bortsch-soup ( in a very big bowl, that might be enough for a small hunger ) 16 Kr. (0,50 $)
1 roll and some sort of goulash with Sauerkraut and 4 dumplings ( they actually charge them by
slices !)
and 1 litre of Pilsner Urquell...
In total I payed the incredible amount of 105 Kronen ( ca. 3,3 ?uro) and it tasted great and was too much for me with that great,thick Bortsch soup.

ooooo ooooo ooooo ooooo

In december 2004 the prices were partly a bit higher, and my meal of 2003 would have been around 120 Kronen (4 Euro)
This time I tried the "Potatoe-rolls with poppy" - Kartoffelnudeln mit Mohn - a small portion for 29 Kronen, and a big protion for 43 Kronen.

Address: 110 00 Praha 1 - Havelska 23/501
Price Comparison: least expensive
Directions: In Havelska - a sidestreet of Karlova - and on your way from Wentzel-square to Charlesbridge.
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 5
Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 15, 2005
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