There is nothing ITALIAN about that place...
I am sorry, they serve one sort of red wine, from Slovak producer, 4.20 for a glass of wine... insane
...charging you 2 euro extra for bread (slovak one, dry, we didn't even touch it, cause they brought it with water, maybe we should do the slovak way, bread with salt...no idea)
And why it was dry? no wonder, probably few people before us didn't eat it either and it did some rounds until it appeared at our table. the next couple was privileged and the waiter ran to billa and bought some fresh baguette for them. They ran out of bread, as well as rucola...
The place should have italian soul, old books from CSSR and about Stalin didn't do the impression to me, old arabic carpet either... the place is overloaded, more style of irish pub, where all the unused decoration is all over the place
I am sorry, but I was planning to have a nice evening. didn't happen
The kitchen is open, the place is very small for this risk...clothes and hair smell like food immediately
I am not picky, but have a good eye and taste. Should I spend more time here writing this review...next one would be music...of course not italian, speaker just above my head, on the ceiling, some techno music... seriously?
ok, I have to say, the food was very good, but for 10 euro, I would expect it.
I hoped for a nice hidden place in Bratislava, where I can enjoy a little Italy.
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