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This a great find location just on the edge of city centre! The coffee was lovely and the ambiance and the docor was really cool. Like having a drink in the quirky museum. And you fancy buying some of the artwork, it is also possible.
We found this little place which is on the edge of the old town and it is a little gem well worth a visit. Great coffees, cakes look good and this cafe has a full drinks menu. Its a quirky little cafe and its unique...to sit amongst all the antiques which are for sale. The background music is relaxing and adds to the ambience. Good prices and the lady owner was very pleasant and welcoming.More
What a great find! We originally ran inside trying to escape the autumn rain, but decided to stay and enjoyed a few beers, Aperol Spritz and wine. We loved the uniqueness of the place and enjoyed looking around amongst the pretty, antik items. Perfect stop...on your city tour, breaking up your walk for a recharging drink or cake.More
Another gem of a recommendation from our guide to stop on our long Walking Tour to try out local Slovak pastries. The place is great and it’s decor is to die for. The owner it seems collects World War 2 artifacts and decorates her cafe...with them. We were given traditional Slovak pastry with poppy seeds in the middle. Forgot what it was called. But it was great. Would surely recommend you to spend some time here if you are around. It seems all the World War 2 artifacts are for sale. So you can even check them out.More
Our experience was destroyed by incredibly arrogant guests.
1 table with 1 chair free, however it seemed to be impossible to find the other free chair for my husband. When asking at 2 tables with obviously free chairs, the answer was rude NO. And the...reason why? There were a least 5 free chairs not taken by anyone, however they served for handbags, for a dog to sit, or simply to take comfortable position with feet up on the chairs..
Of course I would accept, if they reserve it for friends, who come later, however we have seen the people from those 2 tables, who refused to help with chair - leaving, so obviously it was just their arrogance and lack of polite ad human behavior!
I believe the staff should be able to influence this experience - otherwise they risk they loose other guests!More
Cafe L'Aura is a cafe bar we've been to on a few occasions over the years and we've always enjoyed ourselves and so it proved on our latest visit.
The cafe looks superb, it's got a cosy ,querky interior with great decor and furnishings and...despite its relatively small size plenty of seating options spread throughout this cafe bar both inside and when the weather is good outside looking out onto the busy and bustling area around this cafe,it's just a great place to unwind in.
Before visiting the wonderful Bratislava Castle we dropped into here for a quick coffee, greeted warmly by a very pleasant member of staff who took our order of a flat white coffee each, these were served steaming hot, we just chilled out and took in the great cafe bar we were in.
The coffee served here is spot on, you can tell they use quality ingredients in their coffee and take great pride in the coffee they serve.
We really enjoyed our coffee's in here before we moved on and as on every other visit to here we had a great time.
Cafe L'Aura is easy to locate on Rudnayovo Námestie, it's right by St Martin's Cathedral.
A wonderful cafe bar in a great location and well worth checking out if your in the area.More
Situated down the hill for the castle and near the ikon town square, Cafe L 'Arua is a nice polka to sit and unwind with a drink after walking around the city. Reasonable prices with Prosecco about 2.20 a glass. Inside is a bit like...an antiques shop, lots of character and recommendedMore
It's hard to walk past this Cafe without being drawn inside. It's such a great concept and has a lot of beautiful things. As soon as I walked in and said hello in English the waitress rolled her eyes at me. Needless to say I...left without experiencing the food or drink.More