Little Prague Bakery in West Seattle may seem familiar to you. You probably recognize their kolaches and baked treats from Seattle area farmers markets, which they’ve been serving since 1999. The café has been open for 5 years, serving up hearty meals, pastries, and drinks to the neighborhood.
My Seattle Foodie Podcast co-host Nelson Lau and I were invited to stop by for breakfast. Sitting at a table, on the sidewalk, drinking espresso and lemon lavender soda is a great way to start the day! We enjoyed a selection of kolaches, which are made using a recipe that has been passed down for generations at this family owned and operated bakery. The dough is soft and sweet. It’s filled with toppings available all year round and some seasonal flavors. The berries are fresh, the filling creamy, and one of the best pastries I’ve had in awhile.
To our surprise, we were served some savory dishes as well! The Hungarian Goulash with Dumplings was my favorite. As full as we were getting, we basically licked the plate clean. The meat was so tender! I loved dipping the dumplings in the savory sauce. Yum!
The Moravian Roast Pork with Dumplings and Sauerkraut was something I haven’t tried before. The soft bits of pork mixed with a bit of house made sauerkraut was delicious.
We were completely full! There’s no shame in admitting that we had to take some food to go. It was nice to sit outside and have a nice breakfast to start the day. Many thanks to Little Prague Bakery for hosting!