This pub spans 3 floors & gets very busy so finding a table isn't easy. You can reserve a table in advance.
The home-brewed beer & the food is excellent. We tried the "beer cheese" to start which involves fried bread which you DIY with mustard, a smoky cheese in a dark beer, garlic, onion & chilli. We shared an enormous piece of pork (it doesn't say it's to share on the menu but it's 20 euros & nearly 2kg). It came with a range of yummy chillis, peppers & gherkins & bread. This was divine & we couldn't finish it so a homeless man got a nice sandwich out of it! The menu is variations of traditional Slovak food which mostly involve dumplings & meat (there are 2 fish options) or cheese.
The price was very reasonable for the quality but everything in Bratislava seems relatively expensive if you've come from Budapest.
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