At first you might be put off by the approach to the restaurant. Although close to the centre it is up a back street. Once in the door there is a not particularly inviting corridor to negotiate. But once in the restaurant all is well. It's a cellar with curved ceilings and feels like a local restaurant rather than the ubiquitous euro-look elsewhere. The waiter was first class - his English was good enough for him to engage in a bit of banter with the diners and to help them choose from the menu. The menu was mainly local dishes. My wife started with the Armenian Salad and he did warn us that it was entirely grated carrot, garlic and mayonaisse. It was fantastic - must try and make it at home! I had the chicken pate with cranberry sauce. It was really tasty, made all the more so by the local speciality breads.We shared a meat platter for two with grilled sirloin fillet, pork medallions and turkey breast. The whole was served with the best grilled veg I've ever tasted in a delicious gravy which we mopped up with, french fries and rice. The whole lot was topped off with superb Hungarian cake with cream. Yummy and all washed down with a variety of local beers described and recommended by the waiter. A nice touch was when we tipped at perhaps 15% and the waiter, realising we we're perhaps not used to the Euro asked "Are you sure?" It was a nice moment that rounded of a really nice evening to end our first day in Slovakia.
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