If the Museum of Decorative Arts had a buffet restaurant, you would feel as if you were having breakfast at exactly such a place. The dining room where the food - varied - is served for breakfast is the culmination place of this hotel. Frescoes, mouldings and Art Nouveau lighting, discreet contemporary furniture and a presentation table placed in the centre, almost invisible: these are all the details that give refinement to the meal. Chopped chives with scrambled eggs, tartar sauce and small dish of pickles with a plate of tomatoes, bread, sausages, bacon, freshly cut fruit, Czech pastries, strudel, sparkling wine. Hot drinks are served at the table. During the day, there is no buffet, but the restaurant serves quick meals, a la carte (sandwiches, soups, salads) or gourmet (fish sauce, pork tenderloin with small vegetables).