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Crazy Cow
Prague

In the new steak house situated right in the heart of Prague, you can find attributes inspirated by Texas, Mexico, Kansas or Brazil.

The restaurant is set in two floors. You will be surprised by an extraordinary variety of giant steaks for absolutely unbelievable prices.

We use South American beef to prepare your steaks. If you are not a particular steak-lover, we also have a large offer of fish, hamburgers and delicious salads.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
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