The views are what will draw you to the Lobkowicz Palace Café over other café-restaurants in Prague. Adjacent to its namesake, the Lobkowicz Palace, it offers a panoramic view of Prague from its terrace. Since it was returned to the Lobkowicz family in 2003, the Lobkowicz Palace has been leased to the Czech National Museum. Since the cafe reopened, its freshly made lunches and regal ambiance, make it one of the more enjoyable spots in the Castle area to grab a coffee or a snack.
The interior, although not huge, is nicely decorated with high-backed chairs and neutral tones. The terrace is the spot to head for, incredibly romantic in summer and even enjoyable in winter thanks to the blankets and heat lamps laid on by the attentive staff.
The ceiling mural in the café proper alludes to the old Lobkowicz tradition of making beers (since 1466) and fine wines (since 1603), both of which are also on sale here should you need some Dutch courage for the trek back home.