Not as spicy as its Hungarian cousin, Czech goulash is essentially a rich beef stew minus the vegetables. Don’t even think of ordering it without knedlíky (dumplings) on the side. Beef forms part of the standard recipe for this staple dish, but you can sometimes find goulash using venison, pork and even vegetarian variants.
2. Pivní sýr
“Beer cheese” is marinated in ale until semi-soft. It is often served with mustard, sardines, paprika and best enjoyed ...