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With the arrival of Zeppelin, the urban center features a place that is not an overpriced tourist trap.

Mondieu is a bistro, where you always find fresh, tasty and healthy meals and drinks.

Larger (and noisier) sister of the original Gorila named Urban House presents customers with more food options, a lot more comfortable chairs, plus a DJ stand, which makes it a definite addition to a must visit list.

From your first morning coffee and premium quality lunch to a well-deserved dessert and satisfying dinner with a glass of wine at the close of the day – we have many recipes for a joyful life here at Tulip Café & Restaurant.

Books, specialty coffee, delicious cakes and cool snacks – that´s Foxford! If you want to lean into a…

Historical patisserie Konditorei Kormuth delivers you a unique gastronomy experience combining history with exceptional taste and elegance.

A small café chain carrying the name of an important historical figure Ludovít Štúr. Stur single-handedly jumpstarted the city‘s original coffee shop revolution, and still holds its popularity to this day.

ŠKODOVKA is a concept that gives customers a feeling that they stepped into the living room of their grandparents.…

If you‘re serious about your tea, you cannot miss out on this teeny tea room hidden in a quiet street.

The first selfiecinno, fresh breakfast or lunch menu and a hidden coffee shop with a rich offer. The…

Axioma is an unlikely success: way off the central beaten path in an unsightly glass building, with clouds of smoke permanently enveloping its patrons, and let‘s be honest, its quite unalluring interior.

Slovak people love their soup. There‘s probably no pub or restaurant that wouldn‘t be serving hot chicken broth or tomato soup, sometimes even instant or straight from a can!

A wildly popular, original mini-chain of restaurant / café / bars with a laid-back atmosphere, a good selection of Belgian and some quirky beers, and friendly staff. And the prices are truly hard to beat.

The latest addition to Bratislava‘s sweet map. Koun is a true gelateria run by a passionate local family, whose sole intention is to bring some proper Italian sweetness to the local dull ice cream scene.

*10% discount with Bratislava CARD
Right on the square where this well-known sculptor lived and worked, an old Pressburg style café has been opened in his honour.

Bratislava CARD – Your Perfect Travel Guide

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