Popular with young Czechs and expats, this establishment is situated right in the middle of Mala Strana yet lies just off the ... More
St. Nicholas Cafe
Popular with young Czechs and expats, this establishment is situated right in the middle of Mala Strana yet lies just off the beaten track. Most people come for the alcoholic drinks, of which there are many, from classic cocktails to the newfangled, salaciously-named. Although just a few steps below street level, the venue seems subterranean with its gloomy lighting and vaulted ceilings. A selection of assorted tables and seats give it a comfortably lived-in feel. Genuine-looking frescos in gothic style adorn some of the walls.
A terrific atmosphere with decent prices, especially considering that it's barely off the beaten path. Owner speaks English (ex-pat) and decent Cesky, too. Friendly folks, good pizza, reasonable drink prices.
Great place in a vaulted cellar, without all the hordes from the outdoor cafes nearby. Seriously reasonable prices - pizza, salads etc. We had a light lunch for 3 for �12 all in - beer and all. Great atmosphere - sorta Moroccan deco, cosy cushions, laid back benches, alcoves, etc.... Good service too.
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