Restaurace Dacicky, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

Read More Restaurace Dacicky, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

This old Bohemian tavern in the very heart of Kutna Hora, a city which is listed as UNESCO Cultural heritage site, gives us a great impression of classic Czech cuisine. This restaurant was named after a famous local historical figure, Mikuláš Dačický of Heslov (1555 -1626), whose reputation is immortalized in Kutná Hora history as an important writer and a dedicated Renaissance gourmand, hearty imbiber and womanizer. Read more »

Bosche bollen by St. Jan – s’Hertogenbosch, the Netherland.

Read More Bosche bollen by St. Jan – s’Hertogenbosch, the Netherland.

The most exciting part of traveling is culinary. If you happen to travel to the Netherland, you should try this delicious pleasure in Jan de Groot, a small coffee shop downtown of Den Bosch. Try the soft rounded pastry xous coated with chocolate, filled with thick yummy slagroom (Dutch word of heavy whipped cream), called Boschebollen! Best pastry EVER! ☺ Read more »

Prague, Czech Republic

Read More Prague, Czech Republic

Europe is a beautiful continent full of history and culture. Once we set foot in one of the country, we can
see a lot of beauty building from medieval era. And visiting Europe won’t be complete without visiting Prague in the Czech Republic. Read more »