Bratislava - Post Report Question and Answers

What typical restaurants, food delivery services, and/or takeout options are popular among expatriates?

The old town has lots of restaurant (even health conscious and vegan) and bars that are not overly expensive. Several delivery options: WOLT, BOLT, and This is one of the delights of post since the embassy is located in the old town it is super easy to walk to tons of different places. - May 2021

Several downtown - Thai, Slovak, Sushi, Italian. Great pizza place in the neighborhood. - Aug 2017

Not too much delivery of dinner, but groceries get delivered through Tesco and was so convenient. Lots of great restaurants throughout the city of all types of cuisines. - Jun 2017

Slovak food. Restaurants are cheap but not great. There is Wagamama in Eurovea, recommend it. Service is unfriendly as a rule. - Feb 2017

There's not much available take-out-wise. There's sushi and pizza (Mr. Pizza tends to be the favorite). There's a lot of good Slovak food but other types of food tends to be so-so. There are a couple Asian fusion restaurants and a Mexican place. There's also a new Wagamama. There is a chain of restaurants here that have play areas for kids -- the Italian version has a pizza-making station where kids can cut shapes out of dough and have them cooked. - Sep 2016

There is a fairly nice range of restaurants and they are affordable. We typically spend about 10 Euros/person on a main at dinner, and beer is cheap, at 2 to 3 Euros for a half liter. There are not a ton of exotic restaurants, but things like Italian, Indian, Chinese, sushi, and Thai food are all available. - Jun 2015

U.S. brands are mostly McDonald's, Pizza Hut and KFC. Prices are close to those in the US. There are lots of good (and reasonably priced) Italian and Chinese restaurants, but very few Mexican or Latin American places. High-end continental restaurants are everywhere, but you will use them only for special occasions. - Dec 2009

Anything in the States is also here. But why would you? The food is fantastic and reasonably priced. - Apr 2010

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