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Though... Northern European I have high standards to gingerbread and related bakes, so it did not meet my standards. But enjoying for small children, and not too far away of the beaten track. Nice service. High prices. Too little spices.
We could smell the aroma while on our stroll to the river. The cookies are beautifully decorated. The cookies were delicious. The prices in my opinion were reasonable. We visited several times while in Prague. Worth a visit.
We loved the place,from outside and inside,saying,what a great Idea.The baking smell all around the place was amazing.So we took full plate of different sweets but: too small,too average and the gingerbread is dry,very dry product lacking the quality of traditional Czech pernik.Very disappointed visit...More
First- I am not a huge gingerbread fan, so to say this is heaven is HUGE. We stopped here because this is the oldest gingerbread bakery in Prague, so why not right?
They did not disappoint when we got our cookies, we got two because...More
We went there to buy the "best gingerbread" in town and I must say I was disappointed.
There was no scent of gingerbread and you could see that the gingerbread was not baked on the day as it was stored in boxes ready to be...More
We had gone to the river to feed the swans and passed this shop on the way back to the Charles Bridge. Adorable decorated cookies big and small. Smell is worth finding the shop. Pick up treats for later or sit outside and enjoy other...More
Headed here early one morning for coffee and some pastries. I was not expecting the beautifully decorated gingerbread dolls, etc. They even have some you can hang on your Christmas tree. My friend bought several different items to give as gifts. I bought the Kolacky...More
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Response from Helena N | Property representative |
we are gingerbread shop in Hastalska street near by Old town square and near by palladium shoppping center. We are little shop with the baking corner on the one part of the shop and the table seating in the second part... More
we are gingerbread shop in Hastalska street near by Old town square and near by palladium shoppping center. We are little shop with the baking corner on the one part of the shop and the table seating in the second part. Green big wooden 2parts doors. But the opening of the our shop was November 2014. Thank you and maybe we will see you soon. Helena N.