“I’m sorry, we are full”, said the waitress. I was a bit afraid; we should have made a reservation when we were thinking of going here in the evening. I was here just once before with my friend Stewart for brunch. It was kind of by accident, and they were almost full, as well. It was raining outside that day, and we were supposed to go for brunch somewhere else, but that place was full. With that, we started to look for another place nearby and found Můj šálek kávy. We ended up there, which was a great place to discover by accident, to be honest. They have plenty options for tea, coffee, homemade lemonade, hot chocolate and even things to eat, like theRead more.

Another great place if you’re looking for Asian (specifically Vietnamese) cuisine is Phollow. Clever name, isn’t it? They have a range of pho bowls to choose from as well with an infusion of other Asian dishes.  You can find spring rolls, pho bowls, meat and rice dishes, meat and noodle dishes as well with meat and vegetable dishes. You’ve got the entire range covered. As for the meat, you can get duck, salmon, seafood, beef, chicken and pork — vegetarian and tofu options are also available, don’t worry. In addition to a wide selection of food, they are also ready for you with their full-on drink menu. With an entire page dedicated to drinks, they offer vietnamese coffee, an assortmentRead more.

Craving some fresh Vietnamese cuisine in Prague? Don’t know where to go? Let me tell you that your hard days of searching are over — we found them. Pho Vietnam If you’re into the best of the best when it comes to pho (vietnamese rice noodles with fresh vegetables soaked in a spiced-rich broth), it doesn’t always have to be expensive. Here, located near the centre of Prague is Pho Vietnam, the mighty god of all the pho for just 99 CZK ($4). The most popular pho dishes are Pho Ga (chicken-based) or Pho Bo (beef-based). If you’re not in the mood for hot soup, there is an alternative – perhaps the best alternative. I think it’s my favourite dish inRead more.