The Top 5 Best Brunch Spots to Make You Want to Visit Prague

April 18, 2020
Your guide 5 best spots in the city to enjoy a delicious brunch including different types of cuisines. Start your day off right with brunch before exploring all Prague as to offer!

The Top 5 Best Brunch Spots in Prague

Prague is one of the few major cities in Europe that you can enjoy a delicious brunch at a beautifully decorated cafe for less than $10.

When I first went to Prague I never expected to find such an amazing and diverse food scene and was pleasantly surprised.

I definitely took advantage of the city's affordable brunch offerings by eating brunch almost every day.

Here you can find the 5 best brunch spots perfect for fueling your day of adventures in Prague ahead!

1. Avocado Gang

My delish banana crepe at Avocado Gang

Perfect for: avocado lovers and vegans/vegetarians with plenty of plant-based options

I'm sure you've heard about the avocado-themed restaurants that have been trending around the world and the Avocado Gang is the first avocado spot to open in Prague.

Luckily, unlike the majority of avocado restaurants, you don't have to wait in line for hours and the prices are super affordable!

Here you can expect to find a huge variety of different dishes all containing avocado along with fresh fruit smoothies and juices.

All the dishes are beautifully presented and are made with high quality and healthy ingredients.

Avocado Gang
  • Address: Křižíkova 72, 186 00 Karlín, Praha
  • Hours: Monday 08:00 - 15:00 | Weekdays 08:00 - 18:00 | Saturday 09:00 - 18:00 | Closed on Sunday
  • Phone: +420 222 963 044
  • Metro Stop: Křižíkova
  • Website: Link
  • Social Media: Instagram

2. Cobra

Photo ©Cobra

Perfect for: brunch in the morning and a cocktail in the evening

Cobra is truly a unique spot, a popular restaurant and cafe by day and a cool bar by night.

The brunch atmosphere is very chill and welcoming and sometimes even features live music to liven up your meal.

Here you can expect to find excellent coffee and traditional brunch flavors with an updated twist such as rainbow pancakes.

  • Address: M. Horákové 688/8, 170 00 7-Holešovice, Praha
  • Hours: Monday 08:00 - 01:00 | Weekdays 08:00 - 02:00 | Saturday 10:00 - 02:00 | Sunday 10:00 - 01:00
  • Phone: +420 777 355 876
  • Metro Stop: Vltavská
  • Website: Link
  • Social Media: Instagram

3. Bistro Monk

Photo ©Bistro Monk

Perfect for: Those looking for a power brunch right in the middle of the action

Bistro Monk is located in Prague's Old Town, the most popular area in the city where you will find almost every attraction and gorgeous architecture.

Although, it's location screams tourist 101, Bistro Monk is also popular for locals due to its' elevated brunch fare.

Here you can expect to find brunch classics such as eggs benedict, pancakes and fresh OJ.

You can enjoy the perfect power brunch here before heading out to see the nearby sights of Prague.

Bistro Monk
  • Address: Michalská 20, 110 00 Staré Město, Praha
  • Hours: Weekdays 08:00 - 17:30 | Friday - Saturday 08:00 - 22:00 | Sunday 08:00 - 18:00
  • Phone: +420 777 119 785
  • Metro Stop: Můstek
  • Website: Link
  • Social Media: Instagram

4. Momoichi Bistro

A slice of matcha cheesecake is the perfect way to end your brunch.

Perfect for: Japanese food fans and avid tea drinkers

At Momoichi Bistro you can find a little piece of Japan in the heart of Prague.

If you love matcha and Japanese food, you must visit Momoichi when in the city.

You can expect to find typical Japanese favorites such as matcha tea, okonomiyaki and, gyoza.

The atmosphere is chill and the restaurant is decorated with a touch of eastern flair including Japanese lanterns hanging from the ceiling and even a high-tech Japanese toilet.

Momoichi Bistro
  • Address: Římská 35/1199, 120 00 Vinohrady, Praha
  • Hours: 11:30 - 20:00
  • Phone: +420 721 364 002
  • Metro Stop: Náměstí Míru
  • Website: Link
  • Social Media: Instagram

5. Cafefin

The perfectly crispy Banh Mí at Cafefin

Perfect for: Those looking for something different than the typical brunch fare.

The first Vietnamese cafe in Prague, serving amazing eats and drinks inspired by Vietnamese flavors in a cozy space.

The owner is Vietnamese and the restaurant is decorated with personal pictures from his trips to Vietnam, adding a home-y vibe.

There's also plenty of outlets and free wifi for those seeking a great place to work in while eating some delish bites.

  • Address: nám. J. z Poděbrad 1407/4, 120 00 Vinohrady, Praha
  • Hours: 10:00 - 20:00
  • Phone: Not found
  • Metro Stop: Jiřího z Poděbrad
  • Website: Link
  • Social Media: Instagram

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