While traditional Czech food is heavy and meat-based, there are hundreds of options in Prague and new restaurants are opening all the time. Farmers' markets can be found all over the city as a new foodie generation emerges, and prices are much cheaper than in NYC.
Read about the vegan and vegetarian options that our students have discovered, as well as their favorite bistros and cafes. You can find cuisine from all over the world in Prague to supplement your traditional Czech pork and dumplings.
Read reviews of students' favorite culinary haunts on the NYU Prague Now! blog.
Polévka - Soup
Hlavni Chod - Main course
Maso - Meat
Ryba - Fish
Kuře - Chicken
Hovĕzi - Beef
Vepřové - Pork
Bramborak - Potato pancake
Guláš - Traditional beef stew
Knedliky - Wheat/Potato dumpling
Smažený sýr - Fried cheese
Pivo - Beer (*Svĕtlé – light; Černé – dark)
Vino - Wine
Voda - Water
Soda means soda water/seltzer so if you want coke or sprite say “coke” or “sprite”