French pastries in the center of Prague. Everyone loves to make a break in a "boulanguerie". This is perfect to taste a croissant, a pain au chocolat or any thick and creamy cake. Cozy setting
Michelle Obama loved this place when she ate here. You don´t need to eat koshed to enjoy this place. It is supposed to be the oldest of the kosher Prague restaurants but it is also the better. An interesting way of getting to know the jewish culture here.
If you walk through Kremenkova street, look for a big clock. It's the U Fleku, the oldest restaurant and brewery of Prague, founded in 1499.
Traditional old Czech dishes and the best beer I've ever tried. If you don't mind to share your table with strangers, you'll have fun singing "clavelitos".
Delicatessen place closed to the National Theatre. You can buy there a yummy sandwich, a traditional cheese or a local sweet. It´s been open for almost a century. Interesting place.
This a wonderful cafe in a city which is plenty of them. Cafe Louvre is a monument itself. Founded in 1902 the local intelligentsia used to stop by here ( Einstein and Kafka included). Today, it´s still a really interesting and beautiful place.