I love this place, which offers much more than the name suggests, including baguettes and gâteaux and a wide selection of filling and tasty pastries. My favourite savoury snack is the totally un-pc Sýrový šnek (literally "cheese snail"), a pastry spiral made with mozarella and gouda, making it slightly gooey. The sweet pastries are excellent too!
Rembrandt Donuts is a little more expensive than the average Prague bakery, but the higher prices are definitely worth it.
After 6pm, you can buy many items are at a reduced price. Some branches are little more than holes in the wall, but others have seating areas.
It seems as if there’s a pizzeria on almost every street corner in Prague, so it can be hard to know which are are the best. I’ve found Pizza Coloseum (their spelling) one of the most reliable. The selection of pizzas and pasta dishes is quite extensive, and although I’ve seen prices rise quite a lot in recent years, the restaurants are still very reasonable, and main course prices average around CZK 150-200.
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.
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