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During our trip to Bratislava we chose this restaurant for the first breakfast on the first day of the year. It is a small place, in the Old Town close to Cumil. They have wide selection of meals. Benedict eggs were great as well as...More
Came three guys to enjoy a lunch, just like alot of others.
Young and older.
In the Café the music is extreme loud dance charts. Dont fit at all. When asked to turn it down, ( by alot of customers) a young waitress did, but...More
The staff was so unfriendly that the very tasty cake and cappuccino looked like bad to me. There was special place for smokers but a guy, friend of the waitress, was smoking in the bar in a non smoking area. All the Slovakians who are...More
We waited more than 15 minutes for a waiter to notice us and waited for the food more than 30 minutes. When we asked why it's taking so long we weren't really given an answer!! The tomato soup was served rather cold and served without...More
We're in Bratislava every week so we try a lot of breakfast places.
I got the eggs benedict. I must say they look and taste excelent. Coffe is also pretty good, the only little issue I had was the fact that the big version of...More
A group of us popped into this cafe for an early lunch on a stopover through Bratislava. Upon trying to order lunch, the waiter responded simply “no” and it wasn’t until questioned that he replied “breakfast only”. Didn’t appreciate the attitude. We then ordered waffles...More
Service is really slow and not very friendly. We asked for a pancace and they told us they only offer it for breakfast. So we went again the next morning and we were told that kitchen was not open!! There are many better places to...More
We sat down, looked at the menu, then waited for the waiter, Viktor, to notice us. He ignored us until we started waving our arms to get his attention. When he finally looked out way, he actually scowled at us as he walked over to...More