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“Great apple strudel, view and coffee”
Review of Cafe Slavia

Cafe Slavia
Ranked #28 of 149 Dessert in Prague
Cuisines: Czech, International, Cafe
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Late Night, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
Neighborhood: Stare Mesto (Old Town)
Description: Café Slavia is a traditional cafe in the historical centre of Prague. There is Café Slavia and Divadelní (Theatrical) restaurant with entrance opposite to National Theatre, and Restaurant Parnas with entrance from the waterfront of river Vltava. We offer Czech and international cuisine. The menu includes salad, fish and meat specialities. You can try our breakfast menu, which you can order from 8 o clock in the morning, when the Café Slavia opens for you. We are aware of the history around us; the National Theater, Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. You can see these sights from your table enjoying a cup of hot coffee or a glass of good wine. We offer these exclusive premises for holding various social events. We are able to meet the wishes of even the most demanding clients. Our capacity is approx. 500 seated when connecting all the facilities of Café Slavia, Restaurant Parnas and Restaurant Jihočeská. Everyday between 17-23 a professional piano player is on stage with live music for you. This programme is a rarity in Prague.
Reviewed February 20, 2016

We had warm apple strudel with cream and coffee - yum! The view of the castle area is great if you can get a window seat and the walk along the river to get there is lovely on a nice day. The waitress was slightly off but warmed up as things went along!

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Thank Lakes_woman
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Reviewed February 17, 2016 via mobile

No one serves when getting in the entrance. There is a notice that suggesting the big cloth should be stored in the cloakroom, however each storage cost 5kc. Also the waitress demands the tips while she didn't serve well to the customers.

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Reviewed February 11, 2016

This is one of the most famous functionalist cafes in Prague it has nice views and a history to be proud of. Located just opposite to the National Theater it serves decent food that would not deserve any condemnation yet they know how to over salt food or bring hot veggies on cold plate so that they are cold by the time they reach your table. The staff seems relative friendly but definitely too active or agile.
There is live piano player but if you want to have a nice conversation better stay at a more remote table as it can be quite loud.The biggest disappointment is the selection of wines and water (either Italian 0,75l for 106 crowns or tap 1,0l for 100), Both is exaggerated at least.
This is a place worth visit but will never be your favorite place to return.

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Thank milan_czech
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Reviewed February 9, 2016

We ate here twice, (three times on our previous visit to Prague) and would definitely return. It is a super place with good food, good service but its the ambiance of the place. We have recommended it to several fiends and they are of the same. Make sure you visit if ever in Prague

Thank Chris E
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Reviewed February 5, 2016

Looking out onto the river and the beautiful National Theatre, we had a very reasonable meal in this friendly restaurant. Great 1930's décor and a pianist made for a relaxed last evening meal and would go back if we were ever in Prague again.

Thank trish010
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