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Pure joy of the tastiest possible gourmet coffee. Both the cappuccino and espresso were the ultimate. We also enjoyed sharing the apple strudel that was better than what we had in Vienna. Even the background music was amazing.
Weve been in 4 states in europe and the coffee was so bad. And then this jam came up and it is so good! My BF is a brista and he says it is one of the best coffee he has tasted. Also! When you...pass the store you can smell coffee aroma. It is so good. Go check it out if you love coffee!More
Quiet coffee shop with carefully handcrafted drinks. Barista is very helpful at making recommendations and speaks English. Coffee aficionados will appreciate the selection, and casual coffee drinkers will be pleased as well. Also has small housemade chocolates and treats on offer as well. Free WiFi
We stayed at an AirBnB nearby, and we didnt have any coffee machine at our place, so this coffee shop was our main location for the daily brew. The coffee was fantastic, they are really knowledgeable on their product and very kind.
It is a little shop in the city centre. Opened only during working days, not on Sat and Sun. Take one cup of delicious coffeeand then buy beans roasted directly by this company. The beans are quite expensive, but I have never been disappointed.
My girlfriend and I went to this tiny cafe for a coffee after having lunch at a nearby restaurant.
The place is located close to Palladium, about 1 min by walk, easy to spot as it is on the left at the end of its...street.
You can choose either Cuba or Honduras as origin of your coffee, and my girlfriend and I chose Honduras, since central american coffee are according to me the best given to their low acidity and sweet taste.
We had two macchiato coffees which were very good, well prepared by the friendly barista and delivered with latte art, which is a plus.
The place is very small, can probably seat 10 people overall, but nonetheless we both loved it for its pleasant atmosphere.
Coffees were surprisingly cheap compared to other cafes nearby, and the quality is higher, so definitely a great value for money.
We will definitely be back!More
Spent 5 days in Prague, looking for great coffee experiences, too bad I only found this on my way to the airport. Michal is clearly very passionate about his coffee :) No burgers or sandwiches here, just great coffee...perfect!
Whilst out walking we found this little coffee shop by accident!
We were made to feel so welcome.
Michal passion is coffee and jazz !! Which is a great combination.
If you are visiting Prague. I would definitely recommend you visit here.
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