5 Best Breakfast Spots in Prague


Start your day off right with a heavenly breakfast in one of Prague’s top morning spots. Whatever your breakfast craving may be, The Golden City has something that will satisfy your taste buds. Check out our list of the best mouth-watering options in Prague for your most important meal of the day.

1)     Café Savoy

Café Savoy is arguably the most popular breakfast spot in town and it’s frequently visited by locals, tourists and expats looking for a delicious start to their day. Although slightly pricey, the Savoy’s beautifully restored Art Deco interior, great menu and top-notch service make it worth the few extra bucks. Their Viennese-style menu offers plenty of healthy breakfast options and there’s a bakery on the premises, serving fresh pastries throughout the day. If you’ve got time, indulge in one of their breakfast combos such as the delicious Savoy breakfast, which includes everything from Prague ham and organic cheese to jam and nut marble cake. Oh, and don’t forget to try Savoy’s famous hot chocolate!



2) Bohemia Bagel

Get a taste of America in the Malá Strana neighbourhood of Prague. As the name suggests, Bohemia Bagel focuses on serving a good variety of bagel meals, which are freshly baked in-house and oh-so-delicious! Locals and visitors alike come here to enjoy sweet and savoy versions of this classic American breakfast dish. Bohemia Bagel also offers a selection of breakfast sandwiches, burritos, American pancakes, hash browns and eggs any style. Like at any good American restaurant, you can also get a coffee refill here. Great spot for slow mornings as well as for a quick and delicious breakfast on the go!


3) Misto

Misto is another of Prague’s trendy breakfast options. This cozy café near the Hradcanska metro station opened in July 2015 and became an instant success. Today, you’ll need a reservation to enjoy a Sunday breakfast at Misto. Their breakfast menu offers a solid variety of egg dishes, pancakes, porridge and homemade granola but their main draw is their amazing selection of speciality coffees from around the world.

4) Eska

With an extensive menu offering savoury, sweet and healthy breakfasts, Eska is a morning haven. Located in the trendy Karlín neighbourhood, it’s the perfect breakfast stop before exploring the “real Prague”. Have a seat at this ultra-modern café and enjoy a hearty omelette, French toast or local freshly baked pastries while people watching.

5) Coffee Room

This contemporary cafe boasts one of Prague’s best breakfasts and it has slowly become one of our favourite places for a light breakfast. Breakfast is served every day until 12pm and also features some vegetarian and vegan options. Visitors rave about their green smoothie bowl and their great selection of specialty coffees and teas! The ambiance is pleasantly light and refreshing, boasting wooden countertops, green plants and pieces of modern design. If there’s one café worth travelling across the city for, it’s Coffee Room.

89This is a guest post sponsored by The Corinthia Hotels and written by Steve Ewins. An avid Traveller who has visited more than 80 countries.