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Slovak cuisine

Student life doesn't have to mean crummy cuisine. Yes, the cooking limitations of campus are a reality and no microwave or long queue for the stove can have negative impact on the eating habits of young students. Not everyone...

RE:FRESH

Actually delivering on the promise that “here you can have it all,” Re:fresh is one of those little-hyped but much loved establishments in Bratislava that make this city’s growing restaurant scene special. LOCATION As if we needed another reason to frequent...

STEFANKA

A poet, a journalist, a Jewish merchant and a president walked into a café. What sounds like the first sentence of a joke could easily be an everyday occurrence at Café Stefanka. Over coffee, cake and sometimes something stronger,...

BOKOVKA

Literally translated, bokovka means “sideways.” More practically, however, Slovaks use this term to mean something on the side: a side job, a roadside reststop, or - gasp! - a rendezvous! When it comes to this home-style restaurant in the...

BEST HALUSKY?

Halusky, our traditional meal, are either a „love or hate“ thing for people. The dish has a very specific taste because of the sheep cheese which has quite a strong flavor and smell. We don’t know many Slovaks who wouldn’t...

MONASTIC BREWERY

Get ready for a pub where you can get a great home-made beer in a spacious monastic cellar from the early Baroque period. One own beer type, many delicious dishes and friendly service are the main reasons why to...
Slovakia is with no doubt a country of soups. We just love eating them! Each regular lunch menu consists of a soup and a main dish and we often replace our dinner dish with a bowl of a nice...

KOMIN

Opened just about a year ago, the craft brewpub Komin already found its strong fan base. The reason is not only because this place is the only one of a kind in the neighborhood around well-known Miletičova Street. LOCATION This location...
We recommend Starosloviensky pivovar very much if you want to scoop deeper into the history of Slovakia rather than just its modern times. The traditional Slavonic cuisine is served here – halušky, bryndza, lokše... basically all what people used...
If you are a beer drinker and you want a visual experience, then Omama Shop Café is your place! You will see how lovely the old Austro-Hungarian Bratislava pubs were and feel like it’s the turn of the 20th century....