Slovakia Restaurants

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Slovakia Restaurants

  • What an experience!

    At the moment the name of the restaurant escapes me--a Freudian slip? Maybe. It was the only restaurant, in Czechoslovakia, I tried and it most likely was not a good example as an only experience even during that time in history, but I'll share it anyway.This restaurant was located somewhere along the road to the Kosice airport quite a few miles...

  • Roasted pigs, lambs

    In mountainous areas of northern and eastern Slovakia you can order roasted small pig or a lamb. Enough food hmm... rather for at least 8-10 hungry persons. Where?In few local restaurants, hotels and in many pensions and/or "chata" (cottages).When?Remember to order an animal in advance that is a few days before. They must find, kill and prepare the...

  • Restaurant in Dolne Vestenice

    Going to the Czech Republic frontier, we stopped to lunch in the main road of Dolne Vestenice. It was a quite weird place, in and out of the restaurant, all decorated with typical objects of the country in a 'horror vacui' manner. We called to the door, that it was locked, and we were invited to enter. At first I was a bit reluctant to go inside...

  • Real Local food

    The restaurant was near the middle of Slovakia on the highway. The area in new and this building is built out of all intricate detail woods. They did a super job of the artwork inbedded into the building. The food was good local custom. I had variety of pierogi with cabbage cracklin pork and sweet cabbage. It was good.

  • What to eat?

    Traditional Slovak food was available in this restaurant in Oravsky Podzamok. We ate lunch there in September 2003, hmm... not the best to be honest. The Slovak diet relies mainly on pork. I found Slovak cuisine quite good and more spicy than Czech or Polish one. Various kinds of roasted meat dominated.The most popular traditional dishes were: 1....

  • Where to eat?

    Hmm... it was not so easy to find good restaurant with good food in Slovakia. At least it was always more difficult for me than in both Poland and Czech. And the choice was very limited, I mean not many non-Slovak food restaurants to choose from, maybe except Bratislava and pizzerias. Except larger cities it's often difficult to find anything more...

  • Tea in Banska Stiavnica

    Wonderful place to drink one of various types of tea. Special atmosphere, sometimes live music in the evening.

  • Eat in Banska Stiavnica

    A very nice restaurant in the city centre, we rushed to the table on the balcony, so we didn't see if the interior was big. Efficient staff and yummy food (decent portions) . Nice tables behind the flowers. Not expensive.There's also a guest-house in the same building (penzion) Oh, I really don't remember what we ordered but it tasted really very...

  • Some delicious dessert...

    When you are in Bardejov and you have just had your breakfast in lahodky it's a good idea to have some coffee and freshly baked cake. My absolute must is always a piece (sometimes 2 pieces!) of "strudel" ; it's a kind of cake with apples.DELICIOUS!

  • Something for breakfast?

    Recommending LAHODKY I don't mean a particular restaurant or cafe, this is a kind of shop which can be found in every even small town. There one can have different types of salads, freshly made sandwiches, very often cakes and drinks and everything is at reasonable prices. My favourite dish is egg salad and ham in jelly.

  • Don't miss special Xmas and New Year's...

    Kapustnica is a great soup (pretty strongly smelling everywhere :)) made of sauerkraut, sausages, smoked bacon, smoked meat, mushrooms, dried plums and a lot of other ingredients that can vary from house to house. :) However, the base is sauerkraut and when there is kapustnica it means the Cristmas is coming or New Year's Eve. Difference between...

  • Blue House

    As for the Bratislava page I must make a tip for this restaurant also herein general page of Slovakia. You see, it is maybe special but at first sight it should look dead :) no one at streets and no restaurant or pub on your way, especially in smaller towns, but be careful and have eyes wide opened for the little houses because inside there should...

  • Slovak beer - Zlaty Bazant :-)

    Kathy and Urszula (I was a driver) tasted the beer in Toliar Restaurant in Oravsky Podzamok and they told it was good :-).WHERE TO DRINK BEER?To taste beer in Slovakia chose a pub/bar crowded with natives or even tourists drinking beer just to be more sure that the beer served is fresh (from a new barrel). Hmm... I think that sometimes the owners...

  • Kalimero

    the food is very good and tasty, but you not eat my Kalimero, she is great black chicken now I like fruits and all food of my mother

  • Ceresne

    very good jednym z najznamejsich slovenskych jedal su bryndzove halusky. Zbytocne by ste ich hladali v oravskych restauraciach, ale na Liptove sa uz obcas vyskytnu a celkom dobre robia aj v Piestanoch na Kupelnom ostrove. A kedze na obrazku by nevyzerali dobre, ponukam radsej cerstvo natrhane ceresne. Pozor na cerviky, su skoro v kazdej!

