And that brings me to my personal favorite in Prague, Cafe Slavia. Slavia has been described as Prague's best known cafe and it totally deserves all the laurels. Located next to the National theatre and opposite the Vlatava river, Slavia can be a very romantic place to have a coffee or a meal. A fine example of an Art Deco coffee house, Slavia can get very crowded at times. Luckily both times we went here, we got seats without any waiting. In the evenings, a gentleman here plays the most soulful pieces on the piano. It just takes you to some other era. I think all that was missing here was Rekha singing Kaisi Paheli Zindagani!We went here for my birthday eve dinner and the memories of my plate that night take me to my happy place. I ate the slow roasted pork belly simmered for 12 hours and served with homemade gnocci, sour cabbage, bacon, fried onion and the most heavenly pork broth.