A traditional Czech breakfast is a disappointing affair consisting of dark bread or bread rolls, slices of cheese, salami or ham washed down with coffee. Sometimes pastry with poppy seed paste completes the meal. You get the feeling that people are still full from the evening before or saving themselves from what is yet to come. Eating your breakfast in your hotel may sound a good alternative. The breakfast buffet is an endless array of tempting dishes. But hotel breakfasts are the same all over the world and you hardly notice in what city you are. The bread rolls may have a different shape, but the scrambled eggs, the salmon slivers, the jam, honey and orange juice are the same no matter in what country you are.
Most cafes are also excellent places to come back to at lunch time. Many serve fixed price lunches that are excellent value for money. Do noy expect exquisite culinary delights but you are sure to get a nourishing meal that will please carnivores.
If you need an early do--it-yourself breakfast, go to Albert or any of the other big supermarkets in the center of Prague. They are open from 7 o"clock in the morning. Fresh bread and crispy rolls are an excellent start of the day.
Here is a list of breakfast suggestions that will make your day.