Cafés, Czech Eats, Czech Republic, Free Wi-Fi

Café Calma


Wow, I saw this cafe when it opened up in Prague 6, but they don’t advertise that they have internet access. Well, not just the Wi-Fi you were looking forward to but also at least six places to plug in from where I’m sitting.

They only have bottled Planer Urquell, but their croissants, sandwiches, ciabatta and other sweets look quite good. And apparently they deliver also.

Address : Kyjevska 2, Prague 6. If you know the neighborhood, it’s across the street from the pub U Zivalu, which is just a block away from the Post Office. Walking up Dejvicka Street from the Dejvicka Metro stop towards Hradcanska it’s the second block on your right. Head up the street (Kyevska) towards the big, grey Hussite church where all the construction is going (they are putting in an underground parking lot and a park, by the way) on and it’s on your left.

One drawback might be that they are only open Mon-Fri from 8am to 5pm; but otherwise, it’s a nice clean place with outdoor seating and a clean interior and what looks like some really good cafe food.

Enjoy.

Update: the parking lot and the park are both done. The café is located right across from the square with the 3 horses.

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