With an environment ideal for growing hops, it is no surprise that Czech people have been brewing and drinking beer for an incredibly long time. The 1088 C.E. foundation charter for Saint Peter and Paul Basilica is the oldest surviving document that mentions brewing in what is now the modern-day Czech Republic. This means that for almost ten centuries, Czechs have had a lot of time to perfect beer. Here are some of the best beers, in no particular order, to try in the Czech Republic today: Pilsner Urquell Nefiltrovaný Pilsner is a legendary beer that was first officially brewed in 1842 in the Burghers’ Brewery, Pilsen, by Josef Groll. Since then, Pilsner Urquell has become an international success.
On Friday evening, the police discovered a secret pub in the Czech city of Pardubice which remained open despite the quarantine measures ordering all food facilities to work strictly for takeaways and until 8pm. “We had information that the restaurant facility in Dukla has been in operation for a long time, so we checked the situation on Friday after 8 pm,” said Jiří Sejkora, a spokesman for the Pardubice city police, Idnes.cz reports. The restaurant looked like it was closed from the outside – windows were sealed, passages to the terrasse and the entering doors were covered with blankets. Guests were actually entering through the hostel – to enter, a guest had to ring the phone number meant for taking
Now at the Hilton Prague, you can go on a gastronomic adventure with Le Petit Chef. With the help of innovative technology, Le Petit Chef is an immersive experience that turns your plate into the surface on which a projected cartoonish chef prepares your meal. He is only 58mm tall, but Le Petit Chef will cook a full-sized meal for you and your group right in front of your eyes. Watch in amazement as Le Petit Chef grills a steak ten times his size or uses his tiny saw to cut down broccoli for your meal! On your visit to Le Petit Chef, there are three meal options: Le Petit Chef Classic, Le Grand Chef, and Le Petit Chef Vegetarian.