Café Savoy in Prague is one of the more prestigious restaurants in the Capital of the Czech Republic. When entering Café Savory, but also already from the outside, it looks like a typical classic french établissement. It’s known as a popular meeting place for breakfast, cakes from their own bakery and gourmet dishes, inspired by the French and Czech cuisine.
A real highlight is a remarkable interior with a Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to 1893. But the walls with all the wines and Champagne Bottles weren’t a bad view either. The size of their menu is quite okay, but if you want something vegetarian you don’t have many options. Therefore I picked the Salad with Bastion cheese, beetroot and pear for 258 CZK (10,26 Euro) and the French fries fried in peanut oil for 65 CZK (2,58 Euro). To accompany the dinner, I ordered a ‘Czech White Wine‘. I can’t remember which one exactly I had, but I think it was a Chardonnay from 2013 from the Znojmo subregion, and it tasted terrific.
Chef de cuisine Roman French created some delicious dishes, my salad and the fries paired very good. Even though I usually don’t like stinky Cheese (Bastion Cheese).
Another Highlight at Café Savoy in Prague, yes, another one, is the restaurant’s own bakery that offers fresh confectionery and bakery products on a daily basis. If you’re going downstairs to the bathrooms, you can even watch the chefs creating some exquisite goods – so cool.
Café Savoy Prague
Address: Vítězná 5, 150 00 Prague 5 Malá Strana, Czech Republic
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 8.00 – 22.30 Sat-Sun 9.00 – 22.30
Non-smoking restaurant & Free WiFi
Accepted Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Amex, Diners