A Taste of Fiesta: Exploring Prague’s Best Mexican Food

by Shelli Stein

Prague might not be the first city that comes to mind when you crave fiery fajitas or tangy margaritas, but the Czech capital has recently witnessed a surge in authentic and innovative Mexican cuisine. From vibrant cantinas to cozy taquerias, there’s something to tantalize every palate. So, grab your sombrero (metaphorically, of course) and let’s embark on a culinary adventure through Prague’s Mexican food scene.

Best Choices for Mexican Food in Prague

Agave: This sleek restaurant helmed by a Southern Californian chef redefines Mexican fine dining. Think Baja-style fish tacos with chipotle aioli or mole poblano-braised duck tacos. It’s pure magic for tacos lovers!

Cantina: A Prague institution, Cantina is a festive fiesta come to life. Lively music, generously portioned enchiladas, and margaritas served in giant sombreros transport you straight to south-of-the-border bliss.

Las Adelitas: This Tex-Mex chain offers a familiar and comforting Mexican experience. Their guacamole is chunky and fresh, the fajitas sizzle with juicy goodness, and the margaritas are always on point.

Alebrijes Cocina Mexicana: Craving something truly unique? Alebrijes serves Oaxacan cuisine, a lesser-known but incredibly flavorful regional Mexican cooking style. Their tlayudas (giant tlayudas topped with meats, cheeses, and veggies) are a must-try. I love Oaxacan cuisine so for sure give this place a try!

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Best Hidden Gems for Mexican Food in Prague

Sometimes the big name restaurants work well. At other times it’s nice to have a more local experience and venture beyond the usual places. Here are some hidden gems in the Prague Mexican food scene.

Barabizna: This intimate bistro serves up creative takes on Mexican classics such as duck carnitas tacos with pineapple salsa. Their mole negro is a rich and deeply delicious choice.

El Pueblo: This family-run taqueria is a haven for authentic flavors. Their al pastor tacos are marinated to perfection, their burritos are bursting with fresh ingredients, and their horchata is a refreshing homemade treat. If you’ve never tried horchata, here’s your chance!

Remember that this is just a starting point. There are countless other amazing Mexican restaurants waiting to be discovered in Prague. So get out there, explore, and find your own favorite fiesta!

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5 Tips for Eating Mexican Food in Prague

1. Reservations are recommended, especially for popular spots on weekends.

2. Don’t be afraid to ask for spice adjustments. Most restaurants can cater to all levels of heat tolerance.

3. Embrace the mezcal! Prague offers a fantastic selection of this smoky agave spirit, perfect for sipping neat or enjoying in cocktails.

4. Be sure to try the local Czech beer as well. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a spicy feast.

5. I have not mentioned specific prices, as they can vary depending on the restaurant and exchange rates.

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Final Thoughts

So, there you have it. It’s your starting point for your Mexican food adventure in Prague. With its vibrant flavors, warm hospitality, and infectious energy, the city’s Mexican culinary scene is sure to tantalize your taste buds. ¡Buen provecho!

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