Beverages

COFFEE CZK
Espresso 49
Espresso Lungo – espresso long 49
Espresso Doppio – espresso double shot 69
Espresso Macchiato – espresso with a dash of milk froth
52
Cappuccino – espresso with steamed milk and a layer of froth
59
Café Latte – espresso in a well steamed milk
65
                   with caramel or noisette flavour  69
Viennese Coffee – espresso long with whipped cream
59
Algerian Coffee – espresso with eggnog and whipped cream
69
Irish Coffee - espresso with Jameson and whipped cream 105
Flat White - espresso double shot with a layer of froth 75
Soya Milk
5
LEMONADES CZK
LEICA Lemonade with mint and cane sugar 0.4l  53
ORGANIC Sodas still or sparkling 0.3l  45
 – raspberry with basil, ginger, elderberry, pink grapefruit, sea buckthorn,  39
    pear with cinnamon, apricot with star anise and cinnamon  
On Lemon Lemonades Pear, Machbata and Rooibata 55
Divoženka elderberry with lemon grass 0.33l   55
NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CZK
Soda 0.2l 18
Water Carafe with mint and lemon 1l 40
Yogurt Shake - banana, raspberry, strawberry, coconut, mango 0,4l 49
Mattoni sparkling, lightly sparkling, still 0.33l 39
Aquila still 0.33l 39
Coca Cola, Coca Cola Light 0.33l 45
Tonic 0.25l 50
Juice Granini 100% – orange, apple 0.2l 40
BEER   CZK
Pilsner Urquell 12° 0.5l 
45
Birell non-alcoholic 0.5l 
40
Beer Specialities – according to the daily offer 
40–80
WINE  
CZK
Sauvignon Blanc Gayda France, Dry 0,1/0,25/0,5l
50/95/180
Syrah Gayda France, Dry 0,1/0,25/0,5l
50/95/180
Pinot Gris, classic, Kubík, Dry 0,1/0,25/0,5l
45/85/170
Green Veltliner, classic, Kubík, Dry  0,1/0,25/0,5l 39/75159
Zweigeltrebe rosé, premium, Kubík  0,1/0,25/0,5l
41/85/169
Frankovka classic, Kubík, Dry  0,1/0,25/0,5l 39/85/169
Frankovka premium, Kubík, Dry  0,1/0,25/0,5l 60/119/249
Prosecco Serenissima, Extra Dry, Dry 0,1l 45
Mulled Wine 0,2l 60
TEAPOT AND HOT BEVERAGES CZK
Tea from fresh mint or fresh ginger 54
Loose tea: 57
Black - Darjeeling, Arancia, English Breakfast, Earl Grey Imperial 
Green - Bancha, Special Gunpowder, Limoncello, Mint, Ananas & Strawberry, Jasmine
Rooibos Sea Buckthorn, Ginger & Lemon, Little Prince
Herbal After Meal, Camomile
Fruit - Sea Buckthorn, Apple & Peach
Hot dark or white chocolate with whipped cream
59
 – both also available with coconut flavour
Chai Latte – black tea blended with milk and spices
65
Matcha Latte – green tea with steamed milk 7 65
Grog 75
SPIRITS AND MIXED DRINKS CZK
Martini Rosso, Bianco, Dry  0,1l 
64
Port wine red, white 0,05l 
64
Baileys 0,04l 
64
Becherovka 0,04l  64
Jameson 0,04l 
75
Johnnie Walker Red Label 0,04l 65
Havana 3yo 0,04l  75
Bombay Saphire 0,04l
75
Russian Standard 0,04l 
70
Fernet Stock 0,04l 
64
Aperol Spritz 0,2l 89
Hugo Spritz 0,2l 79
Gin Tonic 0,3 l 99
Pragomošt Cider 10° 0.33l  55
All beverages are available for take-away | A list of allergens is available from the staff | We accept credit cards 



OPENING HOURS:

Summer Opening Hours (07–08/2019)
daily 11 am – 6 pm
1. – 7. 7. 2019 - closed

From  September 01, 2019:
Mo – Fri 10 am – 8 pm
Sat + Sun / Public Holidays
11 am – 6 pm

Capacity: 30 seats, Wi-Fi in all areas of the Leica Gallery Café. 
We accept credit cards.
The café as well as the gallery can be rent for private or corporate events. 

Contact: Alice Jurasova, Café Manager.

The interior of the café is completed by photographic exhibitions of young artists and large bookshop focused on photographic books.

We prepare various types of coffee ranging from espresso, cappuccino or caffe latte to eis caffe and frappe from Italian quality coffee Cosmai Caffé. To see all beverages please folow this link.

If you are hungry during your stay in our café, you can find our menu here.


PRESENTATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS IN LEICA GALLERY CAFE

DANIEL HUŠTÁK

CZECHIA FOR CZECH PEOPLE

18| 06 – 09 | 09 | 2019

Who are we and what shapes us? We, Czechs, like discussing politics in a pub with a mug of beer which tastes so good with svíčková and dumplings or with good smoked meats. At weekends, we like going out to the cottage and do some barbecue and, of course, mushroom picking. We have the best hockey in the world; we are in the first place in oilseed rape growing, and the ‘golden Czech hands’ can do anything. At Christmas, Czech carps from Czech ponds are a must and on New Year’s Eve, there must always be a special open-face sandwich. And all of this is washed down with beer – yes, a Pilsner, of course. A real Czech ‘Turkish coffee’ is the culmination of an exotic experience. Sometimes, we recall ‘Father Masaryk’ and the First Republic. Yes, everything was better at that time; people were better; beer cost less and we loved each other much more. And all above that, there is the Czechia for Czech People slogan (which is so much popular with right-wing extremists) which stands for that we definitely do not want to share Czechia with anyone! 

In my set of photographs, I reflect on the Czech society in an ironic, funny and visually transparent way. It is not about criticism or evaluation because I am part of that society, too! I show what we are like only through the unofficial national symbols and stereotypes which define us. My objective was to create a visual essence of ‘being Czech’ or a promo for the Czech society. All of this with humour and easiness – after all, it is another national symbol of Czechs that we like making fun of ourselves. 

CV Daniel Hušták (born in 1990)

I studied photography at the Vocational Training School of Services in Prague-Vysočany under the guidance of Doc. Aleš Kuneš. After graduation, I started studying at the Institute of Creative Photography of Silesian University in Opava where I am about to complete my Master’s degree programme. I have been working as a teacher of photography at SŠ-COPTH, for the students of Photography. Besides teaching, I am also involved in minor photography works for various customers.

My production is hard to categorise in a specific genre, but I always seek to work with straightforwardness and transparency of photographs and with a pure visual form. I like playing with absurd topics about us, Czechs.

My works have been displayed at various venues, e.g. at the Festival of Photography in Blatná, in the House of Arts in Opava or at the PraguePhoto exhibition.

 

 

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