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Taste Of Prague

Prague, Czech Republic
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About Taste Of Prague
The idea behind the Taste of Prague food tours is simple. You follow a local foodie. You eat the best dishes in Prague’s best restaurants frequented by the locals and talk about what you eat and why, and how the food, wine and beer reflects the society, the country and its history and present. We keep our tours fresh, small and personal. Come hungry. Stretch pants optional, but recommended.
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Prague is a foodie paradise but if you want to find the most authentic spots, you need a local guide. Save time by heading straight to the places offering the most delicious food and drink. You’ll experience the sights and sounds of the city as you travel on foot and by subway to find these hidden places. Eat enough samples to fill you for the day (at least!) and learn about Czech culture and cuisine in the process.
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Jaq wrote a review Dec 2021
San Diego, California7 contributions3 helpful votes
I had to cancel my trip due to widespread closures in my destination. I was initially unhappy about my deposit experience and Jan emailed me to explain what had happened. I was fine with that answer and revised my review to 4 stars. I tried to stay away from anything that “blamed” them in my review (see below). However, Jan continued to email me to try to make a point. At this stage, I am wondering how many other reviewers were influenced by him after leaving a bad review. PLEASE leave me alone. I am already devastated that I had to cancel my vacation. I do not want to be dealing with emails about this anymore when it does not change the outcome. —- My original revised review is below: I had concerns about traveling during the pandemic, but my husband wanted to go. We put off booking this tour until we were literally at the airport, but within an hour of booking, we found out that our destination was shut down. We immediately started canceling what we could while at the airport. If you end up needing to do a refund, there are bank fees totaling around $16 USD. Those are non-refundable. Since the pandemic is ongoing and unpredictable, for events that require a deposit, I recommend only booking once you are in the city and 100% sure you’ll attend. If you want to avoid losing out on your deposit once you’ve already booked, I recommend asking if you can move this deposit to a future date instead.
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Response from Sightsee23148598565, Owner at Taste Of Prague
Responded Dec 20, 2021
This is Jan mentioned in the review. First of all, I am really sad that Jaq had to cancel her trip and that we got entangled in that frustration. We love to travel ourselves and we are also sad to see the carelessness and ease of international travel go as a result of the pandemic. However, I must also admit I am personally offended and a bit hurt by this review, which portrays me as a borderline stalker forcing people to change their reviews. I am not a stalker, and I have never forced or influenced anyone, including Jaq, to change their reviews. This allegation is false and stains the reputation I have been working hard to build in the past 10 years of Taste of Prague. This is my side of the story, for anyone who cares to read it: Jaq cancelled her tour just three days before its scheduled date due to a lockdown in Denmark where she was supposed to land, and asked for a refund. We gave it to her out of sympathy - she was not entitled to a full refund under our cancellation policy given how late the cancellation was. We advised her that the amount she’d receive might be slightly smaller than the deposit paid due to banking fees and conversion rates applied by banks in the process. Two days later, we receive a 1-star review (our very first in ten years) and we get blamed for the banking fees. We are painted as people who take advantage of travellers in a global pandemic. I decided to write an email to Jaq, explaining we have not gained anything from the transaction. She wrote me back and accepted my explanation, changing the review to a 4-star review, writing (as you can see above) that travellers should check whether they could apply the deposit for a later tour. Having read her email and the changed review, I just responded to Jaq, thanking her for accepting the explanation, and adding that we did offer her a „store credit“ in our email communication but she chose the deposit instead. Neither of the two emails I sent to Jaq asked her to change or remove her review. And now we’ve received an updated review, with some serious allegations of conduct that can be actually deemed illegal under EU law. To summarise my story: we receive a late cancellation with a demand for a refund that we are not obliged to give, give it anyway, the customer loses some money in banking fees, we get blamed for banking fees and then of stalking her and influencing reviews on TripAdvisor, just because we wanted to explain ourselves in two emails. As I wrote above, I am really sad things didn’t work out with Jaq. But I needed to make the record clear here and make my story heard, too. Thank you for reading it thus far. Jan
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HappyFamilyx4 wrote a review Dec 2021
Leicester, United Kingdom71 contributions60 helpful votes
A special treat for my son’s birthday delayed by 2 years, well worth waiting for. A superb variety of food and drink in four great settings hosted by a bubbly, enthusiastic and genuinely caring young lady who shared interesting facts and information along the way. Personally my only negative comment would be, after visiting three brilliant venues, sampling great dishes and having a fantastic experience, the final meal was a major let down. Two potatoes in a sauce looked like an interesting starter, I expected a goulash or schnitzel to round it off, but the potatoes were the final, uninspired dish with a chocolate cake as desert to finish which was ordinary. Disappointing meal. However the overall experience was ten out of ten. Shame we were then ripped off by the taxi driver back to our hotel. Massive overcharging.
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Date of experience: December 2021
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Patrick wrote a review Dec 2021
Plano, Texas1 contribution1 helpful vote
OMG! Hop on a plane and get to Prague and make the Prague Foodie Tour your first stop! It’s part history, part renaissance, and 100% awesome. They carefully curate the experience based on season, size of group and the pace of the experience. You’ll learn about the rich, proud history of Czech food, and the renaissance guided by new chefs working to blend authentic foods with a modern lifestyle. Martin, our guide, was a passionate foodie and carefully explained each experience. It was way over expectation. Come quick!
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Anastassia Talas wrote a review Nov 2021
Toronto, Canada89 contributions45 helpful votes
Great way to learn culture and food. We had a great guid. Strongly recommend to skip breakfast the day of your tour :)
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Linda K wrote a review Nov 2021
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What a wonderful experience with our Taste of Prague guide - Martin! Martin took us to places we would have never found on our own and he introduced us to an amazing range of food and experiences. This is a must do for anyone who enjoys experiencing food in other countries. We even got a copy of their book that highlights the 124 best places you must try in Prague. Take note - pace yourself as there is a lot of food and you want to be able to enjoy it all without getting too full at the end.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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