When you think of a holiday automatically your mind goes to eat! What’s new you’ll taste. What is the kitchen of the destination country? What suits your tastes, what not others are ready for experiments. Correctly; We, to be honest, love the good food. Keep in mind that good food does not need to be too expensive. On every trip, however, our budget is leaning towards food. We thoroughly look for all the choices given to us and we choose both safe dishes and more “subversive” for our tastes. Dining in Bratislava, so we have the best suggestions for soups and main dishes.
#1 Food in Bratislava – Kolkovna Eurovea (Pribinova 8, 811 09)
This particular chain is a chain and you can find similar in Prague and other European countries. It has great space and a nice atmosphere. The portions are gratifying and in excellent quality. From soups we chose it with chicken and beans. Both were palliative for the cold we had felt a little earlier. For main dishes keep it! Christos chose the “Old Czech KOLKOVNA platter” that was really huge and I (Marianna) “Grilled Chicken” with a chicken that really melted! Our dishes accompanied a salad with a pancake turkey and a scallop. Of course, the menu is also for vegetarians. The person will need about 20 € to eat very well at Kolkovna Eurovea.
#2 Urban House (Laurinska 14, 881 01)
A shop with an interesting decoration since it has something of industrial design while the large wooden library gives a warmth in the space. There you can enjoy coffee and cocktails up to tasty dishes. Pizza, burgers and salads are some of the dishes you can choose from. Have a great breakfast too! Depending on whether you will accompany your food with a cocktail, the prices range from 15-20 € per person.
#3 Slovak Pub (Obchodna’ 62, 811 06)
An excellent labyrinth-like shop. We have not seen so many different levels so far with everyone having their own name. This is a classic Slovak restaurant with heavy seats and large wooden tables. The soup with cheese and garlic flavor inside a loaf of bread is the specialty of the shop. It has products prepared in the organic farm operating just outside Bratislava. It is worthwhile to try their handmade beer while having a menu only for students and teachers. Average price per person is about 15 € for a good meal.
#4 U Kubistu (Grösslingová 2524/2 6, 811 09)
Here the food is very special. You want his ingredients. You want to decorate the dishes. It’s probably a combination. Risotto, soup, chicken fillet are some of your choices. You can also ask for the day dish, which is always a surprise. The person will need about 15-20 € for a delicious meal.
The food in Bratislava has nothing to jealous of the best restaurants in Paris and as you figured prices are at the same level as other European countries.