Good morning. Got a sore head? Have a good night last night? I know what you need - BRUNCH.
Brunch is my all-time favourite meal. If I could marry brunch, I would. I live for Sunday Brunch. It's my highlight of the week. No, I'm not kidding. I'm not sure how and I'm not sure why, but Prague has got a massive Brunch culture. I'm not complaining! So I've gathered some of the best places to go to sooth away the aches and pains of your hangover and eat some delicious brunch-y food.
The Globe Cafe
This is a local haunt for me. If you happen to come in on a Sunday morning and you see a gal sat in the corner writing letters - that's me. In my pre-veggie days, I tried practically everything on the menu. I can vouch that every single thing is amazing. I highly recommend the breakfast burrito, the bacon egg and cheese bagel and my personal favourite - BLUEBERRY PANCAKES! Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 3pm.
The Farm Urban Kitchen & Coffee
If you're a fan of the Berlin-type hipster coffee shop, then you will definitely LOVE The Farm. It's up in Prague 7, a short walk from Letna Park (you can go for a nice stroll to work off your brunch....?) What sets this place apart from the rest of the cafes in Prague is that each morning the owner heads out to the local farmers markets and buys all the ingredients. So the menu changes every day! Serving all-day brunch, you can not go wrong. Try to make a reservation first, it gets super busy at weekends!
This is a small chain running through Prague. There are two locations - Mala Strana, and Holesovice. Definitely go to the one in Holesovice, it's got a bigger place and they have a separate brunch menu on the weekends! There's not much in the way of vegetarian options, but I settled for the blueberry pancakes and they were sooo good. Served from 10am until 4pm, you too can enjoy pancakes or a full English or anything else that grabs your fancy. Have a mimosa too - treat yo'self!
A vegetarian's dream! I've mentioned this place before in the Veggie Hot-Spots of Prague. I've yet to experience brunch here, but the menu looks absolutely amazing. You can have anything from omelettes to waffles to vegan dishes (no pancakes though...boooo). The atmosphere is super cosy in here, it's like walking into an antique shop, and you can enjoy this until 3pm on the weekends.
If you want something a little more luxurious and you really wanna go all out, Cross the river to Cafe Savoy in Prague 5. Breakfast begins at 9 on the weekends (8am on weekdays) and I would really recommend making a reservation. It's very popular with both tourists and locals alike. They prices are very expensive (for Prague anyway..) going up to 385CZK for the French Breakfast. But you're paying for excellent service, a little bit of luxury and excellent presentation! The eggs are served in a glass!! If you can't say that's classy then knock me down.
Again, this is a little more luxurious (although maybe not as posh as Cafe Savoy). As I've mentioned before, this is where Einstein used to come and do some serious thinking. The classic art nouveau interior mixed with the daily newspapers on offer, this is the perfect place to cure your hangover. The food is super delicious and I can promise you won't regret spending a single Czech Crown here. You can enjoy it from 9am on weekends, and there are even some set menu deals which include a coffee or juice!
By Brunchinator, Angharad Owen