On the banks of the Vltava River, near Kampa and the foothills of Petřín, there is a restaurant and a café of the famous Ambiente chain: Café Savoy. It follows the atmosphere of the First Republic café culture, and the unusual interior is highlighted by the protected neo-Renaissance ceiling from the end of the 19th century. The café is famous for its opulent breakfast and gourmet dishes, and you can try, for example, Czech snails, calf’s sweetbread or patisseries from the café’s own bakery. The only downside is the enormous interest, but you can book a table in advance on the Internet. Waiting for a free table can be made more pleasant by taking a stroll through Kampa, one of the most romantic places in Prague – it is only a few steps away from the café.