Author: Elda Hamaker

Pizzeria Il Pinocchio

Tired of the crowded, over-priced pizzerias around centrum? Try Il Pizzeria Pinocchio! Rarely is there a wait for seating and the menu is cheap. The atmosphere is cozy enough, and the decor is minimalist, with only a few shelves of pasta jars to fill the eye. But don’t let this put you off, because the pizza is exceptional and fills the tummy. {loadposition content_adsensecontent} They offer a thin, crispy crust, a zesty tomato sauce and plenty of cheese. On the downside, sometimes it’s served overcooked, but even then it’s still worth scarfing down. Of course, the menu offers oodles of pasta (hence the pasta jars are functional), but it’s the pizza that keeps ’em coming back. Komořanská 157/11, 143 00 Prague, ram stop: Nádraží Modřany www.pizzeria-ilpinocchio.cz Павелко Андрейгорные лыжи в италиимагазин бытовой техники из...

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Pizza West

I don’t know about you, but I eat out in Prague a lot. More and more, prices are going up and my wallet isn’t getting any fatter.

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U vystřelenýho oka

With a name like ‘The Shot Out Eye’, you know you can’t go wrong with this place. Named in honor of one-eyed Hussite general Jan Žižka (look for his horseback monument on a hill close by), the pub offers a soothing outdoor woodland terrace in summer, teeming with young folk having their fill of Radegast and hip conversation. Situated right next to a railway line, dusky hours can seem even a little more romantic, before they built the train tunnel throught the moutnain, it used to come tooting by amidst the smell of nature around you. But things change!...

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Pizza Go Home

“You’re drunk Pizza, go home!” In the early years of Pizza Go Homes’ existence, many a Prague expat would be loathe to even keep their number in the house. Sure, they were the only joint in town that delivered, and they were open all night long, but even that was not enough to intice. But like all things, practice makes perfect, and they’ve finally gotten the basics down and even expanded into new convienent locations. A good, cheap pie, with many varieties to choose from (try the Mexican if you like spicy onion), all crispy and with no ketchup,...

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Cafe 35 @ Institute Francais

A clean and well organized frenchy cafe with a peaceful outdoor patio is located in the French Cultural Complex. Full of newspapers (only in French, of course), snobby Czechs, (proving Prague is the Paris of the ’90s), and affordable cakes with deliciously prepared coffees, especially the espresso. The photos on the wall are the only things that actually give this cafeteria-style cafe the feeling of France, well, that and the language and service too. Open Mon-Fri 9AM to 6PM. Štěpánská 35, 111 21 Praha 1, Informace Tel: +420 221 401 011, www.ifp.cz, Open: Mon. – Fri. 8:30-20:00, Sat. 10-14,...

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