Really wasn’t much on the agenda for our last full day in Prague. One thing was for certain though, we would eat at Cafe Savoy before we left. So breakfast there this morning was a must. Let me explain this place. It is one of those Instagram worthy establishments. One of the places that, if you’re a foodie like me who finds out where to eat the second you know you’re going to a certain town, you stalk for weeks anticipating your chance to finally dine there. I’m talking a table full of food that make you look like Marie Antoinette or something.
My mom and I are always seeking out new bakeries and breakfast places to try out, and Cafe Savoy along with Oddfellows in Seattle are two that I wish she could’ve been with me at.
I ordered the Savoy Breakfast. It started off with a basket of 4 kinds of various homemade breads along with French butter and homemade jam. Next came a “bowl” of Savoy Cafe au Lait that had cinnamon and chocolate in it. Then a plate containing Prague Ham, Emmental Cheese, a soft boiled egg, and a piece of their homemade nut bread came out. All for about $7. Kalin got the French Breakfast. For around $12 she too got the basket of bread, a croissant, fresh squeezed orange juice, a cappuccino, a piece of extremely thick French toast with apple slices, Prague ham, hard boiled egg, and French fries of course. Before we left I had to get an apple strudel to go. Let’s just say we didn’t eat again until about 8 PM when we decided to be brave and try out the “Gold Chicken” restaurant next door to our apartment.
After our feast, we went and found the John Lennon wall, searched through some book stores, went and saw a huge national memorial atop a hill in a large park overlooking the city, then chilled until heading to a movie theatre nearby for cheap drinks and a $4 showing of Monty Python.