Included on many “world’s ugliest buildings” lists, this unusual tower might not be the prettiest but it has a special place in the hearts of many Prague residents. Like it or not, it’s definitely part of the Zizkov area’s charm – along with the unusual church, tree-lined streets, and beautiful pastel-coloured houses. Today the tower has become… Continue reading Where to eat near the Zizkov TV Tower, Prague
It’s not every day you eat lunch in a disused freight railway station.
My guide to food and drink in Prague
Here’s the good news: not every restaurant near Prague’s Old Town Square is a tourist trap with watered-down beer and ‘customer service’ straight out of a prison canteen. Luckily, there are plenty of great places to eat after a hard day of sightseeing – if you know where to look. Notice that I didn’t say “on”… Continue reading Where to eat near Old Town Square, Prague
It was a chilly autumn evening, the streets were empty. and here I was peering down through a tiny basement window into a bright, white space that seemed empty of people. The lights were on, but was anybody home? Down the steps and inside, I found that Mozaika Burger & Co wasn’t actually abandoned. A cluster of tables… Continue reading Review: Mozaika Burger & Co.
What are they and where did they come from? (Hint: not the Czech Republic.)
Cute but inconsistent Thai and Vietnamese
Watching a depressed pizza chef slowly and unhappily placing tinned mushrooms onto the frozen dough before reluctantly shoving it into the oven
Review for The Prague Post