What would a cafe called Prague remind you of? Kafka? Czech? Eastern Europe?
For me, it sounds like somewhere literary, artistic. Sometimes I find new cafes and restaurant on the Internet! In one of my surfing the Internet, I found this cafe on facebook. I saw many people have liked the page, including some of my friends, so I decided to go there at least once to see how it is.
And I went. The good thing about this cafe is it's spacious, so chairs aren't packed into each other. The cafe is at the end of a business mall in a bloulevard, so you wouldn't see it till you hear about it first by someone! The atmosphere was wooden and brown, and half dark.
There was a small bookcase in one of the walls where some plays, poetry books and novels have been set. I picked up a play by Margaret Doras but before I find time to read it my order was ready. A delicious bowl of crisps and melted cheese.
The cafe is famous for the photo and painting exhibitions, but it's a bit more expensive than other cafes. Before going there I advise you to consider your budget!