Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to "Eating in" and we're in Prague, Czech Republic. So we took the train today up to a town called Kutna Hora... ah, I said it right that time. Anyways we're stopped here for lunch at a place called Harmonia and we're going to get some typical Czech cuisine for lunch. Let's go! Ok, I got Czech onion soup with bread in it. And how is it? I have to try it first. Let me see. It's probably really hot. Good and hot. So I got myself some pork goulash and it comes with traditional potato pancakes and a crying baby. How's the baby? Tastes like Pork Goulash. Ok, for dinner we're checking out a local place call Epopey and it is supposed to have some great local foods. I'm still reeling off the beer, a couple burps coming out. And we're in the middle of the most intense game of chess in the history of chess. But our food is here. But our food is here, so we've got to eat. On my plate I've got a rack of rabbit. Cute little cuddly rabbit wrapped in bacon with some mashed potatoes and gravy. Tiffany's plate, which I'll show you, has some duck and potato dumplings. It looks fantastic. Let's dig in. How is it? It's disgusting. Is it really disgusting? No. How is it really? Of course it's good, it's always good. For dessert were having pancakes, and I'm a little bit drunk. So we've been in Prague for 4 days now and every single day I've gone to the same place for breakfast. I'm a breakfast guy. I'm a morning person. I've been going to a place called Panaria, so we're going to go there again today. I don't think Tiffany is a fan of mornings. So that's it for "Eating in Prague" we're off to our next destination on the train which is Vienna. We're going to Vienna to get some Schnitzel. See you then. Peace!