Café Imperial / Praha

Na Poříčí 15 Praha 110 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 23:00
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Tips from the Net @ Café Imperial
Philip Sheppard en
Stopped by for a visit 10 years on. Just as impressive although they have dropped the free donuts! Beautiful interior. Good service. Reasonable prices GooglePlace - February 2017
Dr. Alina Salman en
I came in late on a Saturday night, around 10:15. The staff was really helpful, suggested some excellent food. I had the veal cheeks which was amazing. A green salad and creme Brûlée. I love everything. Will definitely come again 🙂 GooglePlace - February 2017
Vaclav Dekanovsky en
We were there for a lunch with friends and it was ok. Though our expectations were higher. We took soup and two different meals from the lunch menu. Soup was ordinary, maybe not even that. Main course was delicious, meat was tender and side dish perfect. Home lemonade again nothing special. It was good, even not very expensive but you expect a bit more from a restaurant so well known. I know several places around where you get much better culinary experience for the same price. I don't have to forget that the interiour is beautiful. GooglePlace - January 2017
Karthik Karunanithy en
Good service. Love the interior design. We had reserved before arriving, but walk ins are accepted. The prices are slightly on the high but still reasonable considering the ambience. Especially recommend their Roast Duck. GooglePlace - January 2017
Jessica Wang en
We walked by the Imperial Hotel during lunch time while sightseeing in Prague. Since I had read some good reviews about its cafe, we decided to give it a try. It took a long time before they decided they could seat us, even though there were quite a few open tables. We both ordered the lunch specials as the price was very good, around 10 Euros each. I had salmon and my husband had teriyaki beef. Both dishes were disappointing. The salmon was overcooked and the beef was tough and too salty. There was no service to speak of either. The only times we saw the waiter were when he took our orders and gave us the bill. Also, they added the 10% service charge to the bill, which was not commonly done in Prague. GooglePlace - December 2016