Review: Kofi Kofi Stands for Great Coffee in the Center of Prague

Looking for some extraordinary coffee place in Prague without a time to sit down and enjoy your coffee at a table? Running out of time but still looking for something unique? Maybe as a visitor in Prague who is also looking for a really good coffee to enjoy as a take away? I found a perfect place for you!Kofi Kofi is not an ordinary cafe/bistro or anything quite like that. It is just an old-looking stand with wheels like the one from a street in London in the last century. Note: their coffee is not as old as their stand might look! To make it clear, I don’t drink coffee even in Starbucks where you can find me quite often writing my articles.You can usually find me with a cup of black tea with milk or soy chai tea latte, more likely with the soy chai tea latte. I’m not the kind of person who has to have her coffee in a morning to start the day. Yes, I’m a foodie, I also like wine and a great chai latte or a tea but then I’m not a person who might find the best coffee place in town, right? I just wrote down your thoughts, right?But since I found Kofi Kofi I’m there almost every other day! Sometimes when I was tired and I wanted to drink some coffee to wake up, I tried other places but I didn’t like them. When I asked for soy milk they usually didn’t have it, but they do in here! Their baristas are super nice and friendly. They change quite often but I know them well now.They will do everything for their customers when you ask. Coffee goes in different sizes and variations, from an espresso to a hot chocolate. You can choose different flavors for your coffee. I usually go for vanilla flavor but I did a pumpkin spice flavor during the fall season. If you don’t like ordinary milk or you are a lactose-free person don’t hesitate to ask for a soy milk. I even ask for a big size cup of my vanilla soy latte with just one shot of coffee instead of two shots because I prefer my coffee not that strong.One day, when the line wasn’t that long in a morning I asked the barista if we could try to put the vanilla syrup into the soy milk instead of the coffee and she did. The milk then smelled like Christmas, perfect! My favorite barista, a long blond hair lovely girl who will do whatever you would ask for, always with a smile for you even in a morning when there is a long line of customers waiting for their coffee. Really often not that happy because they have to go to work and didn’t have their coffee yet.It is not just about the coffee. I mean, of course, it is because their coffee is great so you will come over again but it is also because of all their baristas. They are so friendly so you can chat with them while waiting for your coffee to be done. I also met foreigners there asking where to go or what to eat and they are always helpful.Don’t hesitate to ask for anything from a soy milk to where to find something in Prague, they speak English, at least those I met and they are there to be your best stop during your trip to Prague or a morning coffee when you need a boost before your work. Add some sugar (brown or white), cocoa powder or cinnamon to your foam put a lid on the top of the coffee and go ahead and enjoy Prague by feet, sit down in the park or go to work. Anyway, make sure to stop in here because it is definitely worth a visit.Where can you find the stand? Pasáž Myslbek, street Na Příkopě, Prague 1.
Markéta Hudečková

Markéta Hudečková

I'm a Czech girl who lived in Prague for a long time while working as a Legal Assistant. One day, I have decided to change it so I'm trying to travel as much as I can while writing the stories on my way. I'm a blogger, copywriter, photographer and I also consider myself as a traveler.
Markéta Hudečková
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I'm a Czech girl who lived in Prague for a long time while working as a Legal Assistant. One day, I have decided to change it so I'm trying to travel as much as I can while writing the stories on my way. I'm a blogger, copywriter, photographer and I also consider myself as a traveler.