Nestled in the streets of the Jewish Ghetto is Panificio Volpe Giovanni, a kosher bakery offering traditional Venetian pastries such as fruit-filled Orecchiette di Amman, Bisce, donut shaped Zuccherini, and Sweet Azime. The bakery shuts its doors on Saturday’s so make sure to head there Monday to Friday to fill your sweet-tooth cravings.
There are seven Mama Coffee cafes in Prague, making it one of the city’s finest coffeehouse chains with quality service and products. The coffee beans they use come from a fair trade practice and are processed in a local European roastery, ensuring the freshest coffee for their customers. Mama Coffee is a perfect place to stop for a warm cup of coffee and one of their several delicious pastries that are baked fresh daily.
In 2011, Mama Coffee initiated the Prague Coffee Festival which today remains the largest coffee based event in Eastern Europe. This is a perfect place to stop by and relax after a long day exploring the city or even in the morning to sit and enjoy your first cup of coffee.