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The Real Czech Cuisne Restaurant with very Decent Prices

 
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Yvan
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PostPosted: 14-Dec-09 18:51  Reply with quote

I've read several very positive reviews about LOKAL - new Czech restaurant.
This review by Laura Baranik was originaly pusblished in Lidove noviny, 5.12.2009.

Now it's available in English at her food blog :
http://praguespoon.blogspot.com/2009/12/restaurant-review-lokal.html
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GlennInFlorida
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PostPosted: 14-Dec-09 19:33  Reply with quote

could not get to the blog (I am blocked here at work) but was able to translate the original review on the on-line newspaper.

Thanks for the heads-up, it sounds absolutely great and will be on my list for my next visit. I did notice, however, that the menu is not translated into any other languages - will have to brush up on my food vocabulary. Wink
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PostPosted: 15-Dec-09 4:30  Reply with quote

Glenn, all the world should speak Czech - you did not know that ? Laughing Laughing Laughing

What surprised me on the menu was that they offered "jablkova zemlovka s tvarohem" as a dessert - not sure about the English equivalent, but when I was growing up, it was always the main course (like fruit dumplings).
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PostPosted: 15-Dec-09 13:37  Reply with quote

maybe similar to an apple cobbler?
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PostPosted: 15-Dec-09 14:42  Reply with quote

Dannae wrote:
Glenn, all the world should speak Czech - you did not know that ? Laughing Laughing Laughing

What surprised me on the menu was that they offered "jablkova zemlovka s tvarohem" as a dessert - not sure about the English equivalent, but when I was growing up, it was always the main course (like fruit dumplings).


Yes, I also know it as a main course. But I think if you make a smaller portion, it can be a dessert with no problem Wink
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