Prague is full of restaurants serving what they label as traditional Czech, Italian or Thai food for example, which ultimately leaves a bad taste in your mouth and a horrible feeling in your stomach due to the crazy amount of grease used. Our advice is to steer clear of any of the restaurants in Old Town that employ people to beckon guests in from the streets, the food is always bad and served to you by grumpy and pushy people who may roll their eyes at you if you complain. These restaurants are one of the main reasons why Prague has had a bad reputation concerning the culinary field over the past years.
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