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October 24, 2010 / by Kristin

Two weeks ago, I joined a few friends on a road trip to Prague.  I’d never been to the city.  Many of my friends have talked highly of Praha, and I was curious to see if it lived up to all the hype.

It did.  Praha is quaint (outside of the main tourist traps).  The beer is great.  The cuisine is plentiful and full of variety.

Living in a city that does not offer many ethnic cuisines and visiting a city with many gastronomic offerings, we were craving Mexican food.  Luckily a friend of a friend recommended LAS ADELITAS, a small restaurant in the basement of an apartment.  LAS ADELITAS is cozy, unassuming, unpretentious, and exactly what I look for in every restaurant.


The evening started with two rounds of margaritas: a mango chili and tamarind.  I helped my friend drink her mango chili margarita so quickly, that I forgot to take a picture.  The tamarind margarita is a flavor I never would’ve imagined, but the tamarind and tequila were perfectly balanced.  Sensing I might suffer a slight hangover the following morning due my abnormally high intake of alcohol, I followed my margarita with a Michelada, a beer mixed with tomato juice and lime.  It was a bloody mary and beer chaser mixed together.

Tacos Al Pastor

For dinner, I chose the Tacos Al Pastor, chunks of marinated pork with a fresh onion and cilantro salsa.  The entree included a side of rice and black beans.  This meal, by far, was one of the best Mexican meals I’ve ever had.  Every bite tasted fresh.  Every morsel was full of flavor.  It wasn’t greasy, and the portions were perfect.  We concluded the evening with one order of creme caramel and 5 spoons!  I can’t wait to go back.

Creme Caramel


Americká 8, Vinohrady 120 00
Praha, Czech Republic
+420 222 542 031

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