Dobrá čajovna in the calm courtyard between green bamboos in the lounges with a diverse atmosphere provides a place for relaxation, inspiration and a friendly meeting over a cup of tea from around the world, which is up to 100 species. Menu is complemented by oriental snacks, sweets and vegetarian meals. Open: Mon-Fri 10:00 – 21:00, Sat 12:00 – 21:00, Sun 14:00 – 21:00.
From Tripadvisor.com reviews of Dobrá čajovna:
“A genuine Teahouse in the middle-eastern style“: There’s a lot of tea on offer here! For true appreciators of the Cammelia Sinensis plant. Dobra Cajovna (Good Teahouse) is what tearooms back in the U.K. SHOULD aspire to be like! There’s tea instruments and tea memorabilia for sale, as well as tea leaves & blends for purchase. Most importantly, it’s a fully functioning tea-house in the middle-eastern style, dimly lit, yet cosy. The menu is extensive. They’ve really thought of everything, from various blends to some national tea-styles like Indian masala chai. The food on offer complements the tea well. When visiting a teahouse, the focus should be on tea consumption, so you needn’t any food too heavy. Healthy vegetarian snack food is what they offer – it’s perfect.
“Lovely hidden tea room off busy Wencelas Square in Prague“: Dobrá Čajovna came highly recommended by a Czech friend – and it did not disappoint. Close by off tourist-overrun Wenceslas Square, this intimate tea room is a quiet haven with a most extensive list of teas and complementary tea cuisine. If you visit Prague and love tea, DO NOT miss Dobrá Čajovna (Good Tea Room).
“Perfect place to chill“: after leaving the kids to shop, we were lucky to find the perfect place for a change of pace. the DC is a wonderful antidote to the hustle of the busy shopping street. Amazing choice of tea, superb background tunes and a general feeling of calm. i loved it.
Welcome to the oldest and most famous Czech tea room which the Society of tea lovers has was founded in 1993 as the first in a long line of tea companies in Europe and USA.