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We are Kafka Snob Food but ironically or not the truth is that there is nothing Snob about us. We are a team of multicultural people who is working hard to succeed at creating a great memory to everyone who chooses to visit us. Our focus is solely on having the best quality food available daily for you to serve it with a smile and to do the best we can to satisfy your wishes. Kafka Snob food mixes a music, design and friendly people creating more than a restaurant, an experience.
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We stopped for a cold drink and stayed for lunch. Smoked salmon for him, chicken cutlet for me. There were fresh cold drinks and the people were really friendly and obliging. We say for a long time and they let us.
In a relatively quiet street near the old town and the Jewish quarter. Interior plain but comfy. A good size menu. Everything we tried was fresh, well prepared and photogenically served with a dollop of creativity usually carefully avoided in touristy places. It was easy...More
My favourite café in this part of Prague centrum. Coffee is fantastic, little bit darker interior, but I have nothing for complaining. Smart stop during exploring of the Jewish museum (the cemetery and synagogues).
We went for lunch. One had the pastrami sandwich which I felt was small on half a piece of break and the other person had the scrambled eggs decent portion
service was fine for prague
price was was high for the pastrami sandwich
They tried to short change us...that too for just a cup of coffee and laughed at our face as we walked out not realising we understand their language.More
Date of visit: May 2019
AndreKafka, Manažer at Kafka Snob Food, responded to this reviewResponded May 12, 2019
Hallo, it is very dificult to understand what was the problem and why did you rate us just with one star. Can you please spicify, what did you have for lunch, or to drink, that we can work with your feedback. Thank you very much....More
We ventured in this restaurant as we wanted coffee. Although it appeared to be a restaurant the waiter told us there was no problem ordering just coffee and directed us through to the back of the restaurant. It was around 3pm so most of the...More
We found this gem of a cafe whilst looking for breakfast and were not disappointed. We had avacado and poached egg on toast which was cooked to perfection.
We loved the decor mixed patterned tiles, shabby-chic furniture was really on trend.
On our last day...More
Josefov houses Prague’s Jewish community. This small neighborhood centered around Široká street is completely surrounded by Staré Město (Old Town). As the former Jewish Ghetto, today all that remains are a few synagogues and the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Europe. The narrow streets were once small enough that a person could touch the houses on both sides. You can still feel the dignity and history this
neighborhood carries in its legacy as Franz Kafka’s birthplace. Nearby streets are full of kosher restaurants, museums and antique bookstores.