The best hot chocolate in Prague
Café Louvre opened its doors in 1902; among its clients featured many celebrities such as Franz Kafka (although regarding uncle Franz I must say it’s difficult to find a place in Prague where he hasn’t been!) and Albert Einstein, both patrons of the restaurant, and that likely enjoyed it for the same hot chocolate they serve to this day.
The place serves a good English breakfast but for those of you with the extra sweet tooth there’s a decent selection of cakes to choose from; prices are in the norm and the service is definitely above average for Prague. A selection of international newspapers and a billiard room complete the offer.
So now you know where to go to warm up when you’re visiting Prague in the below zero winters.