I love this place. If you have read my boo, "Finding Henry", you know that I logged in many, many hours at it. It has it all-cheap phone calls to home, Internet access, bagels, soup, and coffee. It also has a message board for travelers and you can pick up the English version of the "All Around Town" paper. Good place to mingle.
Favorite Dish: I really liked their tomatoe basil soup. I also enjoyed their apple and peanut bagels. And chocolate chip cookies...And mochacinos...And chocolate chip muffins...It's all reasonably priced, too.
Note: The guy turns on the clock as soon as you tell them you want to get on the Internet. Run to the chair straight away so that you're not getting charged for time you didn't use.
Cheap cheerful and nice lunch time food.
There is a vast range of filled Bagels such as the home made Guacamole and chicken and the Egg and bacon with cheese.
You pay for the bagel and a drink and you can refill your drink as many times as you want.You can also choose what kind of bagel you want.
You have to order at the counter as it is not waiter service.
Favorite Dish: Home made Guacamole with chicken.
I normally avoid places full of Americans like I normally avoid S & M orgies held in disused abattoirs, but the sad truth is, Bohemian Bagel makes it just too easy to hang out. The breakfast special of bacon, egg and cheese bagel with a bottomless coffee for 79kc (before noon, weekdays) is too good for those on a tight budget to pass up. The other selection of bagels and main meals are a little pricey, but are absolutely stuffed with your chosen filling and pass as a semi-decent meal.
The internet at 2kc per minute is a rip off, but the overbearing racket of Americans who will never have to worry about cash is the dominant noise on the soundtrack. I personally prefer the Masna location off Old Town Square, because it has a smoking section inside, although the Ujezd branch across the river is smaller and less teeth-itchingly noisy.
Favorite Dish: As I've mentioned, the breakfast special. It's a little on the dry side, but if you moisten it up with ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise, it's quite tasty. And the endless coffee washes it down a treat.
Only bagel cafe in Prague, Bohemia Bagel has a variety of bagels and bagel sandwhiches to choose from. Along with full breakfasts that include bacon and eggs.
Self Service cafe that offers bottomless.never ending coffee and soda!!
Favorite Dish: My favorite was the Spinach bagel with a little butter :-)
Good option for breakfast. They have everything from eggs and bacon to filled bagels and bottomless coffees and soft drinks. Also good for takeaways from morning till late in the evening. They have internet access as well. This is the only place we visited where don't expect to be served with a smile.
Very friendly,busy people from all over the world,all enjoying fantastic food.
They have an internet cafe there as well so you can update your VT pages as you go along ...NOT...Far to much to do and see!!!
Favorite Dish: Hot tuna melts and a blt bagel mmmmm
bagel sandwiches for breakfast, lunch and dinner
soup and a bagel
bottomless cups of coffee or soda (VERY rare in the cz.rep.)
smoking and non-smoking sections (also rare)
internet cafe attached
great deserts - cheesecake, brownies, large cookies
daily lunch special
great for students studying abroad who long for something sort of familar.
Favorite Dish: the BLT probably on a cheese bagel with a cup of coffee
and either cheesecake or cookies. :)
Bohemia Bagel is a great place to grab a bite to eat when visiting Prague. They have a few locations most of them close to all the major site of Prague - including Charles' Bridge. The food is healthy, fresh and satisfying - they have bagel sandwiches, chips, soups, salads and all sorts of delicious hearty desserts. Their bagels are home made and in case your hotel does not include breakfast with the cost of the room, Bohemia Bagel is a good place to grab breakfast too! The quality of the food is good because it's not in the very heart of the tourist sites.
Favorite Dish: I don't remember which bagel I had, but I remember being satisfied enough with my meal to come back a few times.
What a treat to find this coffehouse. Great breakfasts and if you get a little tired of the traditional European breakfast.
This became one of our favorite places to eat anytime of day. Muffins, Bagels, Sandwiches are all good in a relaxing atmosphere with nice music in the background.
In the evening, if you get a craving for sweets, the cakes and cookies are really good.
Favorite Dish: Really can't go wrong on any of the dishes. I enjoyed an Italian sausage sandwich with cheese and sweet peppers.
Bagels, bagels, bagels!! Need I say more? Best bagels around and the carrot cake with creamcheese frosting is DELICIOUS! The coffee is really good too! You'll have a hard time narrowing your decision down here because everything looks good! :)
Favorite Dish: The bagels! :) I always take a dozen home to Sweden because I'm hardpressed to find a 'real' bagel around here, and not just a piece of bread with a hole in it that they've decided to call a bagel. ;P
Most people are pretty surprised to find out that the bagel that we eat in the States, though it did originate in Central Europe, in not Czech, its probably more Polish. You will find lots of bakeries and great bread, but if you are looking for a quick bagel and you are near the Old Town Square. It has a relatively large section with internet terminals. Good place for tourists to recharge:)
Between 12-1:30 they are VERY crowded and busy, because most of the walking tour groups stop through here.
Are the bagels good? Absolutely! Good selection of bagels. There are also burgers and sandwiches as well as breakfast.
Favorite Dish: nice fresh baked bagel. They aren't huge, but very tasty:)
Great for a good value lunch. We found it to be full of students at lunchtime - so I guess it must be good value. Also had a kids section with toys.
There are three Bohemia Bagels in Prague (Holesovice, The Old Town and Mala Strana)- wish we's have known at the time as we kept walking back to the same one.
Favorite Dish: We were particularly impressed with the tofu burger - it came in a baguette (made a change from a bagel) with chips and a small side salad with coleslaw. Really generous portion.
Not just for bagels, they also have 10 types of soup and 6 types of desserts and great coffees. I did get a bagel though---with egg and bacon--and it was excellent.
I understand there are 2 Bohemian Bagels in Prague. One is be the town center and it is also an internet cafe. We went to the one across the river towards the castle. It was small, but very nicely painted and stencilled. It had a really nice ambiance.
Another big advantage here is that for about $.15 extra, you can get a bottomless glass of soda or cup of coffee! That may not seem too special, unless you're a spoiled American like myself! After walking for hours, the refills are really nice to have!
Favorite Dish: The egg and bacon bagel and the soda refills
The best (and only) bagels in town. Extensive menu with plenty of options. The bagels are baked on the premises at the Mala Strana location, and are as fresh as you can get
Coffee and drink is free , as much as u can drink
20 CZK (approx: US$5.06, GB£2.65, 3.92 EUR)
Well, it has free Internet and a childrens' corner in the Stare Mesto location and bottomless cups of coffee at both locations, and I do go there for desserts sometimes, but I keep seeing tips about how cheap it is, and I find this puzzling.
Their bagel sanwiches are upwards of 120 kc and I don't recall any of them being under 80 or so. That's $4-6, guys. It's what a regular lunch costs. For that matter, it isn't far off what a similar sandwich costs Stateside. Heck, the bagel place in Brighton UK is cheaper.
I don't mean to be all moaning about the expense, the expense. If you are craving a bagel, by all means go here...it's not bad. Not great, but not bad. But value for money it is not.
Oh, though I don't mind the drip coffee, I know several people who really hate it.