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Located within Four Seasons Hotel Prague, this restaurant exudes casual elegance. Get a taste of varied cuisines all blended together resulting in some of the most interesting meals. Sample their Antipasti to get a flavor of Italy. If you happen to be in Prague around April to September, you can come here to dine under the stars, when the terrace area is opened. The restaurant itself is classy with wooden decor. It's a must-visit for a fine dining experience.
While many cafes in town attempt to be restaurants, bars and clubs, Café Café attempts to be what its name implies, a cafe. With a menu heavier on the drink side than the food side it's not trying to be anything but a traditional cafe wrapped up in a sleek modern skin. While you'll find more tourists than locals here, you won't have to struggle over a language barrier. The soups are hearty, the breads are tasty and the drinks are hot, or cold as required, and the staff is able. A great place to people watch or read while taking a break from the hectic crowds.
Spacious and unhurried, Café Savoy at the edge of Mala Strana is rarely troubled by tourist overload and makes a good refuge from the hustle and bustle of the town center. A small fountain at the entrance adds a touch of class and the lofty, extravagantly decorated 19th-century ceiling adds real character to the century-old room. The usual coffees and sweets (including a superb apple strudel) are complemented by a small drinks list and a few offerings for those wanting a salad or a full meal.