Prague Food & Wine : Street Food
Street food in Prague is appealing....and it is available if need a quick snack before heading off to Prague Castle or exploring the Old Town. Try these options for street food if you're in a hurry or on a budget!You might try the TRDELNIK pastries; these fluffy, hot, sugar-sprinkled pastries are baked before your eyes and sold fresh all over Prague. Look for the sign that depicts a trdelnik pastry,you'll find them in Old Town, Mala Strana, and elsewhere in Prague. This street food is perfect if you have a sweet tooth!
Then a fav on the streets are sausage carts on Wenceslas Square,they sure do a steady business of feeding those on the go throughout the day. Sides include bread and saurkraut. Hot, filling, and easy to take with you, sausages are a favorite Prague street food.Still in the square you'll find the fried cheese sandwiches,they look like a fried chicken or fish patty. The thick slices of cheese are breaded, fried, and topped with mayo before being sandwiched into a thick bun.As for drink a typical in the cold months is Mulled wine....Sip mulled wine at Prague's Christams Market as you browse for souvenirs and gifts!