This was on the Czech lunch menu, leg of duck with bread and potato dumplings, red and white sweet cabbage.
My favourite Red Thai Curry served at Modry Zub.
The famous "Kovbojsky" (Cowboy) breakfast at the Prague Louvre cafe.
More likely to be seen at brewery festivals in this format. Its called Bramborak, a mix of grated potato, flour and onions which is deep fried. In this case with a helping of sweet white cabbage. Excellent beer food.
Spekacky is the traditional BBQ sausage. This is a variant where it is cut, baked and served in an onion and tomato sauce. Served with bread and eaten like a soup.
Basically its a hotdog Czech-style. This means its on a plate and served with bread, Czech mustard (weak), horseradish (strong) and peppers (hot).
Beef goulash served with fried onions and bread dumplings and also something you don't see often, bramboracky, which are fried "potato pancakes" made with potato, flour and onion.
This was at the Old Town Square Christmas Market. The sausages are called "Klobasa". The red sausages are Paprika (bit spicy), the white ones behind are Bavorska (with herbs). and just out of main view are chicken skewers. Expect to pay about CZK75.
An interesting and filling Mediterranean Tomato soup at Bakeshop in the Prague Old Town.
Beef Goulash served only with potato dumplings with a white onion garnish. There was nothing left on the plate I can tell you.