Of the more than twenty places we ate at on a recent tour of Eastern Europe Restaurant Prazdroj, in Bratislava, was by far the worst.
To call the food inedible would be too kind by far. On a mercifully quick lunch stop our main dish was a soup containing a huge, dense ball of some very un-appetizing, basically inedible meat-like substance—liver?
Service, if you could call it that, was forced-march paced, unsmiling, and as a spilled beer proved, grudging.
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