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Hearty Prague Eats

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Hi we will be visiting Prague in May.

Can someone recommend places to go for hearty meals like goulash and koleno and pork shoulder (not sure what it is called on the menu in Czech). Any other recommendations for dishes are welcome. Are the rich mushroom gravies popular in Prague? what is it called on the menu. Looking at budget eating places.

Also, which is the area where street vendors sell fried cheese and sausages? Are the grocery stores in Prague like in Germany where you can have a picnic meal - select your bread and the meat and have a meal on the go. Does the Praha hln train station have a choice of food outlets?

What are the grocery (LIDL, ReWe / Metzgerie) stores in Prague called. Can someone give the names. Are there any chain of bakeries / ice cream parlours where we can get pastries / ice creams?

We will be staying close to the old town so will need to go to some place for breakfast too.

In Prague do they come and put a bread basket and then charge for it even if you have not asked for it? (Like in some places in Vienna).

Any inputs are welcome.

Kind regards,
SKPKCP11

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