Cafe Prague, 584 Pacific

by foodhoe on February 20, 2007

This is a lovely spot that serves the soups, salads, sandwiches and some Hungarian hot dishes. It is comfortable and a little bohemian with a bright skylight window towards the rear of the restaurant.

They serve very hearty soups, this is the tomato bisque with polenta dumpling that CK ordered. It is sweet for my tastebuds, tart and surprisingly filling

I had the spinach salad with bacon, hard cooked eggs, and an awesome tangy dijon vinaigrette that complimented and pulled it together. The bread is always a little burnt.

I also got a cup of the tomato soup with my salad

It was twice as much as I could possibly eat! The person next to me had the Hungarian Ghoulash and it smelled very good.

Although the food is rather plain, it is a very nice relaxing atmosphere to get away to for lunch.

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

dragonlife February 26, 2007 at 11:50 am

Dear Foodhoe!
Greetings!
It seems to be a looonngg coincidence as I was born in Dijon!
Ghoulash is one of my favourite food. I still remember the ones I sampled back in Germany!
Cheers,
Robert-Gilles

Reply

Leave a Comment

Spam protection by WP Captcha-Free

Previous post:

Next post: