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The place is so cozy with amazing artworks. I ordered espresso there and really never tasted any espresso like that before, also had a very tasty quiche. The owner is very friendly and passionate about what he does.
Great feel, great coffee. We couldn't find a table to seat 6 so we split up. Breakfast menu was limited but our toastie was lovely and fresh. Thanks goodness we found this place as the coffee is wonderful!
We went here for breakfast and ordered a toasted sandwich and some bread with avocado and salmon. The food, coffee and fresh orange juice was delicious. The service was very friendly. They offered us a lot of options for breakfast, including vegetarian options. The place...is small and charming. Will be back on our next trip to prague.More
It is only one street away from Charles Bridge but it feels like a world away, as most tourists don't venture away from main thoroughfare. It serves smooth coffee with lovely sweet and savory bakes. It's small and so much better than any international chain....Great staff.More
We were recommended to this cute coffee shop by the chap selling classical concert tickets located by Charles Bridge. A little gem, quirky interior, warm, friendly and excellent hot latte and flat white. We came here a couple of times, worth a visit!
So if I was rating it on the first experience it would be 4 or 5 but the 2 other visits the staff were so slow and rubbish it put me off going again. One of my biggest bug bears is being served and then...waiting for your coffee whilst take away customers get theirs first. Over 20 minutes for the first coffee of the day did not go down well. Try Ema espresso or La bohirme they are much nicer and way better coffeeMore
Date of visit: November 2019
OlgaBrolga, Public Relations Manager at Tricafe, responded to this reviewResponded November 29, 2019
Dear Pedrojock, thank you for your feedback. We take your concerns seriously. We do our best to keep everyone happy yet, sometimes it might take a while. Apologies from our side. Best regards, Olga
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