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We went as a couple after reading about the beer hall. The food was pretty good, the beer selections were great and service was pretty quick. The venue itself is quite cool, and I can imagine a great atmosphere if it were full.
We was there late in the evening, so they soon close but we get some to eat. It was good, but the service was short notiz and laconic, which made an uncomfortable impression. The beer, which i would have was empty and he mean only...that two other are availabile.More
I found it a very touristy place and a bit pricey. This is my first impression.
Also staff is not friendly at all. At least I communicated 3 staff but none of them was nice.
It is interesting to visit the old and historical building, though....Entrance area is decorated very nicely. Entire space is very interesting, which makes you remind you that it used to be theather.
As I wasn't hungry very much, I ordered cabbage soup but it is very disappointing. Portion is small and very salty. Ihad had another cabbage soup near Devin Castle, which was far better and bigger.
No reson to visit there again for me even if atmosphere is good. More
We were a pretty large party of people around 15 to be exact. I have been here a few time purely for the atmosphere when it is busy....the buzzzz, the noisy vibey buzz, you see. But everytime I / we come here I / we...moan about the unfriendly, unsmiling staff who are completely indifferent to your needs. Such a shame that this level of service is still rife here in Slovakia.
That said, the food is GR8 and pretty much everything on the menu is worth a bash with prices standard for a capital city tourist restaurant. I can say that I have never had a bad meal here apart from the one time that the pork ribs I was served were a little dry. Was not worth complaining about as the awesome beer washed my sorrows away. Copious amounts of "pivo" helps end the day.
Enjoy your meal and ignore the shoddy standard of service and apathetic servers....don't let that spoil a great venue to enjoy a tasty Slovak meal. And, yes, I continue to go there the grumpy staff!More
Good value, good traditional good in a converted theatre. We went at lunchtime as much quieter than evenings. Waiter very friendly and gave advice on local specialities and drinks (try Tatra Tea with hot water) 👍
The Flag Ship restaurant and the Slovak Pub share the same owner, so the concept and the food are similar, which is good, as the food is good.
Prices are reasonable.
The unique is the building, which is an old cinema and this is lovely...to see.More
And I mean the biggest restaurant I've seen :) Nice service and food but somehow a little depressing. Maybe because tables and chairs are old ( not historial ) and the place could have more light. The building is beautiful though and you can search...the place for hidden rooms :)More
This place is good for it's location and price. But, expect to wait a long time for a table. It's a conveyor belt type of service. Get them in, get them out.
They also brew and sell their own beer!
Draught Beer 0.5l = €2.20...Coca Cola Can = €1.80
Chardonnay = €1.10
Garlic Soup = €4.50
Chicken Schnitzel = €5.90
Chips x 2 = €1.80 each = €3.60
Sausage = €5.90
Extra Pickles = €1.50
Cabbage Soup = €3.50
Total = €30More
We went here on recommendations from our tour guide and local uber driver. It gets busy so there's a good atmosphere with plenty to see. You can't book a table after 7pm on line but as we had called in on our way through they...kindly reserved one for us to come back to later in the evening. The food is good and there's a selection of local Slovak food, all reasonably priced. Definitely worth a visit.More