May 8, 2008 3

Bakeshop (Prague: Jewish Quarter)

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There is a bit of Paris in Prague around the chichi corner of Jewish Quarter. 😉 It’s a good place to stock up breads for mornings (so we won’t waste time finding breakfast).


Bakeshop said they cultivate their own yeast.


It’s also great for a light lunch. Tomato Soup with Saffron (with nice garlic toast), a very tasty and juicy Tomato Cheese Pie.


From the deli: Coucous Salad and Carrot Soup.

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3 Responses to “Bakeshop (Prague: Jewish Quarter)”

  1. seat says:

    How does the bread taste?

  2. valentine says:

    they cultivate their own yeast?
    that’s great!
    I love bread that’s real cultivated yeast–
    tastes so different from conventional bread!!

  3. Freda says:

    The breads (rosemary bread, olive breads) are very good~ however we ate the croissant too late (in the next day’s morning) so it wasn’t as fresh.