A cake for 200 crowns? Nothing unusual in some Prague cake shops. But there are still places where you can treat yourself to a decent dessert without breaking the family budget.
Charlie’s Confectionery (Nuselská, Prague 4)
Between Nusle and Michle another gem is hiding. They have incredible delicacies and favorable prices, for example, you can buy a cognac top for 27 crowns. Right next to it is the popular Jezerka park, so you can combine a visit to the confectionery with a pleasant walk.
Kamel Confectionery (Francouzská, Prague 2)
A family pastry shop with a fifteen-year tradition, where everyone can go for a piece of luxurious cake. Here you will find not only great cakes made from honest ingredients but also favorable prices. In addition, some desserts are huge, for example, a raspberry slice for 74 crowns, which you can comfortably enjoy for two.
Confectionery u Michala (Podolská, Prague 4)
In this business overview Podolská waterworks are cakes that will make your eyes water. You can see that they are made with love, and it is definitely a joy to choose. In addition, they have great prices – an amazing punch cake and a glass of white cost us 80 CZK.
St. Wenceslas Confectionery (Wenceslas Passage, Prague 2)
Another of the cake shops, which is in places where you probably wouldn’t expect favorable prices. In the passage on Charles square, you will find honest desserts and sandwiches that are hard to resist. And even if they make them all honestly, you definitely won’t leave half your pay here!
Cafe Šlágr (Francouzská 72, Prague 10)
This charming First Republic cafe and sweet shop is full of character and delicious goodies. Cafe Šlágr is not only an attractive, cozy cafe, but also one of the best places in Prague to buy homemade baked goods that include pastries, made to order tortes, gluten-free cakes, and more – all of which are made from old family recipes. Cafe Šlágr is open all day and offers affordable breakfast/brunch options, which is perfect if you wish to go out for breakfast from time to time; breakfast is served every day from 10:00 – 14:00.
Svetozor (Vodickova 791/39)
In the 1970’s, the first fruit cukrárna opened in Prague in an arcade just off, once again, Vodickova street (apparently a hot spot for sweet shops). Sharing the same name as the art house cinema that is next to it, Svetozor today sees people lining up in the summer for its fruit sorbet. Along with fruitcakes, cream-based cakes and other sweets, the shop’s completely glass outer wall offers the opportunity to indulge in people watching along with your sweet treat. Enjoy!
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