Mon-Fri: 8:00-24.00, Sat-Sun: 10.00-24.00
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This establishment’s location, on a strategic and characterful corner of the Jewish Quarter, opposite Franz Kafka’s enigmatic statue, exudes style and sophistication. An evocative blend of Far-Eastern and European aesthetics are brought together and blended to create an oasis of calm and positive energy. The high, perimeter windows, open the interior spaces to the street, forming a distinctive feature, allowing guests to enjoy great views from the comfort of leather sofas or while seated at their tables. While the polished concrete floor, subdued grey walls, monumental, suspended lanters and a room full of olive trees greet guests. All the spaces exude a peaceful sense of calm. The menu offers well-priced, top-notch dishes. As well as a dangerously delicious array of cakes and desserts, served with probably the best Illy coffee in town. So you’re sure to dine well here!
GPS: 50°5'23.116 N, 14°25'16.542 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: Staroměstská cca 400 metres
Bus: cca 400 metres
Tram: 17, 18 cca 400 metres
From city centre: .
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