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Prague Foodies - City Tour With Amazing Food

On our last day in Prague, Vladimir the owner of Prague Foodies showed us around the beautiful city of Prague and introduced us to very traditional and delicious food from the Czech Republic. We really loved the FoodTour with Vladimir, we had so much fun, enjoyed amazing food and we also learned a lot!

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PragueFoodies Tour with Vladimir

Prague Foodies - Our City & Food Tour With Vladimir

Vladimir is a really nice guy, very fun and entertaining! He picked us up at our Hotel (read more about the andel's by Vienna House Prague) and showed us great things in Prague. He started his own business - Prague Foodies - about 2 years ago and loves it to show tourists his hometown!

1 Stop of Prague Foodies Tour: Restaurant

Our first stop was a traditional restaurant, where Vladimir ordered Svickova for Jeremy and me and Duck for David and himself! I have had Svickova on the day we arrived, and I could eat that every single day! This is for sure one of my favourite dishes in the world now! It is beef with dumplings in an amazing sauce! So yummy.
And the duck was excellent as well, really really great and tasty food!

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new favourite dish: Svickova

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Duck with Dumplings and red cabbage

2 Stop of Prague Foodies Tour: Deli

Our next stop was a really good deli. We tried 4 different things there. The first was pastrami with homemade mayonaise and bread. This was so yummy that we decided to bring 600 grams home! We like it so much, it has a very special taste and goes perfect with bread or sandwich buns.
The secound meat we tried was a warm sausage called Italian and aspic with vinegar and onions. The last meat we tried was a deer sausage, which we were thinking about bringing back home for my dad!
But the pastrami was our favourite so we got a lot of it to enjoy it at home as well!

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Talian and Tlacenka from Czech Republic

3 Stop of PragueFoodies Tour: Pastry Shop

Our last stop was a pastry shop, because I love desserts. Vladimir showed us the traditional czech cakes and let us pick what we liked to try.
So Jeremy got a traditional blueberry cake, David picked an apple pie, which looked kind of a strudel and was served warm and I got the Sacher with marchpane. I think the best one was Davids choice, but all the cakes were very tasty!
And the coffee was really really great!

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Jeremy's & David's delicious cakes

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delicious coffee with Sacher cake in the background

PragueFoodies - A Great Way To See The City And Eat Traditional Dishes

The best way to see the city and eat traditional dishes is to do a tour with a local! We recommend you to meet Vladimir and we promise he will make your Prague trip special!
He also helped me to find a good store to buy some beads for my handmade jewelry!

Check out Vladimirs website and plan a tour with him: Prague Foodies 

 

THANK YOU VLADIMIR FOR THE GREAT TIME AND THE DELICIOUS FOOD! 


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Our Favorite Buffet In Las Vegas

For me it was the first time in Vegas, Jeremy came here several times before.

We did not have breakfast included in our hotel, so we were thinking about going to a lunch buffet in one of the  hotels on the strip.

Jeremy tried the buffets in the Excalibur, Flamingo and Luxor before, but he wanted to try something new. So we were looking to find our favorite buffet in Las Vegas :)

Every buffet is about the same price, about $15-30 depending on the time of the day. 

We parked our van in the self-parking of the Excalibur and walked in direction north of the Strip.

New York has no buffet, but there are really nice places to eat as well. It looks like in the streets of New Yorker, but a lot cleaner ;)

I think if you want to eat something that fills you up and have a drink as well, it is not much more expensive to just go to the buffet, where you have a huge variety of food from all over the world and I always need a little of something sweet after :)

So I really wanted to check out a buffet.

A few other bloggers wrote that the buffets in the Bellagio and the Cosmopolitan are the best.

As we were walking up the strip, the Bellagio was really far and we went to the Cosmopolitan. Their restaurant is called the wicked spoon and it turned out that this was a good decision.

The price is $27 for the buffet (8am - 3pm) and if you want unlimited mimosas, champagne, etc. you can get that for $43, but we don't really like drinking that much.

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Wicket Spoon - Restaurant in the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas

We had to wait in line for about 30 minutes to get a seat, but it was totally worth it.

The variety and quality of the food was amazing.

They had good breakfast, a great salad bar and food from all over the world, like sushi, spanish paella, Italian noodles & pizza and great steaks and meats.


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My first course: gnocci, pizza, salmon, chicken skewer and caesar salad

The variety of dessert was really huge, the ice cream and chocolate dipped strawberries were our favorites.

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Jeremy is enjoying his dessert :)

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Soooo delicious :)

Non alcoholic drinks were included too and we really loved the fresh strawberry-passion fruit juice.

After one hour of eating, we were so full and tired. We could not eat anything anymore for the rest of the day!

Did you try the buffets in Vegas? Tell us about it in the comments :)