Traditional Dinner in Prague
- 2-hour reservation
- Traditional Czech soup
- Your choice of mains
- 2 local beers each
- Moonshine for the groom
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- Arrive at this amazing restaurant
- Your table will have been reserved
- And your meal pre-paid
- Taste Czech national dishes
- Including a tasty soup & main
- You'll each get 2 local beers
- As well as some Czech moonshine for the groom
On a stag party, you don't want fancy dishes with a beetroot jus, avocado dressing and tiny portion sizes. We'll leave that for the hen party, thanks. No, you want uncomplicated, BIG dinners that set you up for a huge night of pre-wedding laughs.
That's exactly what you get with our epic Traditional Dinners set in one of Prague's top restaurants. On arrival, you can make your way to your reserved table and as you will have already pre-paid there'll be no need to do a Rachel Riley (or Czech equivalent) with the bill afterwards. Just bring extra money for drinks.
You'll be welcomed with 2 free beers each from a Prague brewery while the groom will be treated to some homemade Czech moonshine to toast his last few days of single living before he gives up good times like these for weekends around the in-laws. Plus, it's fair to say that having drunk homemade Czech spirits, he can tick off another box on his alcohol bucket list.
This traditional stag feast is most certainly worth going native for on your big weekend. Hearty flavours, filling portions and delicious beer, it's an epic dinner worthy of the occasion.
Traditional Czech Soup Also known as 'Kulajda', this cuisine soup is often made with sour cream, potatoes, dill, quail egg and mushrooms.
Czech Goulash Often prepared with fewer vegetables and more meat than similar dishes, the hearty Czech Goulash typically uses stewed beef, chicken or pork and is topped with gravy and bread dumplings.
Schnitzel Much like its more famous German cousin, Czech Schnitzel is mostly pork bread and fried in better, usually served with Czech potato salad, featuring potatoes, carrots, hard-boiled eggs, onions, pickles, mayo and mustard.
Svickova A dish that varies in ingredients depending on the cook, Svickova typically features beef pierced with speck, bread dumplings and a vegetable sauce with cream, carrots, celery and parsley roots.
*Dishes and sides may vary, please ask our team for more details.
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