In comparison with other brewpubs in bratislava this one seems small. Looks like they changed location in last few months. Now, near town center in Vysoka street. Another new thing was that they didn’t have any house brews, just few guest beers (Zlatovar, Poutnik, Kaltenecker, etc.). Around 10 pm place was full and kitchen didn’t work, but we managed to persuade waiter to make us Utopenec. Reasonable prices and not so fast service.
Best bar we went to in Bratislava, and by some distance. Good selection of local beer (and they get a bonus point for having the best alcohol-free APA I’ve had anywhere). Excellent prices. Nice enough service. Food a bit basic but filling and inexpensive. If we do go back to Bratislava, this will be the first bar I visit. Closed on Sundays.
Quite large place with few separate areas and some tables in the courtyard. Service was good. Decent selection - about 7 taps were on during my visit. Some of them were very solid. On the cheap side. Worth stopping by for couple of pints.
The beer is excellent, just their Pressburg 10 is perfectly balanced and a joy. Now they do IPA which lives up to its name. Too much to do in one evening in this excellent beer town... will have to have their tmave next time!
Went here on the suggestion of Cuso for dinner. Many thanks, Imro. There are 4 tables in the entrance area, and a dozen more in a side room. Overall the place was not very atmospheric, especially the side room. I was actually surprised with the service (my expections were not very high after the other reviews). It took a bit before they noticed me, but afterwards service was quick and friendly. The server also spoke good english. They had a blackboard that listed about 12 different beers, I didnt try the house beers, but instead the Trebic IPA and Stout. Both of them good, especially the stout. Food was good too, but a bit on the greasy side. Overall good location and good value. Definitly recommended.
Brewpub in the centre of Bratislava. I’m not quite sure if the service was that excellent. Maybe it was the language barrier maybe something else... 10 beers on tap. Pressburg Weizenbock, Pressburg Radler, Nymburk 10°, Stupavar 11°, Rohozec 11°, Třebíč 12°, Nymburk 11°, Třebíč IPA, non-alcoholic and Celia. 3 of the 5 house brews were run out.
Cuso (226) Bratislava, Slovak Republic | August 26, 2013| Updated February 5, 2015
Centrally located pub, which serves own beers and has 5-6 rotating guest beers. There two premisses there, restaurant and cellar. Cellar is not open everyday and tap list differs a bit from tap list in restaurant. Beers are usuallz in good condition, home beers aren’t always avaialble. All in all if you are in city center it’s good choice for having some Slovak and Czech beers from small breweries.