I couldn't be more excited that after shuffling and reshuffling ideas for destinations we finally settled on an itinerary that puts us in Prague for about 6 days, Krakow for 5 days and Vienna for 2 days in March and April. (We're flying in and out of Vienna, where we spent 2 weeks eating like crazy last year.) While on the last trip we limited ourselves to seafood and vegetarian this year we've said pretty much anything goes. We're looking for amazing food in both traditional and modern varieties, local out-of-the-way secrets, unique, surprising, etc etc! We're obviously going to be going over old threads as well and asking for updates on old recommendations. I know that some people have said Prague is not a good food destination but I have a feeling that's just hype and that there are amazing things to be found.
As for Vienna, we're there for such a short time that we might just revisit some of our favorites from last time (Wieninger, Restaurant Sperl...) but if someone wants to jump in with a suggestion feel free!