A trip to Prague will certainly be remembered for incredibly tasty and satisfying food, aromatic beer and, of course, restaurants, where they never skimp on refreshments. ₽
The capital of the Czech Republic welcomes numerous tourists fully equipped, cordially opening the doors of the most famous institutions with traditional national cuisine. Not to be lost among the abundance will help TOP-10 of the best restaurants in Prague in the city center.
La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise This is the first restaurant with a tasting menu, which opened in Prague in 2006. Chef Oldřich Sagaidak is an ardent supporter and promoter of Czech cuisine. He cooks according to traditional recipes of the 19th century, successfully adapting them to modern products. In Continue reading
Lisbon is an ancient abode of rich Portuguese cuisine with its own special traditions and culinary recipes, which is famous for its abundance of fish and seafood dishes. Where, if not in restaurants, to get acquainted with the peculiarities of the gastronomic culture of the capital of Portugal? We present the TOP-10 of the best restaurants in Lisbon, each of which has its own exceptional zest that distinguishes it from hundreds of others.
Restaurante Eleven Restaurant is located in downtown Lisbon, surrounded by the lush vegetation of Eduardo VII Park. Huge panoramic windows offer beautiful views of the city and the Tagus River. It is especially nice to dine at a table by the window when Lisbon is spectacularly flooded with evening lights. Continue reading
Arriving on a Saturday morning flight, you will get a full day in the city, you should not save money and spend time choosing a bus. Yes, only 5 BYN (approx. Ed. – hereinafter “Belarusian rubles”), – about 150 rubles. – but more than an hour on the way to the bus station. Uber works great in Minsk: the cost of a trip to the center from the airport will be 30–40 BYN, and 5–9 BYN in the city.
Now let’s search for local food and try to figure out how pancakes differ from sorcerers. There are many restaurants of national cuisine in the city, but this is the danger of running into a purely tourist place without beauty in the moment and quality of food.
For gastronomic immersion in Belarusian cuisine, the Kuhmister (Karl Marx St., 40) will be a worthy option. The interior is not without stereotypes, but its own tinctures, a voluminous menu that includes all the culinary hits of Continue reading