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Café Letka

Café Letka (Squadron) was in business at this address during the Habsburg era but then disappeared for a long time. In 2015 within the rustic walls of an Austro-Hungarian coffee shop, Letka was reborn as a modern café with everything for the heart and soul. It offers high-quality coffee from Five Elephant in Berlin, breakfasts, freshly toasted sandwiches, a rotating variety of local cakes, natural homemade lemonades and award-winning Czech beer from Matuska brewery. The menu includes both international and Czech and hot or cold dishes – at affordable prices.
In terms of interior design, the café blends styles from a bygone era; the concept underlines that this establishment has seen a lot. Admire yourself in the large mirrors framed by Art Nouveau plasterwork, set on walls designed to look as if they have long been covered in salt deposits. Or, take a seat in a chair dating from the 1950s to the 1970s, acquired from a school canteen, or typical pub or office chairs. Look up and take notice of the crystal chandeliers and factory lamps that illuminate the interior. You will be brought back in time. 
Letka is one of not many cafes which preserve a sense of simplicity and quality. During the day it is a quiet cafe, while in the evening it turns into a popular local bar. Letka is a place of simple pleasures.

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