To satisfy everyone's taste in Prague, is one of the simplest thing to do, just for the high number of restaurants and amall kiosks, that bundle up the historical centre's streets. In anyway there's a great variety of food , from beef to river's fish till vegetarian courses. Restaurant's service usually is good and people are kind.The courses are plentiful and the bill is quite cheap. Along the evocative city's streets there are many typical kiosks where we find sausages gyros chicken on the spit and pizza at economical prices.
Meat is an essential food in Czeck cooking, above all pork duck and goose, served with characteristic bread gnocchi and potatoes gnocchi. The national course is the shin pork that is so good!But very appreciable is roast duck too, always served with the biggest pint of beer you've ever seen, if possible not filtrated and of own production. Very particular are some kind of cakes that are "gnocchi" with fruits inside, boiled and covered with sugar and cottage cheese.
Another kind of cake is one type of brioche with cottage cheese and/or plums marmelade.
Bier is the mational drink for Czech people, but wine is appreciate too. Bier's production started several years ago and has a great tradition mostly in Bohemia where hop's quality is a pride.
The most famous bier is "Prazdroj" (knew with the german name Pilsner Urquell, that means "old Pilsen's font") produced since 1842 in Plzen. The second most important bier is Budvar (Budwaiser in german) produced since 1531 a Ceskè Budejovice in South Bohemia.
Wine has produced mostly in central Bohemia (Melnìk) in south Moravia(Bzenec, Hodonìn, Mikulov, Valtice e Znojmo). Very very famous are, Becherovka di Karlovy Vary based on medicinal herbs and the Slivovice , exquisite plums acqua-vitae typical product of Moravia and south Slovakia. Delicious is classic Borovicha got from jumperberry; and good is old Medovina too, a honey liqueur, yet knew to the first slav people in this Country.