Favorite brunch & gelato spots in Prague

04 September 2016

Apart from being a stunning city, Prague was also a treat for our taste buds. Honestly I’m not such a fan of the traditional Czech cuisine – read goulash, roast pork and fried schnitzels. So before we left I did a little internet research and listed some lunch recommendations of locals and TripAdvisor/Zomato enthusiasts. I actually always do this before going on holiday because you know, food is important. We also stumbled upon some really great gelaterias which I included in this mini-guide. 


1. Sweet & Pepper Days

I’d found pictures of Sweet & Pepper Days online in which a blue bike in the shop’s interior caught my eye. Cute bikes being one of my weaknesses, I decided we had to check the place out. Of course when we got there, there was no bike to be seen but we did enjoy a really nice breakfast. I was gonna go with the full English breakfast until the waiter told me about their pancakes and I was immediately sold. They came with strawberries and coconut cream, absolute heaven! Next to breakfast they also serve a wide range of burgers, hotdogs and pasta. The menu changes weekly so be sure to have a look at their website.

LOCATION? Anglická 19 in Vinohrady 
HOW TO GET THERE? Take metro line A to Náměstí Míru, it’s just a 10 minute walk from there! 

2. Dish

Rens and I are great burger fans so imagine our excitement when we found Dish at a stone’s throw away from our hotel. The place was crowded but we were lucky to secure a free spot on the terrace. I opted for a burger with goat’s cheese, sundried tomatoes and fig mayonnaise with a side of honey-mustard coleslaw and typing this is making my mouth water again. It was seriously one of the best burgers I’ve ever had and trust me, I’ve tasted a few. Rens was also pretty satisfied with his classic Dish burger with cheddar cheese, bacon and confited garlic aioli. Burgeristas - if that’s not a word, it should be - you know where to go!

LOCATION? Římská 29 in Vinohrady 
HOW TO GET THERE? Take metro line A to Náměstí Míru, it’s just a 5 minute walk from there!

3. Café Zahorsky

Café Zahorsky is a great place to get some breakfast before heading to Prague Castle since the bistro slash bakery is just a metro stop away. Rens ordered pancakes with raspberry sauce and sour cream, while I tasted my first eggs benedict (and loved them!). I wish I could’ve tried more of their options like yoghurt with muesli and fresh fruits or their homemade croissants with marmalade. Zahorsky’s artsy interior with big unevenly hung lights and a colorful plate printed wallpaper makes it a spot you won’t soon forget. 

LOCATION? Eliášova 1 in Dejvice 
HOW TO GET THERE? Take metro line A to Hradčanská, it’s just a 5 minute walk from there! 


1. Puro Gelato

Puro Gelato, the place where not just the gelato but the staff puts a smile on your face. They have a really cute shop near the riverside close to Vyšehrad. I was immediately drawn to the cute red tables and chairs on the terrace. Both the cheesecake and walnut flavors I picked were delightful.

LOCATION? Na Hrobci 410 in Nové Město
HOW TO GET THERE? Take tram 17 to Výtoň 

2. Angelato

Angelato is probably the best known gelateria in Prague. There are actually two Angelato shops, both at different sides of the Vltava river. One's located near the Old Town Square, while you can also enjoy their rather special flavors at the foot of the funicular going to Petrin Hill. Of course they serve the classics like strawberry, chocolate and salted caramel but you'll also find olive, basil, parmesan and even rice gelato ready for you to try out. I played it safe with tiramisu and stracciatella with big chunks of chocolate but if you're more of a daredevil than I am, this is the place to go.

LOCATION? Rytířská 27 & Újezd 24 in Staré Město
HOW TO GET THERE? Take tram 22 to Újezd (for the shop at Petrin Hill)

3. Zmrzlinar

One word: vanilla. While you'll find plenty of flavor options at Zmrzlinář, their vanilla ice cream is the one you don't wanna miss out on! I also highly recommend their cinnamon flavor and the pistachio was Rens' personal favorite. Also nice to know: Zmrzlinář is derived from the word 'zmrlina', which is Czech for ice cream!

LOCATION? Slezská 15 in Vinohrady  
HOW TO GET THERE? Take metro line A to Náměstí Míru, it’s just a 5 minute walk from there!

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