Top 5 breakfast spots
Prague definitely surprised me in terms of trendy coffee bars with great breakfast. When city tripping, I love to plan what I am going to do that day with a quality travel guide (time to momoLonely planet) as inspiration, a delicious latte & tasty breakfast to start the day. Underneath you can find a quick overview of the breakfast spots I absolutely loved & highly recommend to visit.
This place came up a lot when I was reading about Prague so I knew reservations would be in order. Since it was just me, I tried anyway and I got lucky :). Café Savoy has such an impressive interior: very classy and authentic. Apparently the ceiling is in Neo-Renaissance style dating all the way back to 1893. Not only will you be enjoying breakfast, you can live a piece of history while you are at it. As an indication to the classiness of Café Savoy: the waiters cut the bread with white gloves :). This was a detail I absolutely loved, took me right back to an old movie. Besides all of this, I noticed the place was very accessible to all: tourists, families, locals, people working or meeting up for work.
The service was excellent & I ordered the healthy breakfast: granola with fresh fruits & yoghurt, rye bread with jam & fresh apple juice. I also got a soft boiled egg with toast & I don’t know what they did with it but this egg was soooo good! The bread that went with it was buttered and really delicious. The latter probably doesn’t belong in a standard diet, but let’s pretend it does 🙂 In short: this is a really nice place to sit, relax, enjoy the food & observe the hustle and bustle taking place all around you.
Café Letka was hands down my favourite coffee bar. First, I went for a long, sunlit walk in Letna park and afterwards I tried out this place that was recommended to me by someone living in Prague. I instantly adored the interior, see for yourself on the pictures below. The coffee was great with very friendly service. Is is a really nice place to have a coffee, breakfast, lunch or something sweet. The coffee is from Five Elephant in Berlin and they serve a variety of local cakes as well.
I had a coffee at Café Vescovi before starting my hike up the Petrin hill & it had a nice, cozy interior. The service was very friendly & I loved to be able to sip my cappuccino while sitting at the bar in front of the window to enjoy the view.
This coffee bar truly stood out to me because of its unique vibe, the atypical interior & the art hanging all over the place. Similarly to the other coffee bars, they served quality coffee. At Yes Kafe / Studio there is the possibility to enjoy your hot beverage in the sun on the bench outside. Perfect on a sunlit day as we had!
Finally, I had breakfast at Pauseteria as well. This breakfast spot was only a 2 minute walk away from the hotel where I was staying. Already got some plus points for that 🙂 The interior was beautiful, very minimalistic with a big table in the middle. The cappuccino, and especially the latte art was just great. I had the spelt pancakes with fresh fruits and a blueberry sauce on top. The pancakes were great, but I have to admit that the blueberry sauce was not really my cup of tea, will have to try a different dish next time :). Do try it out for yourself!
What are your favourite coffee bars around Prague? Let me know!