What do Czechs eat for dinner?

What time is dinner in Czech?

Dinner time in the Czech Republic comes in at the very reasonable time of 8pm.

What kind of food is Bohemian?

Potatoes and cabbage feature largely in many Bohemian recipes. Grain and meat, especially pork and beef, are commonly found in Czech dishes. Poultry, game and freshwater fish are also used here and there. When it comes to adding bite to their food, Bohemians often turn to onions or beer.

What Czechs eat for lunch?

Commuters gobble down soup and frankfurters at a bufet (self-service, cafeteria-style place). Traditionally, a big feed of meat and dumplings is taken at lunch time, although the meal is eaten quickly and there’s no time for a nap afterwards.

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