08/07/2017

Sisters, Donut Ice Cream Cone & Goulash | Prague Day 1

Caught up with Amsterdam & Berlin?



We've arrived in Prague and as always, you can read exactly how our day started over on the travel blog. Our first stop of business was of course lunch, we found this super cute lunch stop a bus away from our AirBnb, called Sisters.




Address - DlouhΓ‘ 727/39

Firstly, let's talk about their money currency, if you've ever been to Prague, then you'll know what I'm talking about. 55 CZK is equivalent to about £1.80 but how confusing is that right? Anyway, most things seem so cheap around here but we shall see!

Anyway, back to the food, their open sandwiches were so pretty, and tasted just as good as they looked. We agreed to get 4 different ones; avocado and prawns, some with egg, and some meat, and share each one between us and paired it with their homemade fresh pink lemonade. It came in little glass bottles that we were able to take away with us too. 


Address - Karlova 190/1

While walking to our next destination, we kept passing these bakeries seeing those famous Czech Ice Cream Cones and when Jessica wants something, Jessica gets. James did question my choice as we hadn't had dinner yet, but we're on holiday and anything goes, right?



Address - KlimentskΓ‘ 2

We opted to get just the one and share, and luckily we did because I sure wouldn't have finished that one all on my own. With caramel inside, filled with ice cream all the way through - absolute heaven. We'll be sure to come back for just the open inside ones with just a sauce throughout our stay here for sure. 

As we've done in every country so far, we had to make sure we've had their known cuisine and here in Prague, it was goulash.



With a failed attempted at one restaurant which ended up being closed early, we found another place, which to us seem more authentic. With a beer costing us about £1 we got ourselves one each to go with our main dishes, James' beef goulash and my Budweiser goulash. I couldn't exactly tell you everything on that plate as the sides around it were very different, the texture especially, which is a big thing for me. Regardless, both were full of flavour and had so much to it, I couldn't even finish my own.

It had been a chilled first day here in Prague and we can't wait for our food tour tomorrow!



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  1. No wonder you were so tempted by those ice cream cones Jess, they look absolutelty incredible! The open sandwiches sound delicious as well! The currency must take some getting used to!!

    Abbey πŸ’— www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

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    1. It was a must buy, everyone had one and we needed one too haha the currency was so confusing but we sort of got used to it in the end!

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  2. Oh my gosh I'm so hungry after reading this! Gorgeous photos, the food looks amazing!
    Hels xx
    www.thehelsproject.com

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    1. We definitely would go back for the ice cream doughnut cone! So worth it!

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  3. You had me at donut ice cream, never heard of it before but now I need it in my life! How could any one ever resist.

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    1. Exactly what we thought! We need to bring it over to the UK for sure!

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  4. £1 for a beer? Winner winner chicken dinner!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ sounds like a brilliant place to eat out - your pictures look fantastic!

    Charlene McElhinney
    www.charlenemcelhinney.co.uk

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    1. HAHAHHA beer is cheaper than water here. It's mental!

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  5. Sounds great!
    Hope you're having a lovely time there!
    I had similar difficulties with currency when I recently travelled to Hungary, it can be difficult to get used too!! That food looks amazing, your photos make me so hungry!! That ice cream looks delicious!

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    1. Yeah we got used to it in the end, it's so funny to still think about though!

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  6. £1 for beer sounds awesome! I'm loving travelling though your blog lovelies!! πŸŒΈπŸ’—✨

    With love, Alisha Valerie. x
    www.AlishaValerie.com | www.twitter.com/AlishaValerie

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    1. Who doesn't love good cheap beer? Thank you, hope you enjoy the rest!

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  7. Oh my gaaad, more food envy! The ice cream looks amazing, and it sounds so great how cheap everything is!

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    1. It sounds cheap once you convert it into pounds haha really craving the ice cream again now!

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  8. All of the food looks so good!!! The open sandwiches look especially very instagram/Pinterest and look like they tasted amazing!! You're a girl after my own heart Jessica, on holiday anything goes I'd have been the same!!! Those donut cone ice creams look like heaven and I'm feeling incredibly jealous right now!!!

    Francesca | mylifeinrosetintedglasses.com

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    1. Those open sandwiches were very Instagrammable and tasted just a good! So much flavour!

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