The Gyllene Prag restaurant in Helsinborg is overwhelmingly alike the good old pubs in any larger Czech village. The menu does resemble them very much, too (goulash with dumplings, fried cheese, schnitzel, even hungarian langosh, they're all on the menu), though the choice of beers is a bit larger - Czech pubs usually only serve a few kinds of beer on tap. The chef is a Czech, so be prepared for a large portion of food and if you're on a diet, better not go there at all. Though the dishes seem slightly less unhealthy than the originals - as if the ingredients used, especially the meat, were better than what a Czech would expect.
The place is cosy and typically overdecorated with signs, old gadgets and paintings, even the good soldier Svejk hides around the corner, and in the evenings, it gets really crowded.
The disadvantage of the restaurant is, it opens at 17:00, so forget about a lunch.
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