Best meal of a 4-day trip to Prague. One of the best meals I've had actually. Braised veal cheeks were melting in my mouth. Amazing food, and excellent waitstaff. It's a little more pricey than most Prague restaurants, but still very reasonable by European standards. Equivalent meal in Germany would be triple the cost.
GooglePlace - June 2017
The draw of this place for breakfast is clearly the buffet. Having just spent three days at hotel with buffet breakfast, we opted for ordering off the menu. My wife and I both ordered omelettes and shared a basket of bread. We were both happy with our choices. The food tasted good and the service was good as well. On the higher end of prices for Prague though. The buffet looked quite good.
GooglePlace - June 2017
Good food and good service, something very special in Prague! Try it out, nice deco inside!
By the way, first time in one month and 7 different countries that our waiter came back to ask us how everything was !
GooglePlace - May 2017
We went to the Café because of the good recommendation in the Internet. But we are very disappointed! The service was horrible!
We ordered tea and cake. But we never get the cake. We asked the waiter a few times, but he ignored us!! Then he disappeared and we only saw him when we wanted to pay.
The next thing was that they write the 10% service charge on the bill which is not common in a restraurant/Café.
We will not visit this Café any more!
GooglePlace - April 2017
Our group of fine went for lunch at Café Imperial in late March. Café Imperial is one of a group of turn of the century grand cafes in Prague, others being Café Louvre and Café Savoy. All are beautiful inside, but Imperial is the most grand of the all. The tiles and carved wood decorating the walls are stunningly beautiful. Now, onto the food. We all had different dishes, some from the daily specials and some from the regular menu. Everyone was very happy. The truffled gnocchi was especially good. After our main dishes, we had dessert. After seeing the wonderful desserts under glass by the entrance it was inconceivably that we would leave without trying a few. They were excellent. Personally, I like the desserts at Café Louvre somewhat better, so if I was going for dessert only, I would choose Louvre. If eating a meal, I’d pick Imperial. For such a splendid setting, the prices were quite reasonable. My duck risotto with arugula salad was 189KC and absolutely delicious. All in all, a memorable experience.
GooglePlace - March 2017