Love at first sight, its unbelievable. Very nice place so close to center, oasis of calm you have to visit when your in Prague
This place is hidden right in the centre of Prague and it is difficult to find if you don’t know where to look. Only a sign above an unremarkable passageway opposite the famous Lucerna passage will draw your attention. After walking through it, a cosy garden opened in front of us with a gazebo in its middle and wooden pathways right just above the mawn. Those lead to tables and chairs made of rattan. A pieceful and calm atmosphere ruled the place. There were no sings of the hustle and bustle of the city. We had delicious home-made strawberry lemonade with basel in an original glass, which we previsouly spotted at the next table. With that we ordered grapefruit lemonade and tasty capuccino. We experienced a beatiful and relaxed afternoon here. The perfection of the place was only spoilt by the sour expressions in the faces of the waitresses which could not be beaten by an extra portion of sugar in the grapefruit lemonade. However, that will not prevent us from coming back.
Spent Mother's Day in Prague and we stumbled upon this gem. Literally a hidden garden in the hustle and bustle of the city. If the weather is great, grab a seat outside and enjoy the moment. Quiche is phenomenal, main dishes looked delicious as well. This place is also highly recommended by the Prague Food Tour, run by locals, so you know it's good!
We found out about this place from a chance encounter with a local resident, and are so glad that we did. The decor is exquisite and charming in a way that's different to anywhere else in Prague - the garden in particular is a lovely place to hang out - and there's a wide selection of delicious foods, including an impressive hot drinks menu. I loved the carrot cake and the lavender cookies. Eating here was a real treat.
If I could, I'd spend all day every day in this refreshing garden. It is perfection, from the old walls to the gnarled tall trees, the elegant snacks to the specialty drinks. The tables are widely spaced, giving everyone enough room for quiet and privacy in a picnic-like atmosphere just steps away from the bustle of the busy shopping street. Refresh your palate and soul in this breezy garden and enjoy some bird watching while you're there.
It was suggested that we eat lunch here. This place is kind of tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the streets and I couldn't have found on my own. This is a very nice cafe with a limited menu but enough for a sufficient lunch after sightseeing. Relaxing with a charm all it's own. Service seemed a little slow but we weren't in a hurry.
This cafe (The name in English means Magic Cafe) is stuck in and behind an antique store deep in the yard of an old house. The antiques make a nice environment to consumption of coffee and other products. My wife had a cappuccino and I settled for espresso and a glass of hot fruit juice with cinnamon. All was very good. The only minus is the staff. Not too many smiles and slow in taking orders and delivery. If you are not in hurry this is a good place for talking.
As a local there aren't many cafes that slip under my radar however this newly opened (June 2014) cafe is a peaceful oasis off the main Wenceslas Square. Great for a coffee/tea and cake with friends in a friendly, warm and cosy environment. They have a beautiful garden too that looks like it would be a great spot in the summer! Oh and their Christmas cookies and mulled wine is divine!