It is considered one of the nicest cafes in Prague. It is located on the ground floor of the Municipal House and inside is an unforgettable experience for every visitor.
It offers everything from breakfast to all kinds of drinks and cocktails as well as bakery, homemade cakes, ice cream, sandwiches, sausages and cheeses.
Don't come with morr than five people. You can't sit together and they are very rude about it.
Probably the worst espresso in the town. Czech people call it 'bazén' (a swimming pool) as you get shot of coffee and lot of dirty water.
Expensive and definitely not worth it. Food was average. Went in the afternoon when it wasn't busy at all, but the waitress hurried us out with the bill.
Smokey place, don't bring your kids. Art decor interior wore off its charm quickly and just ended up looking tacky. Hot Choc w Rum was too sweet, cakes didn't look that nice.
Don't expect much. The pâté starter though wasn't so bad, could have been much worse