We turn into Wenceslas Square. I am here with the world’s foremost train man Jools Stone, and his better half Kirsty, who are in Prague for a day or two. I cannot claim to know this corner of Prague much but we continue in our quest to search for a place serving some decent nosh.
We pass a few dodgy looking places (and a few dodgier looking people) before entering into a place that looked rather fancy. Unfortunately it was full so we headed out again and found another place almost immediately.
The walls of the place are covered in some sort of comic but it was not easy to tell what story is being told. The waiter produced our menus with a flourish and left it to us.
Jools immediately pointed out that there are some unexpected Czech delicacies on offer:
and my personal favourite:
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