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.
BeAbout is place for all ‘outcasts of the outcasts’, or simply anyone who feels awkward in any kind of subculture.
Strong coffee, wide variety of tasty homemade lemonades, and pretty good food: U Kubistu manages to impress even the pickiest caffeine nerds and foodies amongst us.
After their recent move to much larger premises, St. Germain has lost some of its personality, but there‘s still plenty to love: fabulous burgers with avocado salsa on top, homemade cakes and lemonades, plus decent wine make this charming „café with a French twist“ a place brimming with joie de vivre.
Tucked away at the very end of one of the longest streets in the city centre, Vegan bar is definitely worth the short walk
The pleasant restaurant with the atmosphere of old Pressburg can be found right in the heart of the historic city centre.
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!
Kamzík is the hill of 439-meter overlooking Bratislava.
Visit Mondieu bistro and relax having a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate or having a glass of quality wine.
Started by a former advertisement industry pro, this underground bar and eatery successfully proves you don‘t need to be trained in hospitality to cook truly brilliant food.
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.
This typical old Slovak pub is a real maze where you can learn a great deal about the history of the Slovak nation.
„Place, where the true art of gastronomy is born“