Sister brewpub/restaurant for Bratislavskiy Mestianskiy Pivovar - everything is very similar both in brews & foods. This makes it a very good place for beer in Bratislava. In summer it has nice biergarten.
Far from a large range of beers, only four on taps, two of their own and two from Erdinger. No bottled beers were listed in the menu. However, their own beers, a pilsener and a dunkel, were nicely served, well-kept and tasted good. It’s a large modern, brick hall-like place built on an old estate and promoting a clean and airy impression. Seems to be popular for eating lunch and dinner. Friendly and polite service. An extra score for the brilliant toilet facilities. Relatively central location (visited, 30.07.2012).
This place is halfway between the town centre and Richtar Jakub, so we thought we’d stop past for a couple of beers and food. Inside its large, light and modern. They had only 2 house beers, but thankfully both were pretty tasty. The food is a contemporary take on Slovak cuisine. Staff spoke good English (also ask for the English menu). Well worth going for food and a couple of beers.
Big brewpub near the City center. Big beergarden where we enjoyed the last sun of the day, nice. 2 beers on tap+ mixed and a radler. Didnt eat but food looked good. Service a little slow and rather poor english. Also a bit more expensive than the other places we visited in Bratislava.
Large and modern brewpub. 2 beers - Tmavy and Svetle. Both were served from some unclean taps during the 1st hour of hour visit. They got better during the day. Food was nice and the atmosphere was great. The waitresses . . Oh boy. Lovely! A must when in Bratislava.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 28, 2013
RBESG 2012. Really an amazing, fun atmosphere. Pretty good service and the couple beers we had were a bit off (egg-y). Would be a fun place to return to and see if they got the kinks worked out on their beers. Shitters: C-
Yeah, this is a nice place. Quite centrally located, it’s probably the biggest brewpub in Bratislava, though I could be wrong. Somewhat modern looking too. The mens’ toilet looking out at a children’s playground probably gets the Pedobear seal of approval. All kidding aside, it’s lighter than most other places and the atmosphere was great, but I’m afraid we created most of it. I prefered the pale here to the one in Drevena, and the Bubák was very good, "as usual". I do hope they expand the production, they show promise. While it’s not a situation where one can rate service effectively, the staff was certainly really efficient and nice, apologising more than once for the first 2-3 beers that smelled crappy... and props to the waitress for playing along with Mads (dedollewaitor) in one of the funniest moments of the gathering :). The food? Might be a touch more expensive than the norm, but it’s certainly good. My pork medallions in Niva cheese with lovely tiny baked potatoes looked scant at first, but it turned out to be filling enough for me, and tasty enough even if not stellar, but the hazelnut cream pancakes with fruit were delectable. I got to try heavy’s zander stew too and it seemed quite nice. All in all, not a bad place to eat and drink, even if there probably are slightly cheaper alternatives. They have wifi but it didn’t work properly when we were there.
Moderate big beer hall not far from the city center. We were there around 1 p.m., so most of the people were having lunch. Place is pretty big, but at the moment didn’t have patio. There is a big playground near, so lots of kids were running around. Two decent house beers plus Erdinger and Birell. Not much more to say…