The Paneria bakery chain offers a wide variety of items, from croissants and typical Czech goodies such as koláč (a sort of tart), to chocolate cake. The shops also serve savouries including panini and quiche. Paneria is a little bit more expensive than the average Prague bakery, but the quality is decent and there are several branches, all of which have seating areas. A good choice if you want to grab a quick coffee and pastry while you’re exploring.
Located minutes from Old Town Square, I found this gem after a morning of wandering the Jewish Quarter. Tired and needing a quick energy fix, the coffee here was a perfect pick-me-up. Bakeshop Praha soon became my every day stop for a cup of consistently good coffee and the opportunity to rest in a non-smoking zone, something that is very difficult to find in Prague.
Everything in the shop is baked daily, including their famous sourdough bread, with varieties such as walnut, potato dill, rosemary olive oil, and black olive.
Their display cases showcase loaf cakes, savory pies, canapés, quiches, sandwiches and even wedding cakes.
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