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The Best Breakfast And Brunch Spots In Mala Strana, Prague

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Updated: 13 March 2017
The Malá Strana neighborhood of Prague is known for having an eclectic collection of food on offer, from delicious Thai food to traditional German restaurants and pizza parlors to seafood and everything in between. Whatever you may be breakfast craving, Malá Strana has somewhere that will satisfy. Just check out these top choices.

Bohemia Bagel

Bohemia Bagel has brought the American love for breakfast to the people of Prague. It serves plenty of amazing options for any breakfast-lover. As the name suggests, the restaurant focuses on a variety of bagel meals, from mouthwatering bagel egg sandwiches to full meals with bagels, eggs, bacon, pancakes, and even hash-browns. Bohemia Bagel has a very typical American diner atmosphere with the free coffee refills and a no nonsense set-up. Quick and easy, this is a great spot for breakfast in Prague.
Address: Bohemia Bagel, Lázeňská 19, Malá Strana-Praha, Czech Republic, +420 257 218 192

Egg, bacon and cheese bagel | © Lara604/Flickr
Egg, bacon and cheese bagel | © Lara604/Flickr

Cafe Savoy

Near the Charles Bridge and around the corner from the National Theater, Cafe Savoy is a classic spot in a great location. The cafe has the feel of stepping back in time and the building itself dates back to the 1890s. There is a bakery on the premises where all the pastries are made fresh every day and the delicious aromas fill the cafe. Other breakfast options are the Continental, the full English and a full French platter, as well as the irresistible Savoy breakfast, which includes fresh-baked bread, Prague ham, Emmenthal cheese, home-made butter and jam, cake and a speciality hot chocolate.
Address: Cafe Savoy, Vítězná 124/5, Malá Strana-Praha, Czech Republic, +420 257 311 562

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Mala Strana, Prague | © Kaja Bilek/Flickr

Cafe Lounge

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Cafe Lounge

The sleek and stylish Cafe Lounge is a real find in the Malá Strana area. It has some of the best coffee around without any typical price surge and some truly unique breakfast choices. They serve grilled Bavarian sausage with Dijon mustard, Semolina Pudding, and chick peas with crushed tomatoes. As well as some more standard breakfast options, like assortments of eggs, pancakes, and croissants. The cafe only serves breakfast until 11am on weekdays, but luckily all day on weekends.
Address: Cafe Lounge, Plaská 615/8, Malá Strana-Praha, Czech Republic, +420 257 404 020

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9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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7:30 am - 10:00 pm
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7:30 am - 10:00 pm
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7:30 am - 10:00 pm
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7:30 am - 10:00 pm
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7:30 am - 10:00 pm
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9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Augustine Restaurant

Based out of the Augustine Hotel, this restaurant offers a decadent breakfast menu. Augustine Restaurant has a range of choices from the bakery with home-made marmalade and wild honey, to eggs Benedict, pancakes, and French toast. The atmosphere here is very upscale with open windows and modern decor. What’s more, the chef strives to use only seasonal ingredients from local sellers.
Address: Augustine Restaurant, Letenská 33/12,Malá Strana-Praha, Czech Republic, +420 266 112 280

Bakeshop Little Bakery

This adorable bakery is chock full of delicious goodies and treats that you won’t be able to resist. Bakeshop Little Bakery is located near the river and a few minutes’ walk from great sights, like the Franz Kafka Museum. They have every type of baked good lining their shop, like delicious muffins, cakes, croissants, bagels and baguettes, and some tarts and pies. Grab a coffee and a sweet for take away or sit and enjoy the quaint and friendly atmosphere that abounds.
Address: Bakeshop Little Bakery, U Luzickeho Seminare 22, Mala Strana, Praha, Czech Republic, +420 222 316 823