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Traditional Slovak Dinner for my Bratislava Stag Do


  • Table booked for 2 hours
  • A traditionnal 2 course-dinner
  • A beer per person
  • Local guide

Traditional Slovak Dinner in Bratislava : Information

Eat, Drink and be Merry during your stag do in Bratislava with a delicious Traditional Slovak Dinner.

A great way to kick-start the stag party celebrations, line your stomach for the mammoth amount of drinking that lays ahead and keeps you well fuelled for the long night of partying and celebrating in true stag do style.

Think potatoes, meats covered in sauces, cheesy dishes, dumplings and beer, it's all on the menu with this Traditional Slovak Dinner.

No one likes to go hungry, hungry leads to hangry and we don't need any irritable-hungry stags on this stag do. maximise we'll sort you out with a table reservation, a 2-course meal,  a beer each and your local guide will accompany you to the restaurant.

Slovak Cuisine:

Slovakian cuisine has been greatly influenced by its neighbours; Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Ukraine.

Much of Slovakian cuisine can be traced back to when the majority of the population lived self-sufficiently in villages, grew their own vegetables, made their own milk products and milled their own flour. Therefore, it's no surprise that you can find lots of cheese, meat, potatoes, cabbage and onion in traditional Therefore it's no surprise that you can find lots of cheese, meat, and potatoes in Traditional Slovakian cuisine.

Over the years traditional Slovakian cuisine has developed into wholesome food that consists of Potatoes, meat, sheep cheese and dumplings are often accompanied by cabbage (sauerkraut).

Common Dishes Include:

Bryndzové halušky – potato dumplings with sheep cheese and roasted bacon

Zemiakové placky – potato pancakes with flour and garlic fried in oil

Fried cheese and sheep cheese

Lokše – potato pancake

Soups – chicken noodle soup, sauerkraut soup and bean soup

Parené buchty – steamed dumplings filled with jam, sweetened poppy seeds, cheese or chocolate

Šišky – fried dumplings with marmalade and sugar

15 people
2 Nights


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