Reviews on Eastern European food in Nitra Region, Slovakia. The Nitra Region is one of the administrative regions of Slovakia. It was first established in 1923 and from 1996 exists in its present borders. It consists of seven districts /okresy/ and 354 municipalities, from which 15 have a town status.
Things to do in Nitra Region
4 based on 168 reviews
Have eaten here twice since arriving in Slovakia and on both occasions expectations were met on our first visit I had the Ribs as we had arrived a little later than the others and you get 2 and a half racks for 15 euro when we returned on the 0th I had chicken noodle soup followed by 4 pieces of fried coated chicken on proper mashed potatoes along with a ginger & honey tea ,hopefully return in new year once we arrive back after xmas
5 based on 60 reviews
We are the first and the best restaurant in Slovakia, which specializes in baked potatoes. Our concept is aimed to gift love to everyone and make our clients happy with the best quality food, mood and cozy atmosphere. You should also try our craft beer me
Famous Obchodna street is not as attractive place as you would like it to be (it has some potential). Even we enjoyed the vibe today a lot sitting next to tram line. Main thing - food was great. Superb curly flower and broccoli soup, tried pulled pork and duck version of jacket potato’s. Well prepared. Very tasty and creatively presented. Excellent wine as well to it.
4 based on 703 reviews
GOD BLESS YOU “God bless you”, this is how also maltsters greet each other and this greeting is also in the house. “The process of brewing of our beer starts with the selection of the raw ingredients of the highest quality. Brewing is done by a traditiona
almost across the street from the Hotel Danubia is a micro brewery/restaurant. The facility is attractive, food very good (Slovak cuisine) and a limited selection of onsite made beers. Great choice. Everyone was happy. One member of group felt his mash potatoes were the best he'd ever eaten.
4 based on 1370 reviews
This place was recommended by quite a few locals & as per the # of reviews it has, it's obviously visited by many locals & foreigners alike. Due to it being a busy restaurant, we reserved a table for the 2 of us in advance, because we didn't want to miss the opportunity.However, each thing that happened, was disappointing.We asked to sit outside, but they said it was full, so we sat inside. 2 separate local couples came after us without reservations & asked to sit outside & they were given tables outside.After ordering the drinks, the waiter seemed to be a bit irritated that we needed time to order, but he helped us choose the food, which was nice.The food took long to arrive, but I didn't have any worries, because it's relatively exotic. Roasted duck & rabbit.Unfortunately, the food was barely lukewarm. When we informed this, the response was that it's how it should be.Sadly, the food was probably average in taste. Both the dishes, for both of us.The prices are a tad bit over average.When we wanted to pay with the credit card at the end, the waitress asked if we cannot pay with cash. I said I prefer to pay with card. She then said the machine is broken, until after much back & forth, she came with a card machine.Maybe we were just unlucky in all departments that day, but my experience here was below average.Dear Dhushan,thank you very much for your visit.I am sorry for all mistakes that happened according to your description. I will check everything to prevent from it for the future. Thank you for understanding.Best regards, Viktor
4 based on 2508 reviews
Bratislava Burgess Brewery in Drevena Street follows an old tradition of the famous Burgess Brewery, “Die Bürgerliche Brauerei“, called the Burgher by residents. Nice beer was brewed there and the adjacent brewery restaurant was well-known for its domesti
I arrived for a meal. Every single staff ignored me. They didn't ignore about 20 other people that were not tourists, which they pointed to tables. After 5 minutes someone finally talked to me saying I could sit anywhere but they were full, after allowing all the other people ahead of me. Most insulting welcoming ever. Clearly they don't like tourists.DON'T GO THERE.
4 based on 465 reviews
V jednej z najstarších budov zo 14. storočia na Panskej ulici prinásame nový gastronomický koncept. Jeho základom je domáca kuchyňa založená na tradičných rodinných receptúrach dolnozemských Slovákov žijúcich v Rumunsku, Srbsku a Maďarsku, kvalitná obsluh
We had a very good meal here when we visited for dinner. Staff are friendly, helpful and attentive. The food is well prepared, beautifully presented and delicious. thank you for your visit
4 based on 573 reviews
Restaurant Koliba Kamzík located in Zelená street is a traditional Slovak restaurant in the heart of city centre - Bratislava Old Town. The concept of the restaurant has succeeded in The High Tatras and now it opens it second restaurant. The cuisine has i
Arriving at 9pm, the restaurant seemed buzzing and busy and, considering this, we were greeted in a warm and friendly welcoming manner. Taken down to the lower restaurant I chose an authentic local dish while the other half decided on some venison. Service was speedy, prices were affordable and the food was amazingly yummy! I'd highly recommend this authentically decorated restaurant. Thank you for your positive review. We will be grateful if you visit us again.
4 based on 883 reviews
We arrived at 13:45 and the waiter told us that we could only order the daily meal because a large group would arrive soon. We sat down and the waiter arrived after a few minutes with a terrible soup and he went away (for the second times) without asking if we wanted something to drink. Fortunately we had a little bottle of water that we drunk during the all lunch (I want underline that the costumer saw our bottle but he didn't ask us if we wanna something to drink). After ten minutes (in which we didn't know what to do, because we didn't know in what the daily menu consisted) he arrived for the third time with a spicy goulash (but I don't like spicy food so when I sat down I asked him if there was something spicy in the daily dishes and he told me that there wasn't, so I couldn't eat my meal). In the and, we had to attend 10 minutes at the cash desk waiting to pay this terrible lunch (and the costumer saw us us different times but he didn't care). We were absolutely disgusted by the meals (my boyfriend that likes spicy said that the goulash was acid and it didn't taste well) and by attitude of the costumers. It was chip but I honestly prefer to pay something more but don't go away still hungry.
4 based on 255 reviews
We would like to welcome you to Nobile, your home away from home, where our Head chef Kaha Kobiashvili creates his delicious dishes with ingredients straight from our farm not far from Bratislava. The selection of wines accompany our meals splendidly. The
Great service. Never tried Beetroot and Beef soup... what a great starter. Then came the Lamb cutlets which were perfectly cooked and smelt amazing! Double espresso to top off a great meal. Only downside was the beer was as weak as the sparkling water. I guess I should have tried a Georgian beer! Would definitely recommend if you are hungry and need a tasty meal. Thanks
4 based on 390 reviews
Nice place to visit for a snapshot of the local food. The service is great, staff are very helpful and friendly and the prices are very reasonable. Food was presented very well and the both dishes tasted delicious. A must if you are in town. Dear dominicemery,I would like to thank you both for your visit and feedback!Good luck!Viktor
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