Home Kitchen Prague – Coffee and fresh meals like at home

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"Home Kitchen" in Prague is a cosy, warm place to have a moment with friends over a cup of coffee. It's all a coffee shop, bistro and restaurant should be.

Especially during chilly winter days, to find a cosy and warm place and have a moment with friends over a cup of coffee or tea is a true win-win. Home Kitchen is exactly the place where you want to be. Or even better - there are four places in every corner of the city, so there is no need to go very far and find the closest one.

The small chain was created by Czech founders with a clear idea of what a coffee shop, bistro and restaurant should look like, all in one. Its rustic look and cosy lights create great enjoyable atmosphere, which I like very much. Home Kitchen connects all groups of people - students, foreigners or businessmen in everyday life.

The delicious and certainly not boring meals, with fresh ingredients are prepared almost in front of your eyes – the lines between the staff and guest area seem not to be important anymore. Their own fresh bread is baked every morning and the coffee comes from local roaster Coffee Source.  I think I know where the name Home Kitchen came from. And if you are at least as big lover of Chai Latte as I am, you surely do not want to miss the chance to taste it there as well.

About this spot

Jankovcova 14a

Mon - Wed 07:30 - 22:00, Thu - Fri 07:30 - 23:00, Sat 08:00 - 23:00, Sun 08:00 - 22:00

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