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.
The famous "Kovbojsky" (Cowboy) breakfast at the Prague Louvre cafe.
This was on the Czech lunch menu, leg of duck with bread and potato dumplings, red and white sweet cabbage.
During the year there are many days when breweries open their doors and we have a great time celebrating Czech Beer.
Spit roast is one of the more expensive ways to try Old-style pork in Prague. Restaurants put the roasters outside 1) as an attraction, 2) because it saves space and 3) because it smells great.
Outside Prague when you have large get-togethers then this sort of thing can appear. An old industrial bin cannibalised and altered for adding wood at the base and a motor on the side to make a cheap grill. In this case with a large side od pork and several chickens.
You'll find this on any street market in Prague at any time of the year. Just note the big price and then note the really small /100g i.e. thats the price per 100g for for the average adult allow paying for @250g.
Burcak is early season wine which has not finished fermenting. It's normally very sweet and full-bodied. The season starts in early September and should last about 6 weeks. If people are still selling it at the end of October then don't touch it.
Prague Irish Bars offer friendly service, good beer and generally good food. I list a few of my favourites for food and sports viewing.
Zdeneks Oyster Bar. High-end prices and high-end quality but a lot of choice and a great reputation Opposite the St James Church.