  • Coffeeshop

    This is a coffee shop on Main Square. Does great cakes. Its just like an Austrian coffeeshop but cheaper You can buy a coffee in a nice mug and you keep the mug afterwards. Makes a good present ;-) Any of the cakes. I like the blackcurrent cheescake thing.

  • Too many FastFood (Bratislava)

    On the first day we didn't found any local food restaurant. We even asked some policemen for it and they were intrigued (they were eating an hamburguer). We thought there weren't actually any local food rest, only fast food, so we ate on some italian rest where we were badly received. On the next day we gave a try on the center and more expensive...

  • Most of the food is quite German in...

    Nearly any sidewalk cafe is good. We tried several and found them all to be quite satisfying. Most of the food was typcially German, and since we like German food, we were happy! Service was very good, very courteous, no tipping expected,though when we did tip, they were most appreciative. Staff was very helpful with explanations and suggestions....

  • As you know, I'm an snack...

    As you know, I'm an snack stand fanatic, and I really anjoyed the cheeseburgers here, which were made with two thick slices: one of cheese and one with boiled ham!tasty, quick, cheap, gives you energy when hiking cheeseburgers!! (see previous)

  • mihal's Restaurant Tip

    Traditional Slovak gastronomy reflects the time and the environment in which it was being made. Its basic ingredients are potatoes, cereals, cabbage, meat and milk, especially sheep's milk, as well as products made from it. They have achieved the greatest popularity in the form of unique Slovak bryndza. It is exported not just to Vienna but also...

  • When in Nitra, try a slice of...

    When in Nitra, try a slice of pizza in the square at the top of Stefanikova Trieda - lovely atmosphere. The traditional dish, Halusky, is well worth a try. Potato dumplings served with cheese and traditionally topped with cooked bacon rind.

  • OK, this is not a restaurant...

    OK, this is not a restaurant but chocolate recommendation. This 'Studentska' chocolate was one of the best chocolates I've ever had.

  • Slovakia is not very famous...

    Slovakia is not very famous for it's couisine, but you can have tasty cheap food almost every restaurant.Don't be surprised that you realise, that the dish you ordered was made from frozen material.Sad but true, this is usual in this region.I offer you two places:The SLOVAKIAN RESTAURANT IN TATRANSKÁ LOMNICA next to the railway station and one BY...

  • The Koliba at Hotel Willi in...

    The Koliba at Hotel Willi in Tatranska LomnicaThe Koliba is a traditional Slovak kitchen/restaurant, with an open grill and rustic furniture. There was an excellent Romany band there that night, playing traditional Romany music. Very enjoyable experience, and the service was excellent. Fried Trout, excellent Slovak red wine

  • i think just about evrywhere...

    i think just about evrywhere we ate in Bratislava was really good! but my favorate was a a place called the Dubliner--make sure you order the (FULL_MONTY)! there is enought food on that plate for 2 people! the FULL_MONTY at the Dubliner! (just make sure you are really hungry)

  • Anywhere in Slovakia you can...

    Anywhere in Slovakia you can get a good home cooked meal. Stick to the small restaurants. Ask the waitress to recomend a meal. Soups are the speciality!Simple hearty foods. The cuisine varies by region, sometimes only in presentation, but sometimes influenced by years of invasions, and is quite different. Try the local wines too. Halusky and...

  • All must be arranged...

    All must be arranged beforehand, contact an expert! Really cute little places to eat pop up everywhere. Halusky

  • the driver wanted the BONO...

    the driver wanted the BONO pizza, i had the FUNGHI. it took 1 hour waiting and then this delivery service forget the receite and came back after 1 hour again to bring it. what a service wow

  • a pizza delivery servicei had...

    a pizza delivery servicei had to stay at kosice for 1 night together with the slovakian truck driver so i ordered some pizzas for us. a girl at the tankstation we stayed nearby did the ordering for me because i dont speak their language. i like any pizza

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  • Marrol's Hotel Bratislava

    This hotel is so great and the staff there do everything they can to help in any way they can. It is...

  • DoubleTree by Hilton Kosice

    Hlavna 1, Kosice, Kosice, 040 01, Slovakia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Villa Siesta

    Novy Smokovec 88, Vysoke Tatry, Presov, 06201, Slovakia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Holiday Inn Trnava

    Hornopotocna Street, Trnava, 91701, Slovakia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel Pod Hradom

    I stayed in the annex, of Pod Hradom hotel , 60 m down the road.. For single E 46.50. This included...

  • Penzion Sabato

    Sobotske Namestie 1730/6, Poprad, 058 01, Slovakia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel U Leva

    We stayed two nights in Hotel U Leva on the square.The staff is very helpful, and the resturant...

  • Thermia Palace Hotel Piestany

    Winterova 29, Kupelny Ostrov 1, Piestany, 92129, Slovakia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Holiday Inn Zilina

    Sportova 2, Zilina, Slovakia (Slovak Republic), 01

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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