Top 5 Brunch Spots in Prague

Sometimes a good brunch is just what the doctor ordered, and Prague is certainly not lacking in great brunch spots. If you’re looking for anything from a yummy omelet to pancakes and quality hot chocolate, you will undoubtedly be satisfied with any of these amazing brunch restaurants. 1. Café Savoy The truffle eggs will change your life. Everything on the menu is phenomenal, and the interior décor of the restaurant is beautiful.  Café Savoy is a great place to bring visiting friends and family, and to go before a day of exploring Prague. Also, if you’re looking for a healthier brunch, get the “healthy breakfast” with yummy grainy bread, muesli, fruit, yogurt and orange juice. It won’t disappoint. 2. Imperial Café Looking for a brunch buffet option? If so, come to Imperial Café with a big appetite and ready to eat. As an alternative to the buffet, order some great pancakes or omelets. Imperial Café is truly one of those restaurants that you can order anything on the menu and it is going to be great. 3. Café Louvre Hot chocolate, hot chocolate, hot chocolate, did I mention hot chocolate? GET THE HOT CHOCOLATE HERE. It is the best hot chocolate that you will ever taste in your life, this coming from a self-proclaimed chocolate connoisseur. Café Louve has some fabulous brunch options as well, lots of yummy eggs, paired arguably the most beautiful décor you’ll find in Prague. Located just off of Wenceslas Square, and very reasonably priced, come here as your go-to stop whenever you’re in the area. 4. Globe If perchance you’re missing America, or simply American style brunch, Globe is the place for you. You can get every type of eggs, pancakes, waffles, iced coffee, milkshakes etc. that your heart desires here. There is also a very cute bookshop in the front- get some nice postcards here and send them home to your family! 5. Radost Great music, cool atmosphere, comfortable couches, and an incredible brunch? I’ll take it! The omlettes here are fabulous, and the homefries had an unique and amazing spice combination. Radost also has a great hot chocolate (see below), where you actually swirl this chocolate on a stick around hot milk. It makes for quite a fun experience.

One thought on “Top 5 Brunch Spots in Prague

  1. Thanks for your valuable suggestion for morning appetite. 🙂

    It would be better if you can provide contact details of such locations (this will help for people like us who do not know Prague in detail) and approx charges.

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