Beautifull place, nice menu, just had coffee and cake. And that was worth while stopping for. Friendly service.
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Stopped in to avoid the rain. Waitstaff was nice but clueless. Ordered two pilsners which they didn’t have left, the waitress suggested something comparable that was from Prague. Wasn’t even close. Then we got our tomato soup and mushroom risotto which was too salty. The...More
We stopped there for coffee and a bite to eat. Had the club sandwich which had the following, a fried egg, bacon, ham, chicken,cucumber, lettuce on and in 3 slices of toasted white bread. The service was great and fast. Deserts in the display case...More
Don't be put off by the cake counter at the front of the restaurant or the limited menu. And check the daily specials. I had the best Sea Bream ever -- the whole fish cooked to perfection.
While walking the Jewish quarter I came across this nice cafe, as it was mid-morning and had not yet had breakfast I tried one of the menus. What a pleasant surprise: quality in ingredients, good presentation, friendliness, good ambience. I highly recommend it!