First aid against hunger on the street

After the Velvet Revolution in 1989 Prague started to adopt more and more of the Western and American life style.

This can not only be seen in the architecture and amenities of the new buildings, but also in the food industry. Of course, many of the dishes existing nowadays at the food stands existed before too, just that they were not sold on the street.

Even so, the irresistible smells will totally charm your nose and it would really be a loss not to try the grilled sausages (Klobasy) served with dark bread and mustard, the traditional Czech Bramborak (it has a plain round shape, looks like a schnitzel, but it’s made out of potatoes and other secret ingredients) or the Fried Cheese in a bun (Smazeny Syr).

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