A lovely spot especially recommendable for its breakfasts.
19th-century elegance with an elegant 21st-century following.
A classic 19th-century hangout for fashionable types in a neighbourhood just over the Moldau called Smichov, it makes a charming stop on a stroll through town for a cup of coffee or chocolate, accompanied by a roll or pastry. If you're up early enough, its breakfasts (juices, cheeses, fruit, soft-boiled eggs, aforementioned pastries) are considered among the best in Prague restaurantdom. For heartier fare later in the day the menu ranges from Central European to international (including, for example, foie gras or steak tartare). Vítězná 124/5, just across the Most Legii bridge.