The restaurants of Bratislava is the excellent opportunity to have nourishing dinner or just to have a snack after long and fascinating excursions. In Bratislava there are a lot of both restaurants, and small cozy cafes where it is possible to chat simply behind a cup of coffee or to take pleasure in a glass of wine. Slovak kitchen is very rich, here are combined, supplementing each other, kitchens of different people, including Austrian, Hungarian and Bohemian.
Besides you will find the Chinese restaurants in the capital of Slovakia: Shanghai, The bamboo garden, The panda, The lotus, The hysteria-pub, can try the Arabian kitchen in The Panorama, Italian in Alvares and Sir Wine, to feel the Indian atmosphere in Magaradzhe. And at the French restaurant Three musketeers they will suggest you to be photographed in a real hat with a feather and will carefully tie a clout not to be soiled during a meal. The only thing that you will not find is a Russian restaurant.
One more institution which draws attention of tourists, is a restaurant with a rotating floor placed highly above the city in a television tower, from which in good weather all city is perfectly seen.
Bratislava is famous for the magnificent wine with which the flush of the capital in the 13th and next centuries is connected. Now you will be suggested to enjoy the best wine in many restaurants and cellars. The only thing that can seem strange is a habit of Slovaks to dilute wine with mineral water - or ½. It is done because at first wine causes thirst and it seems weak.
To try the present Slovak kitchen, to admire waiters and waitresses in national suits is possible at restaurants Smihovsky yard and Preshporskaya Curia. At some restaurants of national kitchen the dishes are prepared at presence of the customer accompanied by the sounds of alive music.
As to the tips, it completely depends on the client because the tips are usually incorporated already in the price.
Slovakia together with Bratislava were characterized by confectionery products long ago. So the former Mecca of gingerbread business there was Bratislava where in 1619 the first shop of gingerbread-makers has been based. Nowadays in the capital there is a set of cafes where even the choosiest gourmet will find to his taste any delicacy.