I never realised Prague was so into their coffee until I went. I love a good coffee, but wasn’t sure whether the standard wouldn’t be up to scratch. I couldn’t have been more wrong. They are real coffee specialists.
A lot of the great coffee bars in Prague are in the more residential areas, so not in the touristy central. One we found (recommended by the brilliant Taste of Prague) was Tricafe. It’s small, it’s cosy and it serves excellent coffee. And amazing coconut passion fruit cake.
Because of its size it can fill up quickly, but we managed to grab some seats at the back. Here there are nice touches like a book case in the corner selling books for 150 czk (£4).
It’s a great place to recover from a long day of sightseeing. We escaped the rain and planned the rest of our weekend, with the help of Rough Guides and Taste of Prague (you can buy their Prague Foodie Map from the super cute boutique Kurator down the road from Tricafe).
The service is excellent; friendly and efficient. One of the staff was horrified to find we weren’t brought a carafe of water with our coffees/teas and rushed to get us one. We didn’t find the service in Prague outstanding on the whole, but we loved it here.
Anenská 3, 110 00 Prague