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This place used to be good, and came recommended by our course director who arranged a 10% discount for us. Good location. Unfortunately, the behaviour of staff leaves a lot to be desired.
What a nasty piece of work the older male waiter is.
Went there with a friend to see stand up show. Our waiter - an older guy in shorts and flip flops - mistook our order. When we told its not what we ordered, instead of apologizing and fixing it, he tried to explain to us...More
We came here for looking for something different and yet still authentic. We certainly found it.
Service was prompt, there was a good choice of breakfast options (including good coffee) and excellent milkshakes! We returned twice times during our trip as it made a great...More
This was supposed to be a quick “let’s check it out” kind of stop. And after a quick trip around the smallish bookstore we found the cafe.
Comfortable and inviting. Absolutely cozy. We sat down and my wife tried the taster flight of beer and...More
Second time I’ve been here in the past few months, and the same poor service. They clearly can’t cope when it’s busy. Today, two coffees and a glass of water took 30 minutes to arrive. The time before, food took an hour, they also missed...More
The front of the cafe where the bookstore is cute , however they kinda try and cram you in where the cafe is- which is weird as there seems like more space ! Good coffee but found the food overrated - I had Eggs benedict-...More
Personally I don’t recommend. The atmosphere is very nice but the food is so so and the service is slow. We ordered eggs Benedict and got the wrong order (ham instead of bacon), the hash browns were cold and my friend found a hair in...More
Nearly 700 hundred meters long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
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