Czech Republic - Mikulov

Czech Impressions: Dining in Mikulov

In my last Czech Impressions post, I gave an overview of Moravian wines, so it only makes sense to focus now on the region’s gastronomy. Moravia may not be the new Tuscany, but you can have a tasty, interesting meal with a decent glass of wine — and you’ll see considerably fewer tourists. The comparison with Italy isn’t […]

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La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise

Czech Impressions: La Dégustation Bohême Bourgeoise

To continue our gastronomical tour of Prague, after the Blue Duckling, we’re heading to the Jewish Quarter for a dinner at La Dégustation Bohême Bourgeoise, one of only two restaurants in Czech Republic to have a Michelin star (the other one is Alcron, which serves an “international” menu). It’s also one of the only establishments, or […]

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