MOST EXOTIC- Goulash
However the most exotic is the “Goulash” a rich beef stew, though not quite as spicy as its Hungarian counterpart and is eaten along with Knedliky the ubiquitous Czech bread dumplings, not noodles, potatoes, or sour cream. The authentic Goulash is made with beef but it is also made with chicken or venison as well as vegetarian varieties of the dish.
MOST EXOTIC-Pork Knuckle
The reputation of Czech gastronomy also comes from many other pork specialities, like the Jitrnice aka Black Pudding or the Moravske Klobasy alias Moravian Sausage. As for me I had seen a bunch of customers order a mini rotisserie which was a pork knee which looked amazing, a foodie that I am so I followed suit - it is one of the main local dishes around town and this exotic pork knee, marinated in dark beer is decadent to the core…a carnivore’s delight!
MOST EXOTIC- Trdelniks
Dough is wrapped around rotating wood or metal bars and roasted until its golden brown. Then it is rolled in sugar, cinnamon, and nuts. Not too high in sugar, the flavours of the nuts and high-quality cinnamon simply stood out.
MOST EXOTIC- Medovník (meh-dov-neek)
A light, fluffy, layered Honey and cinnamon cake, there are variations in this one too.