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.
Very nice brewpub just outside the city center. The beergarden is really cosy with lots of trees. What I saw from the inside looked also cosy and clean (the toilets were very clean for example). The food I had was really tasty and affordable. Beer selection is small, only 2 brews from tap, but the Tmavé is a great, tasty example of the style. Service was friendly and helpful, but a bit slow.
Overall highly recommended, the only reason why my rating isn’t higher is the small beer list.
nice location with a park and big outside sitting area, close to city center. we came here on a sunny saturday for lunch. place was maybe 1/3 full. service was friendly but overall a bit slow. food was very nice, so worth the wait. beer selection is rather limited. they had a light and a dark beer. we had the dark beer which was very nice though. Prices for beers were good, food prices were a bit above average but still OK. Overall recommended place.
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.
The place is located in park; it is a little larger than it looks from the outside; the service was a little slow despite the place not being that full; the beer was a little bit above average and the food was good; the crowd really started to pick up around 1900; still worth dropping by if you are close