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We had pork and halusky in a bleu cheese gravy. Yum, yum, yum! Beyond that, the service was outstanding. (I thought the waitress was the owner, she was so attentive and gracious.) Off the beaten path, which is why we went there, but easy to...More
Was looking forward to a return visit to this restaurant, had some lovely meals here in the past. Somewhat disappointed on this visit there was only one staff serving and she would need to do a “ customer service course” very poor attention and at...More
We expected a lot from this restaurant but left it quite dissapointed.
Tomato soup - good
Beef broth - very salty
Athosov kord - nothing special or very tasty. Dry meat and vegetable not grilled, just steamed.
Tajomny rocastin - quite OK. Gnocchi could be...More
We were the only people on a mid winter week night evening but the lights were turned on, the candles lit and the service excellent. A very obliging woman was attentive and couldn’t do enough for us. Home style Hungarian food which we enjoyed.
What a great find this place was, sliģhtly off the beaten track but this place was brimming with character. The waitress very helpful and the food delicious. Good portion sizes too and reasonably priced.
Arriving in Bratislava through the train station and walked down the hill to the restaurant. Arrived shortly after lunch on a week day. The theme of the restaurant is the Three Musketeers. Starting with the soups the meal proceeded to exceed expectations. The soup was...More
Want to eat authentic local food in a medieval environment? Look no further than Traja Mustetieri (Three Musketeers). While there's no show, you'll enjoy the period costume if the servers, the clever names on the menu (recommended by Lonely Planet guide), and the quality food.