VIDEO: Trdelník – the Chimney cakes of Prague

 

By Sophie Sandberg

Czech cuisine doesn’t get any better than the legendary Trdelník.

Also known as a ‘chimney cake’, the Trdelník is a definite favourite among the many tourists in Prague and can be found on every street corner of the city.

This sugar-covered pasty can be eaten plain, filled with custard or with ice cream and is the perfect afternoon snack after a day of strolling around Prague.

Trdelníks have been enjoyed by the Czechs since the 18th century and just seeing the craftsmanship that goes into creating these twirls will definitely make your mouth water.

If you come to Prague without trying a Trdelník, have you really been to Prague?

For 70 CKZ these are really worth the hype!

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