Mrs picked this place up from Trip Advisor . . . http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g676767-d2706313-Reviews-Blackdog_Cantina-Beroun_Central_Bohemian_Region_Bohemia.html . . .which, after the Best Pizza In America Debacle (San Diego & Ucccch, Las Vegas?) I was skeptical, if not actually outright suspect, that it was over-rated . . .
MUST Admit, their choices of burgers available are simple & complete, and the execution is pretty flawless, IMVHO.
Guacamole (Domici, home-made) was great . . . not as good as Mrs'Famous Guacamole, but nice, nonetheless . . . 8^) . . .
I got some kind of taco with beef chunks and mexican spicing I havent encountered very often, if ever . . . they were a mess to eat, but kinda fun that way, too, if you know what I mean . . . maybe Czech / Mexican Fusion Quisine is reaching Critical Mass . . . 8^0 , , , 8^D . . . oh, it just occurs to me that Czech-Mex musta already been invented once, In Texas . . . so . . . yeah . . . maybe . . .
For Chicken Fried Steak, Wikipedia.org:
History[edit source | edit]
The precise origins of the dish are unclear, but many sources attribute its development to German and Austrian immigrants to Texas in the 19th century, who brought recipes for Wiener Schnitzel from Europe to the USA. Lamesa, the seat of Dawson County on the Texas South Plains, claims to be the birthplace of chicken fried steak, and hosts an annual celebration accordingly. John "White Gravy" Neutzling ofBandera in the Texas Hill Country also claims to have invented the dish.
We both added Valentina sauce to our satisfaction . . . Mrs bot another whole bottle for gift for a friend . .. .
The Valentina is a brand of pourable hot sauce manufactured by the Salsa Tamazula, company of Guadalajara, in western Mexico.