|+ Components of the Savoy breakfast including toast, Prague ham, Emmental cheese, lightly boiled egg, housemade bread, housemade jam, hot chocolate and nut marble cake|
+ Fried egg with truffle
My favorite from the Savoy breakfast was probably the lightly boiled egg which still had a runny center (yums) and the nut marble cake. The cake is a Czech specialty and is incredibly dense and sweet. Its filled with dried cranberries and nuts and went perfectly with a strong coffee. We were inspired to order the truffled egg dish after our Haus Haus brunch in Vienna (which you can read about here) but didn't realize that the eggs would come fried as opposed to scrambled. I was still a fan although V was not. Somebody is a rather picky eater. Anyways, the general sentiment of Cafe Savoy is that its a pretty solid choice for when you're craving the cafe atmosphere and the basic housemade bread with butter is pretty darn good.
Cafe Louvre is also another Prague institution. Most notably known due to the patronage of Kafka among other literary figures. One level below the cafe is a photo gallery which displays various exhibitions throughout the year.
|+ blueberry tort|
+ history of the cafe
+ louvre photo gallery
|+ mulled cider|
+ ice cream sunday with hot fudge, eggnog liquor and whipped cream
Coming up will be a post on my favorite restaurants of Prague thus far. Stay tuneeddd =)