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Whenever we are in Prague we visit Antoninovo, which has more locations around the city.
Today we went To Vinohrady and on the way for lunch we stopped to enjoy a buchta with plum jam. Not as good as in the other locations we have...had it recently, but still delicious and filling.
There is free wifi, toilets and complimentary water, so all in all the place is very good especially thanks to its fair prices.More
There’s no better place in Prague for the most delicious bakery goods than this small local chain. The service, atmosphere and allllllll the bakery goods that are sold here are consistently superb in every way. I can’t get enough of their breads, goodies, treats and...did I mention their breads? :)
The care and attention to every detail is superb and the people genuinely care about your visit and your health. The value for the high quality bakery goods is also excellent.
Highly recommended by somebody who eats way too much delicious bread lolMore
We visited here on the recommendations of our Air BnB hosts.
It is in a really nice quiet neighbourhood and a very cute little bakery, we chose to sit outside to as it was quite busy inside. There was a queue of locals when we...arrived (as advised there would be by our hosts, locals love this place) but they served quickly and we didn’t have to wait very long.
Both had the tuna spread on bread slices plus a couple of different sweet filled breads and pastries. I basically picked a few sweet things that seemed popular and very happy with the choices.
Very tasty and fresh!
Really like that you could see them preparing and making the pastries alongside the counter.
Worth a visit if in the area!More
We stumbled on to this place while wandering around the neighborhood of Vinohrady. We'd been through the Old town section, and then for reasons I now forget, my wife wanted to see one of the two Botas 66 shoe stores in town, and we ended...up at the one in Vinohrady, after a long, long walk.
We split a sandwich and having a couple of coffees. Coffee was eh, not great. Sandwich was great. The pastries in the counter looked amazing, although we did not indulge. Service was utilitarian. Being as that this was outside the tourist areas, prices were very reasonable.
While we were there, there was a steady stream of what looked like people from the neighborhood coming in to buy bread and goodies, so I guess it must have a reasonable rep in the community.More
My wife and I were really excited to eat at Antoninovo Bakery based on the reviews we read on TripAdvisor. We walked about 20 minutes to get there from our hotel and worked up an appetite.
Our first impression of the cafe was pleasant -...there was a nice aroma of bread, pastry and coffee. We stood in line to place our orders and when it came our turn, that was when our experience went downhill very quickly. The server was impatient and rude, and not willing to answer any of our questions. It could have been the language barrier - we didn’t speak Czech and she didn’t speak much English, but her facial expression and body language tells me it wasn’t just the language barrier. There was a nice local lady behind us in the queue and even she expressed to my wife her annoyance at how rude the server was!
So to cut a long story short, we ordered whatever we could, not knowing what we really ordered, ate and got out of the cafe, truly disappointed and dissatisfied with the experience. To be fair, their bread and pastries were fresh and pretty tasty.More
Today I had a quick buchta with poppy seed on our way to the city from a nearby coffee shop.
We have been visiting Antoninovo for a long time, but this time my pastry was not particularly soft and did not impress me at all....They have a great variety of both sweet and savory treats, with very fair prices and normally very tasty. Maybe I just had an unlucky piece today.
Overall a good place both for breakfast and lunch, bread is also tasty.More
Came here for the soup and bread and the lunch crowd was very much in evident which according to my wife is always a mark of quality! While the soup is good the bread is incredible. Nothing fancy the bread but gorgeous! We were planning...to have lunch with beer another a pub so had to regretfully leave after we finished our soup. Understand they started off as one shop this one isn't the original one and due to demand expanded to three.More