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Great restaurant, which is located near the main square of Poprad and right behind the church with the bell-tower.
The food is very tasty and not expensive. Last year (June 2008) we had two soups (one bean and garlic with toasts) + two times "bryndzove haloushki" (type of boiled potato noodles with goat cheese and bacon) for less then 160 Slovak crowns.
Also the good thing is a fast service. If you come to the restaurant between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. you have a chance to eat whole lunch (soup+second plate) for small money. You don't choose the dishes, you just order the "menu".
Just to sum up, good local, Tatran food for reasonable money!!!
Favorite Dish: Bryndzove haloushky (boilled potato noodles with goat cheese and bacon)
Zaprazany syr (coated in breadcrumps camembert with french fries and mayo dip)
Great and fully stuffing food for good price.
Written Jun 16, 2009
This restaurant has a local country style interior and even features a fountain. They have a menu in other language but you have to ask for it.
I don't remember what my dish was called and when it was served I wasn't too impressed with the runny sauce trying to escape the plate but it turned out to be absolutely delicious.
Written Jul 29, 2007
Address: ul. 1. maja 216
We sat on the terrace of the pizzeria as it was warm enough. I had a Hawaiian pizza which was yummy and cost 130 SKK. Later I ordered a tea with lemon and got a herbal fruit tea. So when ordering tea state immediately what kind of tea you want. Service was very friendly.
Updated Jul 29, 2007
Address: Zdravotnicka 2
Since it was warm enough we sat on the terrace for our dinner. The restaurant's interior is rustical with a lot of wood. The menu was also in German and English.
Favorite Dish: I ordered the local speciality "Tatra medailons". That's one medaillon each of chicken, beef and pork on a potato fry with sauce. It cost SKK 160.00. For drinks I had black currant juice and mineral water.
Written Jul 29, 2007
Address: Namestie Sv. Egidia 38
Phone: 052 77 23 298
The atmosphere is casual, warm, cosy and colourful. Maybe Bavarian.The food is fairly easy to choose if you can only speak English. Each item on the menu is accompanied by a photo, but its still possible to make mistakes.The staff were friendly.
Favorite Dish: Chicken crumbed with cheese, bacon,seafood and vegetables!!!
Updated Feb 2, 2005
Address: in the central square
If you don't speak English, don't expect to get more than a stale salami roll from this cafe...
If you are lingustically advantaged enough, you'll have a grand feast!
Written Feb 13, 2005
Address: Poprad Tatry