Dos Mundos: Swing Around the Coffee World
Dos Mundos primarily attracted my attention with playful swings installed instead of classical chairs. Where else you can have a sip of coffee while swinging all the directions around? And this is not the only highlight of this café. Dos Mundos is primarily roasting an exclusive coffee from fine coffee beans from all around the world. If you are a coffee lover with a playful mind, Dos Mundos is just an ideal place for you.
Interior Design of Dos Mundos
Dos Mundos is a masterpiece of Lukáš and Adéla Zugarovi who share the passion for a fine coffee. To complete your degustation experience, they opened a café with an inventive design that was even nominated for the interior of the year 2016. Besides the playful swings, the interior dominates the graffiti behind the bar that showcases the story of the coffee beans from their collection to degustation. Otherwise, the interior is simple with an emphasis on lighting and your gourmand experience.
What Makes Dos Mundos Special
Spanish expression Dos Mundos means “two worlds” that is referring to the two different kinds of coffee – roasted one and green one. If you are a coffee lover, you understand what that means. But if you don’t and your curiosity is on alert, you just need to taste it to understand this love.
Dos Mundos was originally established as a roastery. Today, roasted coffee is provided for a limited number of cafés around Prague and the Czech Republic. I would personally recommend Cafedu and Parlor Café but have a look at the complete list here.
Besides the fine selection of coffee, you can taste homemade cakes and small snacks. If you want to dive deeper into coffee expertise, have a look at cupping workshops where you can try different types of coffee with a professional presentation.
How to get to Dos Mundos:
Dos Mundos is just a few steps from tram stop Kamenická, located in Letná district. Take tram number 1, 2, 8, 12, 25, or 26. Close by; you can even stop by in retro cinema Bio Oko, have a walk in a huge park Stromovka and Prague National Gallery of modern art.
Address: Milady Horákové 38, Prague 7
Map: click here