Siva – tea and coffee room in the city centre

Siva is one of my favourite places where to go with my friends in the or early evening. This cosy tea and coffee room in Arabic style is situated in Masná Street no. 8, which is very close from the Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí).

They offer a wide range of different kinds of tea and coffee, as well as a popular Arabic drink called sahleb, which is considered to be an aphrodisiac. But if you better feel for drinking something cold, you can try some (not only) Arabic wine or a tasty Lebanese juice. Beside this, if you feel a bit hungry or you just like eating something small, you can choose something from their Arabic specialties, I would recommend to try some of sweet cookies from the Middle East. As it is in tearooms usual, you can also ask for a water pipe. A part of Siva is also a small shop, where you can buy packed tea, coffee, water pipes and other exotic goods.

And what I really like about Siva, are evenings with belly dancers. Dancers from Aisha, the Prague school of belly dancing, have their shows here on Fridays and Saturdays. But if you want to see the show, it is better to make a reservation for a table in advance (the phone number to Siva is 222 315 983), because the room where the dancing takes part is not really big and all the tables are usually full by the time the show starts.

Siva is opened from Monday to Saturday from 12:00 – 23:30, on Sundays also from 12:00, but only to 22:00. The shop is opened daily from 11:00 to 20:00.

Jul 19, 11:48 (Filed under: Prague pubs, restaurants and cafes )

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