Although most of our guests visiting Prague choose to stay in a hotel, those who stay in apartments often ask us for breakfast recommendations. We’ve brought years of breakfasting experience to bear to come up with our top 5 breakfast spots (actually 6, as one of them has a couple of branches):
On the third floor of this ‘gourmet palace’ opened in December 2013 you’ll find a restaurant. We’ve not been there in the evening yet but have enjoyed their signature breakfast menu and at 295Kc (approx $15) we can state it is quite the feast. There are various menus including English Breakfast and French Breakfast but the Julius Meinl Breakfast was our choice. Muesli with fresh-sliced fruits and yogurt, Prague ham, smoked salmon, cream cheese, a baked-goods basket, poached egg, freshly squeezed juice and a coffee.
With two branches, one in Old Town and one in New Town, you’re never too far from a Pastacaffe. The excellent Lamborghini coffee is a signature feature of these places, as is the all-day breakfast menu with freshly baked bread, croissants, omelettes and eggs any way you like.
A fixture of the Prague cafe scene, American-owned Bohemia Bagel bake the best bagels in town, filled in myriad ways including classics like egg & bacon or salmon and cream cheese.
La Bottega di Finestra
Italian cuisine doesn’t generally give breakfast much thought. Thankfully that isn’t the case here. Handy for Charles Bridge and with an egg-centric breakfast line-up that features a few scrambled eggs variants, omelettes, poached, fried or boiled. There’s a range of sweet baked goods available too if you’d prefer a lighter bite to start your day.
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