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by captain oddsocks
February 14, 2005
The staff are mostly young, multilingual university students, and the prompt service is some of the best that you will find in the Czech Republic or many other countries, for that matter. The music, provided by CDs, is better-quality and less repetitive than the local radio favoured by many cafes.
The menu is healthy--lots of vegetarian and low-fat options, including quiches, pasta salads,and sandwiches made up to your wishes. Sweet-tooths need not fear, however; there is also a wide range of cakes and desserts, including an amazing chocolate pie. I would not recommend it for anyone who does not particularly like chocolate; it's kind of rich, so be sure to order a drink to accompany or share with a friend. There is also a white version, but the purists will recognize that white chocolate is not really chocolate at all.
The 'Segafredo' coffee is prepared well, as are the many fruit smoothies, milkshakes and other drinks.
Downstairs at the café is non-smoking, and upstairs is occasionally used as a venue for small concerts. The large plate-glass windows downstairs and their view of Our Lady Mary of the Snows cathedral make it easy to settle back and watch Moravian life go by as you enjoy your coffee or even, perhaps, catch up on your journal.
From journal Olomouc: Historic Capital of Forgotten Moravia
Ystradgynlais, United Kingdom
March 26, 2004
The cafe is light and airy, with wicker high chairs or low chairs. The prices were reasonable and won't stretch your budget. This place is highly recommended, so make a beeline here!
From journal Chilling out in Olomouc