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Můj šálek kávy

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"📍Tram stop "Krizikova" (Karlin neighborhood) It is thanks to cafés like "Muj Salek Kavy" (meaning "My Cup of Coffee") that Karlin is becoming an up-and-coming neighborhood in Prague. Once inside you instantly feel like at home, in a cosy living room. You see a very few wooden tables around, many bookshelves and even a fireplace. Personally, the thing I remember the most from the interior is the bricks of the back wall covered in blue and yellow paint, with "Muj Salk Kavy" and a coffee mug painted in white. I remember sitting right next to it the first time I had brunch there. Coffee lovers cannot stop praising this café where you get a very good dripped, filtered or pressed coffee from the Czech "Doubleshot" roastery. To go with your cup of coffee, they serve good breakfast and lunch with most ingredients being sourced from local farmers. And if that's not enough, they also have a proper brunch menu in the weekend. Personally, I love their English breakfast and creamy pancakes with cherry compote, chocolate crumble and farm curd. Good to know: they serve sourdough bread from their own bakery but you can also ask for gluten-free bread. Attention Please: due to the size of the place, getting a table without a reservation could almost be as a miracle. "
"Popular Karlín café with amazing food and delicious pastries. Whether you are hunting for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this place is always busy and for a good reason. It's one of the Double Shot roastery cafés and the locals know that's a guarantee of quality. ☕️⭐️ Not digital nomad friendly. While you'll occasionally see people working there, it's a place in high demand so you might feel like you are overstaying your welcome if you've been blocking a table for a few hours while sipping on a now-cold cuppa. At least that's how I feel at busy places."
"This place is great and has been around a few years and is still at the top of coffee addicts lists. I loved it and they do all sorts of milks if you need that stuff. The food is good I got a pastry on the go (I was on my bike) its was summer and I had a cold brew but they do it all and well. "
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