The Best Cafes in Prague – My Top 5

Prague is a really enchanting city with wonderful architecture, stunning views and lots of wonderful cosy and stylish cafes and restaurants. Whether you visit for the Christmas markets or in the height of summer, finding the best cafes in Prague to relax and people-watch is a must. I went to quite a few different cafes during my time in the city and have put together a list of my five favourites.

1.  Cafe Savoy

One of Prague’s oldest and grandest cafes having been around since 1893, the Cafe Savoy is certainly a must-visit. The interior is gorgeous and beautifully-restored in an Art Nouveau style, giving you a great taste of the past. The 7-metre high Neo-renaissance ceiling and huge windows make the whole place feel very grand – and the food and service certainly match that feeling. You can go for a full meal or just coffee and cake – but it’s probably a good idea to book ahead as this place is extremely popular.

Vítězná 5
150 00 Prague 5 – Malá Strana
T +420 731 136 144

Opening Times:
Mon – Fri    08.00 – 22.30
Sat – Sun    09.00 – 22.30


Best Cafes in Prague

2. Cafe Lounge

Only just round the corner from Cafe Savoy on a quiet residential street, Cafe Lounge is a really chilled out award-winning cafe which is perfect for coffee and sandwiches. With an imaginative menu and one of the best coffees I’ve ever tasted, it’s worth taking an hour or two to sample the delights in the wonderful space.

Plaská 615/8, 150 00 Praha 5
Újezd / Malá Strana
T +420 257 404 020

Opening Times:
Mon – Fri    07.30 – 22.00
Sat               09.00 – 22.00
Sun              09.00 – 17.00

3. Grand Cafe Orient

The only cubist style cafe in Prague, reconstructed from 1911 with a huge list of coffees and teas, Grand Cafe Orient is situated in The House of the Black Madonna, a building that is very important in the Czech Republic’s contribution to cubism. Every little detail has been paid attention to and it’s very atmospheric.

Dům U Černé Matky Boží (The House of the Black Madonna)
Ovocný trh 19
110 00 Praha 1
T +420 224 224 240

Opening Times:
Mon – Fri    09.00 – 22.00
Sat – Sun    10.00 – 22.00

The Best Cafes in Prague

4. Styl and Interior

Probably my favourite of all, Styl and Interior has a wonderful, warm atmosphere and brilliant staff. Set within a design shop, hidden at the back and overlooking a courtyard, it’s a great place for brunch with a group of friends or family. The decor is all from the shop itself and is beautifully done, it’s cosy and feels like being in your own lounge. Their cakes are mouth-wateringly tasty.

Vodičkova 708/35
Prague, Czech Republic 11000
T +420 222 543 128

Opening Times:
Mon – Sun    10.00 – 22.00

5. Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme is really cosy with a beautiful unique interior and excellent coffee. The attentive staff willingly explain all their coffees in great detail and make you want to try them all! Very spacious and quiet with cosy armchairs, it’s perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Sazavska 2031/32,
Prague 120 00, Czech Republic

Opening Times:
Mon – Fri    08.00 – 20.00
Sat – Sun    10.00 – 20.00

Best Cafes in Prague

If you’re interested in going to Prague, you can read more about my trip in the following post: A City Break in Prague

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16 Replies to “The Best Cafes in Prague – My Top 5”

  1. What some absolutely wonderful sounding cafe’s to visit. I have never been to Prague but would love to one day. I’ll have to drop in to these all if I ever make it.

  2. It’s such a lovely place to visit and I really appreciate you linking that guide for people who would like to go to Prague. I also fancy going to cafes and it’s nice to have this list to take note of! Thanks!

  3. I have not once travelled any where outside of my country, but some for weird coffee fetish, I have all the posts like these saved! I always love the entire aesthetic of a cafe! These look so amazing!

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