Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre high hand-painted ceiling which is best viewed from the balcony. Savoy is one of the best places in Prague for morning coffee.
Viennese Coffeehouse Atmosphere
Located in a fin de siècle building close to the Vltava River, Café Savoy is the epitome of a Viennese coffeehouse. Large windows overlook the-tree lined street and other classical buildings. After the Velvet Revolution in 1989, it was the favourite haunt of dissidents who would discuss world affairs in thick clouds of tobacco smoke. Today the Savoy is a non-smoking restaurant since the ban on smoking came into force in May 2017. WiFi is free but don’t have your eyes glued to the screen because then you will miss the grandeur of the interior.
Breakfast, Coffee and Lunch
Today Café Savoy is a favourite haunt of coffee lovers who can choose from café au lait, espresso with milk chocolate and cinnamon, or Algerian coffee, espresso with egg liqueur and whipped cream accompanied by mouthwatering pastries from Savoy’s own bakery. If you are really in for a treat try Chestnut coffee: whipped milk, cream and chestnut purée. Savoy is also the perfect place for breakfast. Whether you go for the continental, the full English or the healthy breakfast, the portions are big and you may decide to skip lunch. The weekly lunch menu features different dishes each week is very affordable and delectable. The gourmet menu is unrivalled and a feast for the taste buds.
Café Savoy is one of the most iconic cafes in all of Prague. There is no better place to enjoy a glass of red wine in classical surroundings.
Monday to Friday 08.00-22.30
Saturday and Sunday 09.00-22.30